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10/26/20 11:49pm
For Penn-affiliated politics aficionados, President Donald Trump and the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbate America's sordid history of voter disenfranchisement.
10/26/20 11:19pm
The survey, which ran from Oct. 12 to Oct. 20, garnered 582 responses from the Class of 2021 through the Class of 2024.
10/26/20 11:11pm
The DP analytics team analyzed more than 5,600 campaign donations by faculty members made between January 2019 and August 2020.
10/26/20 10:59pm
Around Philadelphia, Penn students have expressed so much interest in working at the polls that the commonwealth has had to turn some volunteers away.
10/26/20 10:58pm
We summarize everything you need to know.
10/26/20 10:57pm
Your vote is a key part of the county's democracy. It can help shape policy and government to reflect America’s diverse population.
10/26/20 10:33pm
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, a bystander-filmed video showed that Wallace Jr. was armed with a knife and appeared further than arm's length away from the officers when they opened fire.
10/25/20 11:50pm
The Oct. 19 event, titled "Ethics in Sustainability," is the second of six events in the “Ethics at Wharton: Exploring the Intersection of Ethics Across Industries” speaker series.
10/25/20 11:46pm
The Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights Sites will be led by Faculty Director Randall Mason, a professor in the graduate program in Historic Preservation at Penn.
10/25/20 10:26pm
The bill would apply to about 94,000 students among the 14 state-owned universities — which will soon be consolidated into 10 — in Pennsylvania
10/25/20 10:24pm
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro responded that photographing or videotaping a citizen privately casting their vote could be illegal voter intimidation.
10/25/20 10:23pm
Emanuel, who is also healthcare advisor to former Vice Presidnt Joe Biden, said he believes that conditions are likely to improve only by November 2021. It could, however, be feasible to reopen colleges and universities before then depending on how a potential vaccine is rolled out.
10/24/20 6:45pm
Researchers at Penn Med find that the media underreports shootings of Black victims and overreports shootings of female victims.
10/24/20 6:44pm
Miller has been the editor of Almanac, Penn's weekly journal of record, opinion, and news for University faculty and staff, since 2000.
10/24/20 6:43pm
The virtual event, titled “Transforming Energy and Economic Systems in the Latin American Green New Deal," took place on Oct. 8. 
10/23/20 9:42pm
Many Penn students and West Philadelphia residents said they were not only pleasantly surprised by the free giveaways and promotions but also at the quality of produce and general aesthetic of the store. 
10/23/20 8:52pm
Throughout October, Pennsylvania has seen a fairly steady rise in the number of COVID cases reported each day. 
10/23/20 8:51pm
Both Biden and Trump have made a number of visits to Pennsylvania in recent weeks in an effort to secure the commonwealth’s 20 electoral votes.
10/23/20 1:10am
Although it may be the end of October, the weather is still perfect for working outside. Grab a sweater, a laptop, and head to these on-campus locations to bring your virtual classes into the real world, while practicing social-distancing guidelines.
10/23/20 12:41am
The supermarket, which will replace The Fresh Grocer after its closure in March, features a variety of take-out stations including sushi and poke bowl, Asian hot eats, focaccia pizza, and BBQ. The store will operate daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.