Fearing both quarantine and racism due to the coronavirus, many Penn students are canceling their spring break plans to travel abroad.
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Tonight, the leading Democratic presidential candidates will debate in Las Vegas before the Nevada caucuses. Meanwhile, Penn students debated on Tuesday night to advocate for their favored 2020 presidential candidates.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – They'd been standing for hours in Southern New Hampshire University's fieldhouse, but when Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) walked on stage victorious, the crowd, made up of around 400 of his supporters, cheered with renewed passion.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – "God Bless the USA" blared in an arena of around 12,000 as 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump took the stage the night before the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary.
DOVER, N.H. — Braving sub-zero temperatures, remote rural roads, and strangers behind doors, undergraduate students from Penn for Bernie and Penn for Biden trekked from Philadelphia to New Hampshire to canvass for their candidates.
LEBANON, N.H. – Former Penn Law School professor and Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) hosted a town hall for around 500 people on Sunday night in New Hampshire.
1968 Wharton graduate and President Donald Trump was acquitted after the United States Senate voted to reject both articles of impeachment on Wednesday. Voters are now left to decide the future of his presidency in November.
For the first time since 2016, most Penn students will be on campus during Pennsylvania's primary election in April. Penn Leads the Vote, a non-partisan group, plans to use this opportunity to increase student voter turnout, particularly among demographics and majors that traditionally vote less frequently.
Three months after Perry World House shut down a University-hosted panel due to student protesters, former United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan spoke at Houston Hall without interruption while protesters chanted outside the venue.
Popular University City dance and night club West & Down has been shut down indefinitely due to a zoning and license violation.
The next two weeks will be crucial in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Iowa holds its caucus on Feb. 3 and New Hampshire has its primary on Feb. 1 – the first two votes of the cycle.
Penn graduate student Nico Suárez-Guerrero is the first Quechua Fulbright scholar in the Ivy League and currently the only one in the United States. As a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Suárez-Guerrero is helping create a space on campus for his culture through the Penn Quechua Language Program.
Nearly one hundred mourners gathered in front of Penn’s LOVE statue Wednesday night to honor passengers who perished in a flight shot down by Iranian missiles last week.
United States Sen. and former Penn Law School professor Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) launched the first Pennsylvania office of her 2020 presidential campaign in West Philadelphia's Calder Park neighborhood on Jan. 9.
On Jan. 14, the Democratic presidential candidates participated in the latest debate in Iowa. And in the last debate of 2019, Penn graduate Amna Nawaz made history as one of the debate moderators.
Student leaders called on Penn's administration at a University Council Open Forum Wednesday to respond to climate demands of campus activists to divest from fossil fuels and said administrators have ignored their public efforts and climate proposals over the last few years.
Stand-up comedian and actor Ronny Chieng performed and spoke at Penn Wednesday evening about his experiences as an Asian American in performing arts.
On Tuesday, Penn announced the appointment of the Paideia Program's first two directors. The program focused on wellness, service, and citizenship education was set to begin in fall 2019, but has been pushed to this spring.
Perry World House abruptly ended a scheduled event Wednesday on immigration policy and escorted guests off the stage after one of the speakers, former United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan, was met with dozens of student protesters.
More than 400 Penn students and alumni have signed a petition against former United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Acting Director Thomas Homan, who is scheduled to speak at a Perry World House event on Wednesday.