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Bernie Sanders is not a new face in national politics. In his nearly 30 years in Congress, Sen. Sanders has developed a reputation for advancing social justice, countering economic exploitation by the capitalist class, thrusting single-payer health care to the national stage, liberating oppressed peoples by fighting for open borders, and sounding the alarm on climate change by revolutionizing our economy through the forced mechanisms of government. The overwhelming power of his message to inspire and motivate has not been overlooked, as young people across the nation have embraced Bernie Sanders and his championing of nearly all perceived pressing social issues of our time.
More than 50 students, teachers, and community members protested in the rain against Penn’s tax-exempt status as a nonprofit and called on the University to provide voluntary funds to the city of Philadelphia, which can potentially be put toward local schools.
In a campaign to reverse the effects of a 2013 budget crisis that rid Philadelphia School District of all of it school counselors, 1989 College graduate Juliane Dressner returned to her alma mater to air her feature-length documentary on this national issue — and caught the attention of the Philadelphia City Council.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney recently announced a new gun violence prevention initiative on the heels of a year in which the city saw its highest homicide rate in in more than a decade.
Between new apartment buildings, storefronts, and dormitories, several development projects have transformed the image of University City — sometimes at the expense of the region's historic architecture. One Penn alumna however, is taking a stand for the preservation of the city's historical buildings.
A group of History majors launched a new student-run organization on campus to expand access to the History Department for students regardless of their major.
A recent School of Nursing study found that the majority of nurses across four states believed that patient care at their respective hospitals is inadequate. The research, published in Health Affairs, was a follow-up on an influential 1999 survey on nursing work environments.
This weekend, some of the world’s most eminent economists, ethicists, and philosophers gathered in Huntsman Hall to discuss and challenge their research and worldviews.
Not many courses at Penn have as dramatic an impact as professor Justin McDaniel's "Existential Despair" course.
A recent U.S. News & World Report ranking marked Philadelphia as the 98th best United States city to live, just two spots behind New York and seventh out of all cities in Pennsylvania.