Over 1.4 million Pennsylvanians requested mail-in ballots for this year's primary, approximately 13 times more than the count in the 2016 primary.
Penn in Washington typically features a cohort of 25 Penn undergraduate students, who take four credits in specified courses alongside an internship of the student's choice in Washington, D.C.
Penn Quaranteam sells merchandise featuring both Penn-related and quarantine themed designs, ranging from various clothing items to stickers and homeware. All profits will be donated to the Philadelphia COVID-19 Fund.
Rising College junior Cassy Ingersoll and rising College senior Owen Voutsinas-Klose have been named the new co-chairs of Penn for Biden.
Many practicing students of faith have felt a loss of community since federal public health and safety guidelines on limiting gatherings went into place in March.
Until the University announces a decision about fall semester operations, incoming first years across the world remain in limbo about their future plans.u00a0
Although absentee voters now have until June 2 to mail their ballots, some Penn students who applied for a mail-in ballot from out of state may still be unable to vote because of delays in receiving their ballots.
Jeremiah Oteh, a 2020 Penn Law graduate, created Penn Law Perspectives in April, and has since hosted five guests who discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the life of Penn Law students.
Inspired by their Middle Eastern backgrounds, rising College sophomore Laila Shadid and rising College junior Zeynep Karadeniz decided to create the journal, called Fenjan.
Elections offices must receive ballots by 5 p.m. EDT on June 9, one week after the original deadline. Ballots must still be postmarked by June 2.
Coronavirus has skewed students’ plans to take required standardized tests such as the LSAT and MCAT for law and medical schools, respectively, this spring.
Take a look back at the Class of 2020’s journey at Penn from 2016 to 2020.
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe, students were forced to cut their spring semester on campus short and transition to online learning.
The Class of 2020's junior year at Penn saw a record-breaking turnout at the 2018 midterm elections and the emergence of an admissions scandal that took the nation by storm in spring 2019.
From the Eagles' first-ever Super Bowl victory, to a contentious Amy Wax op-ed, the Class of 2020's sophomore year was defined by controversy and celebration.
From Donald Trump's win at the 2016 presidential elections to racially explicit texts targeting Penn students of color, the Class of 2020's first year at Penn saw great shock, tension, and resilience within the Penn community.
On March 20, the Fulbright program was suspended for all American citizens participating in the U.S. Fulbright Program.
Philadelphia County is currently under a stay-at-home order but the restriction is expected to be lifted on June 5, when the county will move into the yellow phase of reopening.
The University's four outlined scenarios have drawn mixed reactions from students, as some believe any form of on-campus instruction is too great a risk, while others wish Penn would have provided more specifics.
College campuses are emptier than ever as summer courses have moved online, programs have been canceled, and visitors from around the world stay at home. This is what Ivy League campuses look like as summer begins during the coronavirus pandemic.