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Penn Relays 2023 live coverage: Day Three

(04/29/23 4:05pm)

After a packed first two days of the 127th running of Penn Relays, the stage is set at Franklin Field for a final day that is sure to excite. WIth plenty of championships in a wide variety of events, plus several highly-anticipated Olympic Development events, there’s going to be a lot of action throughout today. A slight drizzle is still falling from yesterday, but that isn’t deterring the athletes or the spectators gathered here. 

DP Sports' 2022-23 End of the Year Awards

(04/27/23 7:09am)

The 2022-23 sports season has been filled with multiple Ivy League title clinches, NCAA tournament appearances, draft selections, professional contract signings, and more broken records than one can count. Talent stemming from newcomers to soon-to-be-graduates propelled Penn Athletics to a monumental year packed with unforgettable scenes. The Daily Pennsylvanian’s Sports Department brainstormed a list of the top athletes, coaches, teams, and moments across the fall, winter, and spring seasons and collectively decided on who shined the brightest. Here are the DP's End of the Year Awards from Sports:

106 Penn Faculty and AAUP-Penn | Letter in support of the RA unionization campaign

(04/02/23 10:06pm)

Penn's Resident Advisors and Graduate Resident Advisors are exercising their legal right to organize a union, a right that has been affirmed by the National Labor Relations Board.  Impressively, a supermajority has signed a petition expressing their desire to unionize.  As Penn faculty, we are committed to the well-being of our students and the university of which we are all a part.  We affirm that unions have a legitimate place in our university, and we affirm that these student workers have the right to organize in an environment free of intimidation.

Editorial | Penn, respect the rights of student workers

(03/23/23 4:13am)

A supermajority of undergraduate and graduate resident advisors filed to unionize on March 14. The move from the group of RAs, collectively called the United RAs at Penn, comes after months of organizing and a wave of unionization efforts that have been sweeping the nation, Philadelphia, and the Penn community in recent years. 

Penn Leads the Vote | The youth vote can decide the election

(11/08/22 3:14pm)

Today, Nov. 8, two extremely close and pivotal elections will be held in Pennsylvania. Polls in the gubernatorial race between Democrat Josh Shapiro and Republican Doug Mastriano show Shapiro leading Mastriano by just 10 points. The Senate race, on the other hand, has Republican Mehmet Oz toe to toe with Democrat John Fetterman, with Fetterman leading by a mere 0.4 points. The gubernatorial and Senate races will be critical in shaping key issues like education policy, abortion rights, and health care policy. 

Penn Dems | We need John Fetterman’s resilience in the U.S. Senate

(11/07/22 9:33am)

On Tuesday, our community will choose their representation in the United States Senate — Democrat and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman or Republican TV personality and medical doctor Mehmet Oz. Only one candidate, however, will best support the ideals of our community and has, for so long, remained committed to the people of Pennsylvania, even through adversity — John Fetterman.

Penn YDSA | Big Tech is not the innovator you think it is

(11/19/22 4:33pm)

Tech salaries in Philadelphia increased faster than in any other city in the United States. In Penn’s yearly career survey for the Class of 2021 graduates, 14% of graduates went into tech, which trailed only financial services and consulting. All of this plus the aggressive pre-professional culture at Penn certainly make careers in tech seem incredibly enticing.