Last week, 68 Nobel Prize winners in the fields of physics, chemistry and medicine — including two affiliated with Penn — became the latest to endorse Barack Obama.
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The countless people asking students if they’ve registered to vote on Locust Walk and on street corners will not be there today. But their efforts have paid off.
The much-debated voter ID law in Pennsylvania will not go into effect for the Nov. 6 elections, exactly five weeks away.
Republican candidate Mitt Romney seems to have put Pennsylvania back on his list of states to fight for this election season.
Two Pennsylvania counties set risky precedents regarding the voter ID law last week, but Philadelphia decided not to follow suit.
Craig Robinson is known to many as the Oregon State basketball coach, to others as First Lady Michelle Obama’s brother, but to those working for the Obama campaign in Philadelphia, he was their guest of honor.
Religious studies professor Anthea Butler has been forced to spend the last few days, while on sabbatical, dealing with a social media controversy over recent Middle East riots.
Pennsylvania voters and lawmakers are awaiting major decisions from the state’s Supreme Court.
Regardless of their views on abortion, many students are shaken by recent statements from Republican politicians regarding rape and incest.
The Student Activities Fair, an annual New Student Orientation tradition hosted by the Student Activities Council, was cancelled Monday due to heavy rain. It is rescheduled for Friday.
Even with Hurricane Isaac now headed away from Florida, Penn students attending the Republican National Convention are still in a whirlwind.
Beer enthusiasts received good news last Wednesday when Pennsylvania State legislators passed a bill allowing beer distributors to extend their hours on Sunday.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community of Philadelphia celebrated a victory Friday when the City Council passed the Equal Benefits Bill — a law giving more rights to same-sex couples.
Presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman’s recent appearance on Saturday Night Live, as well as a new presidential campaign video released last week, indicate that the candidate is making more public appearances in a new campaign strategy for the 2012 election.
Mayor and 1976 Wharton graduate Michael Nutter announced in a press conference this afternoon that 52 people were arrested overnight following a police raid of Center City’s Dilworth Plaza early Wednesday morning.
The latest stand-off in a Congressional stalemate over how to reduce the national deficit has put some of Penn’s finances in a precarious position.
Morris Hamburg, Wharton professor and Penn alumnus, died Nov. 14 of multiple strokes at age 89.
Wharton School freshmen may have just finished their status reports for Management 100 — but for many, the origins of the class remain something of a mystery.
Occupy Philadelphia welcomed some late-night visitors yesterday.
Occupy Philadelphia is intent on staying put in front of City Hall through the winter — meaning that the protest movement is going to have to find a way to combat the falling temperatures.