English Ph.D. student Clare Mullaney was recently awarded the 2016 Irving K. Zola Prize for Emerging Scholars in Disability Studies. At Penn, Mullaney works towards building an intellectual community on campus around disability studies.
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UPDATED: Students respond to Gutmann's announcement that Penn is a 'sanctuary' for undocumented students
Penn will stay a "sanctuary" for undocumented students, President Amy Gutmann announced in a University-wide email on Wednesday morning.
Philadelphia is already a sanctuary city, but given 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, some advocates have asked Penn President Amy Gutmann to make Penn a “sanctuary campus.”
It's a question nurses hear all the time: "Oh, you're just a nurse. Can I see the doctor?"
Graduate students released an open letter on Wednesday echoing their support for students of color in the wake of racist messages sent to black freshmen last week.
For first-generation students, high school mentoring programs are often some of the best ways to build the skills necessary to apply to and succeed in college.
The night before one of the most highly anticipated elections in modern history, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former President Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama addressed 30,000 people in front of Independence Hall.
SEPTA and TWU Local 234 announced a provisional agreement early Monday morning, ending the strike that has greatly affected transportation in Philadelphia for about a week.
The SEPTA strike, now entering its second week, appears more and more likely to continue into Election Day. One super PAC hopes to at least mitigate any potential effect on voter turnout.
Wharton MBA student Benjamin Schüttler, known as Benji, died on Tuesday in Philadelphia due to complications from surgery. Schüttler was 27 years old and from Atlanta, Georgia.
There is voter fraud in the U.S., but will not change the outcome of the election, according to Penn Prof.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been making allegations that the 2016 presidential election is rigged due to large-scale voter fraud in Philadelphia. However, when examining his reasoning, those claims are found to be misleading.
With less than a week until the highly anticipated 2016 presidential election, the Clinton campaign is preparing for an intense effort to get out the vote on Penn’s campus as well as across Pennsylvania.
More than one in three people are expected to cast a ballot early this year, but unless you have an excuse to cast an absentee ballot in Pennsylvania, you cannot vote early in the state.
To one Penn professor, Donald Trump's comments about inappropriately touching women should be a call to men everywhere.
Penn will add a financial reimbursement for bicycle commuters to its employee benefits package in January 2017 after nearly seven years of requests.
Brother Ross Jackson, one of the preachers who has appeared in recent weeks in front of College Hall spreading anti-LGBTQ rhetoric, was arrested Tuesday after elbowing a student at the University of Georgia.
Pennsylvania is a major swing state in the 2016 presidential election and throughout Penn’s campus, numerous advocacy groups have been urging students to switch their registration to the Keystone State.
Chromium-6, a cancer-causing carcinogen, has been found at higher-than-recommended levels in the tap water supplying two-thirds of all Americans, according to a report from the Environmental Working Group. In Philadelphia, the nonprofit research organization found an average of 0.39 parts per billion, much higher than the group recommends.
Philadelphia is the fifth-largest city in the United States with an up-and-coming food scene, various music venues and a diverse array of bars and clubs. While New York City is known as the “city that never sleeps,” Philadelphia magazine recently said “Philly refuses to become a 24-hour city.”
Some candidates speak Spanish at rallies, but they should listen to what Latino voters really want, professor says
Even an election in which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once called Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists,” there is little evidence showing that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is performing any better among Latino voters compared to previous Democratic presidential candidates.