SEPTA launched a strike early Saturday morning, but an executive order signed by President Obama rendered it short-lived.
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Harnwell’s Rooftop Lounge housed a whole lot of words last week.
Penn wants to fund its graduates’ efforts to better the world, thanks to a new initiative created by Penn President Amy Gutmann.
Former Penn cancer researcher Steven Johnson allegedly misused federal research money to fund a for-profit business, according to Thursday’s indictment by the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania has joined the ranks of states recognizing same sex marriage.
Adventurous is one way to describe Zachary Woods. He and his brother Matthew “always like[d] to do the crazy things,” recalled his younger sister Callie Woods.
Jodie Foster and John McCain both think you have a lot of potential.
Even the branch of student government responsible for overseeing elections has to choose leaders within its own ranks. Earlier this month, the Nominations and Elections Committee held internal elections to determine the new executive board. Wharton sophomore Devin Grossman was elected chair. The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with Grossman to discuss his plans for the next year.
After two years, the Student Activities Council moratorium may finally end next semester — at least partially.
Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. , the stars of “Let’s Be Cops” and television comedy “New Girl” , visited Penn last night for a meet and greet with students and an advanced screening at the Rave, followed by an exclusive Q&A session. The film’s writer, Nicholas Thomas, joined them in promoting “Let’s Be Cops,” which will be released in August. The DP selected some of the best questions from the Q&A session.
Students aren’t the only ones who enjoy themselves during Spring Fling. Over the weekend, Penn’s security personnel encountered their fair share of entertaining moments.
Spring Fling’s food, carnival and concert don’t appear out of thin air.
Students aren’t the only ones preparing for Spring Fling this weekend. Faculty and security personnel are getting ready as well — but in different ways.
The Undergraduate Assembly held internal elections on Sunday afternoon to elect its executive board for the upcoming year.
After a particularly eventful election season, College junior Joyce Kim was elected as the new Undergraduate Assembly President. The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Kim about her plans during her tenure.
Postponement seems to be the name of the game for the Undergraduate Assembly this semester.
Indie rock band Ra Ra Riot will be opening for David Guetta at Spring Fling on April 11. The Daily Pennsylvanian had a conversation with bassist Mat Santos about his experience and Ra Ra Riot’s musical evolution.
A name was missing when student government ballots went live last night.
After an unusually long budget season, the Undergraduate Assembly passed the budget for the 2014-15 academic year at its meeting on Sunday night.
This year’s Spring Fling headliner is better than gold — he’s “Titanium.”