Several American universities are allegedly involved in purchasing large tracts of land in Africa, which could lead to the eviction of thousands of local farmers.
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In 18 days, I will not be sad to leave Penn behind.
Bracketology — it’s a serious business. But did you know it’s also hurting America and providing comfort to our enemies?
Last month, Americans finally got their first look at the types of programs Republicans in the House of Representatives are looking to cut.
It’s been 170 years since the last and only Penn student became President of the United States.
Readers, I have a confession to make. I didn’t vote for Philadelphia City Controller in 2009.
Every year, January marks a number of important events: the beginning of the new year, the launch of the NFL playoffs and the start of Mailorder Gardening Month.
President Barack Obama has accomplished a number of his domestic initiatives over the past two years, but one major aspect of his foreign policy agenda still languishes in the Senate.
The Board of Commissioners of Lower Merion, a suburb of Philadelphia, voted unanimously Wednesday night to approve an ordinance to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals from discrimination.
While the debate over lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights continues at the national level, one Penn student is pushing for LBGT equality locally.
The Penn Caucus — a group designed to educate members of the Pennsylvania state legislature about the value of Penn — advocates for University funding on the floor of the general assembly.
The new influx of freshmen Republican Congressmen in Washington, D.C. has raised an old issue largely relegated to the political back-burner since the mid-1990s: congressional term limits.
Following a historically poor performance by Democrats across the country and in Pennsylvania, College sophomores Isabel Friedman and Jake Shuster will take charge of the Penn Democrats, hoping to hold students’ interest in an election year without a glamorous national race.
After two years of unlucky breaks with on-campus living you’ve finally decided to move off campus. Now it’s time to face your biggest challenge –– convincing your parents it’s both affordable and safe.
A bill introduced in the U.S Senate and House of Representatives last Thursday would require universities that receive federal funding to prohibit harassment based on a student’s sexual orientation, among other factors.
Penn alumnus Joe Torsella, an active figure in Pennsylvania government and politics, was named to a position in President Barack Obama’s administration on Monday.
As in past election cycles, Democratic candidates won a majority of the Jewish vote in the midterm elections, but the complete story of the Jewish vote is far more complex.
For Penn, millions of dollars are potentially at risk with the change in political power in Harrisburg, Pa., and Washington, D.C., next year.
While Republicans scored a number of big wins across the country last week, netting one of the largest seat gains in Congress in half a century, Tea Party-backed candidates for Senate produced a far more mixed record.
The midterm elections were a major success for the national Republican Party, but the full results from last Tuesday also reveal an additional Republican victory that will impact Pennsylvania for the next decade.