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On a wet Sunday afternoon, presidential hopeful Ron Paul addressed a large crowd of supporters in Independence Mall in Philadelphia.
The newly passed voter ID law has drawn challenges from lawmakers and activist organizations.
Former presidential hopeful Rick Santorum’s withdrawal from the race does not come as a surprise to many in the Penn community.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum officially dropped out of the Republican presidential race yesterday, effectively guaranteeing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney the Republican nomination.
Wharton junior Maddie Fait had a megaphone in one hand, and freshly-made picket signs in the other. She was ready to go.
Members of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement protested the Jewish National Fund’s award to Chairman of the Board of Trustees David Cohen yesterday.
On July 4, Philadelphia will see not one, but two conventions to address grievances with the government.
The date at the top right corner of the PennCard will make a big difference during the November elections this year.
If the Federal Bureau of Investigation knocks on your door to ask you questions, you don’t have to answer.
Governor Tom Corbett signed the voter identification bill into law on March 14. The bill passed the Pennsylvania House of Representatives earlier yesterday by a margin of 104-88.
The recent controversy surrounding women, religion and contraception has made its way into the discourse at Penn.
The voter identification bill that passed in the Pennsylvania Senate last week is drawing heated debate among policy makers and voters.
The Muslim Students Association is looking to spread awareness and garner support for Penn’s Muslim community.
College freshman Jesus Fuentes walked to the middle of the semicircle on College Green clutching a manila folder.
In a public demonstration outside of College Hall, students will raise awareness on the New York Police Department’s surveillance of the Muslim Students Association.
Penn’s Muslim Student Association is pushing the University to take a stronger stance in light of recent findings on the New York Police Department.
On Sunday, the Undergraduate Assembly passed a resolution urging the University to reevaluate its relationship with longtime partner PNC Bank.
A report revealing that the New York Police Department secretly monitored Muslim students at Northeast colleges has raised questions of constitutionality and civil liberties.
To the surprise of many in the General Assembly, Nate Kleinman shaved all of his facial hair. “It means I’m running for Congress,” he declared.