Getting involved in one of the six branches of Penn Student Government can be daunting, especially during New Student Orientation, when it seems like every other person you meet was the president of their high school class.
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Days before graduation, students continue to debate the choice of Cory Booker as commencement speaker
Penn’s choice for its 2017 commencement speaker has ignited a debate on campus around ideological diversity.
The terrorist attack in Sweden hit close to home for students studying abroad or with family in the country
For some Penn students, Friday’s attack in Stockholm, Sweden hit too close for comfort.
Penn Democrats has not historically kept a close relationship with the Pennsylvania College Democrats, a statewide body with 45 chapters. But this weekend, the two groups came together to make Penn's predominantly liberal campus even bluer.
Six freshmen students at Yale have founded a Latino Men’s Union with aims of "further unifying Yale's Latinx community" , the Yale Daily News reported Monday.
Although The Mask and Wig Club has performed its show “No Place Like Rome” almost every weekend this semester, one audience member made the show on Friday, March 24, especially memorable — Penn President Amy Gutmann.
On Tuesday, March 21, a majority Democratic district in North Philadelphia will likely elect a Republican state representative. And Penn Democrats are doing little to intervene.
Between Space Jam-themed parties and the resurgent choker trend, it’s clear that the ‘90s are still all that for Penn students. But with their announcement Sunday night, the Social Planning and Events Committee has taken Penn’s ‘90s obsession one step further.
Biden speaks at Penn for the first time after being appointed a professor, calls for progress on cancer research
Former Vice President Joe Biden came to campus for the first time since the announcement of his new role as a Penn professor on Tuesday afternoon.
Traditionally, the two oldest comedy groups on Penn’s campus take drastically different approaches to politics.
Here's how a Korean student and an activist group are responding to North Korea's recent missile test
Last Sunday, North Korea said it successfully launched an intermediate range ballistic missile. Though seemingly distant, for some on Penn’s campus the missile test strikes close to home.
When Uber CEO Travis Kalanick joined President Donald Trump’s economic advisory council, he faced criticism from many of his Silicon Valley employees.
For many members of Penn Democrats, the loss of Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty and the election of 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump was a dismal blow.
After protests, controversy and an 86-year history commemorating a slavery-defending alumnus, Yale University’s Calhoun College will be renamed in honor of Grace Murray Hopper, the Yale Daily News reported.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the former mayor of Baltimore, excoriated President Donald Trump during a visit to Penn Tuesday.
Given how opposed Penn students were to his candidacy in November, you wouldn’t expect President Donald Trump to be that popular on campus.
In response to President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, Harvard medical students have petitioned to move a Dana-Farber Cancer Institute fundraiser from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, The Crimson reported.
Trump nominated a justice for the Supreme Court — here's what a Penn constitutional law prof. has to say
On Tuesday night, 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump made what will likely be one of the most enduring decisions of his nascent presidency: he nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Amid a political culture focused on racialized police brutality, the election of the self-proclaimed “law and order” candidate, and the recent Academy Award nomination of "13th" — an Ava DuVernay documentary about mass incarceration — the work of one Penn professor is now more relevant than ever before.
On Thursday, 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump will attend the Republican Congressional Retreat, along with Vice President Mike Pence and British Prime Minister Theresa May, 6abc reported.