Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) headlined a rally in Philadelphia on Sunday to encourage voters to elect Democrats to all levels of government during the midterms.
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With Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D-Pa.) term ending this year, Pennsylvanians will either elect Democrat Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro or Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano as the state’s 48th governor.
The U.S. Senate currently sits at a 50-50 split, with Vice President Kamala Harris acting as the tiebreaker vote, so the results from any state could shift the balance of power for the next two years.
Today, Nov. 8, are the 2022 midterm elections. Before you head to the polls today, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing polling locations at Penn and a brief run-down on all the candidates for students registered to vote on campus.
Penn Carey Law professor co-leads report on Guantánamo Bay closure, prompting Congressional meetings
Researchers, led in part by a Penn professor, published a legal blueprint to close the Guantánamo Bay prison in Cuba.
Penn students recently started their own chapter of Students for Shapiro in anticipation of November's midterm elections.
Meet Ken Burns, the award-winning documentary filmmaker who will deliver Penn’s 2022 Commencement speech on May 16.
On April 24, Fossil Free Penn ended its six-day-long encampment on College Green, which was held to call on the University to divest and support climate justice organizations on Penn’s campus and beyond.
Approximately 150 members of the Penn community gathered at a campus-wide walkout and rally outside of the School of Social Policy & Practice building today to stand in solidarity with Mackenzie Fierceton and other first-generation, low-income students and survivors of abuse.
College and Wharton junior Carson Sheumaker and College sophomore Alex Eapen will serve as the next president and vice president of the Undergraduate Assembly.
The School District of Philadelphia has announced a plan to improve aging Philadelphia School District buildings.
Pod — a University City restaurant popular for its Pan-Asian cuisine and futuristic atmosphere — has reopened with a new name and a new menu.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Cheryl Bettigole said in a briefing last Wednesday that the city is months away from lifting the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Housing applications for the 2022-23 academic year opened last week and will be due on Feb. 8 at 5 p.m.
The Philadelphia School District announced it will end its contract with its substitute teacher provider after experiencing a shortage of workers.
Florencia Greer Polite, chief of the Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology at Penn's Perelman School of Medicine, was named a fellow for the 2022 Carol Emmott Fellowship Class by the Carol Emmott Foundation.
The City of Philadelphia will pay $2.5 million to the family of Walter Wallace Jr. to settle a wrongful death lawsuit after he was killed by Philadelphia police last year.
The Philadelphia City Council passed legislation that will ban police vehicle stops for low-level traffic infractions, which disproportionately target Black drivers.
According to research conducted by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine, Black women have a three-fold increased risk of triple-negative breast cancers.