We are nearing the end of a primary process that has galvanized our club and the country as a whole. We’ve seen it play out in debates, in caucuses and primaries, and on social media. In particular, we have loved hearing presentations at our meetings from student groups supporting each candidate.
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I t’s time to talk about weed. And no, we’re not talking about last Friday night at the bio pond. It’s time to talk about the discriminatory, wasteful War on Drugs.
L et u s introduce ourselves: We are the Penn Democrats, the most active political group on campus. Each semester, we host a variety of Democratic speakers, campaign for candidates and hold issue advocacy events — all promoting our beliefs and our political party.
On a crisp Friday morning last December, children filed into schools across America. Like many of us here at Penn, they probably thought that day would be just like any other — a day of preparing for exams and anticipating the holiday break.