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In this divisive political climate, students about to intern with the federal government share their concerns
Students interning in the federal government this summer have mixed feelings about the current political climate. Some say they’re uneasy about working under the Trump administration, while others are relatively unaffected by the presidential transition.
World-traveling monk visits Penn's Bhakti Yoga club to share teachings, tells students to rethink success
Penn students’ idea of success was challenged late Wednesday night in Houston Hall.
Yet another Penn graduate will be working in the White House with the announcement of Ivanka Trump's appointment to the position of assistant to the president.
Hannah Brencher writes love letters to strangers.
Following the 2016 presidential election, some students and faculty have become more involved in political activism through marches and protests. But one Penn graduate and faculty member is taking a different route — she’s running for public office.
The parents of Fatima Larios, a student at Chadron State College in Nebraska who died by suicide in 2015, are suing her school for negligence, CNN reported.