While much of campus watched Donald Trump's Election Day victory with shock and concern, the news put a group nearby in a celebratory mood.
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1968 Wharton graduate and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is well-known for his social media presence. He's also known for frequently referencing his alma mater on the campaign trail.
On Nov. 8, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will make history as a new kind of American president.
On Nov. 8, we will know who the next president of the United States will be. Throughout this roller-coaster of an election, Republican nominee Donald Trump has emphasized how different he is from his opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The Daily Pennsylvanian decided to investigate. Here’s a list of all of the “firsts” Donald Trump would accomplish if he is elected.
The man whose father’s name adorns one of Penn’s most prominent buildings is none too pleased with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s recent remarks about women.
President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj of Mongolia gave a public lecture at Penn on Friday as part of a day-long visit to Philadelphia. The event was organized by the American Center for Mongolian Studies, whose United States operations are housed at Penn’s Center for East Asian Studies, in conjunction with the Perry World House.
The morning after Hillary Clinton secured the Democratic nomination for president, her Republican opponent and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump finally revealed his thoughts on an issue now at the forefront of the Democratic platform — the cost of college.
When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president last summer, many believed the action would go down in history as a classic case of narcissistic political folly. Yet, a year later, Trump has officially become the Republican presidential nominee despite having no prior political experience.
It happened — Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for President of the United States.
Donald Trump’s daughter Tiffany made a rare public appearance at the Republican National Convention Tuesday night, just hours after her father won the party’s nomination for president.
There may be some hope left for former congressman and 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate Chaka Fattah, who was convicted last month of 23 charges including bribery, racketeering and fraud.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump issued a harsh assessment of the FBI after the agency recommended against criminally charging Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for using a private email server as Secretary of State.
When Philadelphia-born Grace Kelly married into European royalty in 1956, it was a crowning moment for a family whose legacy had been intertwined with Penn before she was even born.
Twenty-five Philadelphia students will be among the thousands of journalists expected to cover the Democratic National Convention this July.
When law enforcement arrested raw food restauranteur and 1994 College and Wharton graduate Sarma Melngailis, it was under the most ignominious of circumstances. The fugitive vegan, who disappeared after embezzling millions from her own business, had been caught because her accomplice had ordered a cheese pizza.
Following the passage of anti-LGBT legislation last month in Mississippi and North Carolina, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said city employees would be banned from traveling to those states on official business until the laws are repealed.
For many Penn students, 1920 Commons evokes memories of long lines for pasta or expensive healthy snacks at Gourmet Grocer. Now, this campus hotspot has become a lot more enticing. The highly anticipated launch of Amazon@Penn, an on-campus delivery and shipping center for the online retailer, brings new purpose to the centrally located dining hall building.
UPDATE: Following the publication of this article, the Division of Public Safety clarified that while it has corresponded with Professor Anthea Butler about threats, it has not formally investigated these threats or put her under any type of special protection. The beginning of this article has been changed to clarify this information.
Dale Jamieson’s books have taken on climate change deniers and philosophical critics of structuralism, but he is no match for the classroom audio-visual technology of Wharton Computing.
Despite his tough stance on ISIS and his promises of strong military action, some view Republican presidential candidate and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump as an arbiter of peace. On Tuesday, he was anonymously nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.