Faculty, students, and staff across the University are hosting over 30 events for Penn’s Climate Week programming from Sept. 18 to 22.
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Penn’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors requested a policy of neutrality and removal of anti-union messaging from University administrators in a June 8 letter.
Ahead of the Philadelphia mayoral primary election on May 16, The Daily Pennsylvanian assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing polling locations at Penn, features of the mayoral candidates, and a brief run-down of the other candidates for students registered to vote on campus.
David Oh, the only Republican primary candidate and presumptive Republican mayoral nominee, previously served as a member of the Philadelphia City Council from the city's at-large district.
Warren Bloom, who describes himself as a volunteer, ministerial leader, entrepreneur, and advocate, is running for mayor to strengthen the public school system, fight for labor unions and women's health rights, and increase public safety, according to his campaign website. His mayoral bid follows at least six previously unsuccessful campaigns for public office in Philadelphia.
Amen Brown, who represents District 10 in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, is committed to reducing gun violence, bolstering economic growth, mitigating housing displacement, and improving Philadelphia's quality of life, according to his campaign website.
Jeff Brown, the founder and former chair of a 12-store supermarket chain trading under ShopRate and The Fresh Grocer brands, is running for mayor to address poverty, strengthen public education and economic opportunity, and reduce crime, according to his campaign website.
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Penn’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy and the Vagelos Institute for Energy Science and Technology hosted their third annual Energy Week from March 20-24, consisting of 24 events across seven of Penn’s 12 schools.
The Penn community saw an influx in student activism on campus this year, and — as a result — administrative response to on-campus protests.
Penn Reproductive Justice, a student organization founded by three undergraduate students in June 2022, has been increasing its presence on campus over the last several months.
1979 Wharton graduate and former Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter announced on Jan. 17 that he will not be pursuing another bid for mayor in the future.
An additional six pages of classified documents were found in President Biden’s possession at his Delaware home, according to the White House.
Students in Penn Band who participated in Fossil Free Penn Homecoming weekend protests have since been suspended from participation in the band until January 2024.
In 2022, Penn’s campus saw protests about the University's impact on the environment and the surrounding community and the new administration’s response to climate demands from students and faculty.
Three activist groups on campus co-hosted a rally on Wednesday before the University Council meeting and Open Forum that afternoon to protest Penn's alleged mistreatment of student activists.
Following the November midterm elections, Penn Leads the Vote is now looking ahead to the Georgia runoff election in December.
A total of 2,239 campus residents cast their ballots at polling locations in Houston Hall and the ARCH building on Election Day. Pennsylvania voters decided the results of closely watched races for governor and senator in the state's midterm elections — both of which the Democratic candidates are projected to win.
Students involved with Fossil Free Penn who recently stormed Franklin Field during the Homecoming football game have faced threats of suspension from student groups for their participation in the protest.
Ahead of the November midterm elections, Penn student groups representing historically marginalized communities are pursuing efforts to encourage voter turnout and increase access to resources on Election Day.