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In a hot, crowded Harrison Auditorium at the Penn Museum on Friday, Sept. 9, former Penn professor and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) minced no words when it came to Donald Trump, the 1968 Wharton graduate who heads the Republican presidential ticket.
Playing to a nearly full lecture room in Huntsman Hall, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards addressed millennial voters in another attempt by the Clinton campaign to reach out to the youth at the University.
In a presidential election stop on Friday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lamented the current conditions of Philadelphia and promised to bring about change in the city that houses his alumni, the University of Pennsylvania.
Some graduate students at Penn say they will not be unionizing anytime soon, despite their newly christened legal right to do so.
University of Chicago students, be warned: your feelings do not override the free disbursement of knowledge at the University of Chicago. Or at least, that’s what one administrator announced last week.
Evan McMullin knows his presidential bid is a longshot by conventional standards, but that hasn’t stopped the former CIA operative and 2011 Wharton MBA graduate from pressing his way into the electoral foray.
Playing to a boisterous crowd, former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took the stage on Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 16, at West Philadelphia High School with a few words of praise for the younger members of the electorate:
In his moonshot try for the White House, potential independent presidential candidate and 2011 Wharton MBA graduate Evan McMullin must navigate a treacherously narrow electoral path.
Another Wharton graduate has entered the 2016 presidential race.