Now that the presidential election is over, Penn Democrats must shift its focus. It seems fitting then, that the club elected a new president: College sophomore and mathematical economics major Rachel Pomerantz.
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Yale's new Committee to Establish Principles for Renaming released its first report on Friday, containing guidelines on how and when to rename buildings on Yale's campus. The committee formed in light of students' dissatisfaction towards Yale preserving the name of their Calhoun College building last spring.
New York Daily News journalist Shaun King attempted to explain the outcome of the presidential election to a full Harrison Auditorium on Nov. 17. King was the keynote speaker of the United Minority Council’s Unity Month.
On Thursday, Poynter published an open letter from The International Fact-Checking Network to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The letter reprimanded the prevalence of false news on Facebook.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post spoke about her skepticism toward political parties and the importance of media literacy at the Kelly Writers House on Thursday.
Ten universities worth of College Democrats gathered at Penn over the weekend for Dem Con — two days of social events, canvassing, phone banking, speakers and panels sponsored by the Penn Democrats, launching a final push for votes three weeks before election day.
1. Call home! You probably haven’t done that in a while, and now you have even less of an excuse than you ordinarily would.
This July at Penn’s Landing, College seniors Andrea Guerrero and Juan Cabrera realized several things: they had both been in college for three years, they were both Ecuadorian and they had never met.