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11/07/18 4:04am
Through their interscholastic and award-winning magazine InLight, Max and Sam Strickberger aim to expand their goal of breaking down social injustice to Penn and Philadelphia.  
11/07/18 3:45am
One of the key organizers for the anti-gun violence protest in Washington D.C. is now a College freshman, and he's looking to continue the fight at Penn.  
11/07/18 2:20am
Rep. Dwight Evans (D-Pa.) was re-elected to the House, still serving as the representative for Penn's campus.
11/07/18 1:35am
The current U.S. ambassador to Russia and a former Governor of Utah, Huntsman Jr. received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Penn in 1987.
11/07/18 1:00am
The $40 million in funding will help Handshake expand into the European market.
11/06/18 2:36pm
When the polls closed, 864 votes had been cast in Houston Hall and 589 in ARCH. Poll workers said this was the highest turnout for the midterm elections that they had seen in years. 
11/06/18 6:38am
A large task force will be put in place in order to protect against voting fraud and monitor polling locations in Philadelphia on Election Day.
11/06/18 6:31am
The project found that contrary to popular belief, most students spent their summers outside of the coveted fields like technology and finance, engaging in other types of activity.
11/06/18 6:25am
The conversation revolved around the ways in which the panelists were coping with a spate of recent tragedies occurring across the United States.  
11/06/18 3:52am
A handful of Penn professors are taking steps to encourage students to head to the polls.
11/06/18 3:00am
Harvard, Columbia, Princeton, and Yale universities all outranked Penn on the list. 
11/06/18 1:14am
The first four-day course will take place in March 2019 and will cost participants $6,500.
11/05/18 2:00pm
This is the first time undergraduate students will have access to mental health care directly within their school, but there are currently no plans to station a clinician in any other undergraduate school, CAPS Deputy Executive Director Meeta Kumar said.
11/05/18 4:14am
The Assembly of International Students aimed to showcase an array of foods that represent different cultural organizations through the event.
11/05/18 4:12am
For the second year in a row, the DP has won the Pacemaker, a highly prestigious award that is commonly referred to as the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism. 
11/05/18 3:54am
The panel was the keynote presentation of a two-day conference on cyber interference, dark money, and foreign influence. 
11/05/18 3:45am
Peter Struck, the chair of the classical studies department, is teaching a course on ancient epic poetry. An identical course will also be taught at the Yale-NUS college in Singapore.
11/05/18 3:14am
The panel, entitled “Murder of Jews in Pittsburgh: Reactions of Heart and Head,” was one of several events hosted on campus in response to the shooting, in addition to a vigil led by Penn Hillel on Monday.
11/05/18 3:13am
During the 2014 midterms, Penn had a turnout rate of 19.8 percent but recent work by Penn Leads the Vote has utilized student leaders to inspire peers to turn out for Tuesday's midterms.
11/05/18 2:52am
The New York Times reports that the Saudi government used a McKinsey report to identify potential dissenters.