The Pennsylvania gubernatorial election is shaping up to be one of the most important local elections of 2014, and a new student-led organization has been trying to place Penn’s campus at the center of it.
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While not everyone knows that Oct. 6 marks the last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania, Penn’s political community is gearing up to let you know about it — and make sure that you’re registered.
Marijuana is one step away from being decriminalized in Philadelphia.
Penn’s influence in the Capitol Building may soon be as notable as it is on Wall Street.
As the Pennsylvania state Senate is set to reconvene on Sept. 15, a hotly contested national issue sits near the top of its agenda: medical marijuana.
As students return to campus looking to get involved with extracurriculars, Penn Democrats, one of the most active political organizations on campus, has a prominent recruiting tool: Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter .
While gridlock in Washington continues to cripple countless legislative efforts from across the political spectrum, Penn’s legislative agenda has been left to suffer.
The 2016 presidential election remains distant for most people, but for Philadelphians, a key election decision is just around the corner: whether or not Philadelphia will host the Democratic National Convention.
Academic and professional interests are back in focus for students now that Spring Fling has come and gone.
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With midterms out of the way for many students, the Kelly Writers House offered them a chance last night to investigate a more interesting subject: Yeezy.
A group of about 20 gathered outside Penn President Amy Gutmann’s house last night for a candlelight vigil — organized by the Student Labor Action Project — in memory of the thousands of garment workers who died in Bangladesh last April in the collapse of the Rana Plaza textile factory.