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A simple majority of votes in favor of unionizing will allow the vote to pass and continue a trend among peer universities.
09/25/23 9:15pm
Penn placed second to last for the second year in a row.
09/25/23 2:09am
Irvine Auditorium's stage was filled with demonstrations of Palestinian culture — from speeches, to dance numbers, to spoken word poetry — from Sept. 22 to Sept. 24. 
09/22/23 1:01pm
Magill's letter details several actions that Penn is taking, which include initiating a review of the process that external groups use to reserve Penn's space and host events on campus.
09/22/23 12:01am
The disparate responses — combined with the impact of external Jewish activist groups across the country — represent only some of the Jewish communities who have weighed in on the controversy. 
09/21/23 11:50pm
Several Arabic courses, including ARAB 0100: "Elementary Arabic I" and ARAB 0300: "Intermediate Arabic III," had previously required that students attend.
09/19/23 10:54pm
Literature and humanities professors called on Penn President Liz Magill to immediately amend administrators' statement on the festival. 
09/19/23 10:51pm
On Nov. 7, registered voters will elect various state judicial candidates as well as a new mayor of Philadelphia and City Council members. 
09/18/23 10:41pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with various political clubs at Penn to talk about their plans and objectives for the fall 2023 semester. 
09/13/23 9:10pm
Over 30 students and community members gathered in the forum of the Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics to attend the event.
09/12/23 10:30pm
University of Chicago professor William Buade and University of St. Thomas professor Michael Paulsen studied Trump's eligibility to run for president for more than a year, according to The New York Times. 
09/12/23 9:02pm
Stedman, who was in the Capitol for over 40 minutes, was part of the “disorderly mob” that violated police lines, entered the Crypt, and entered the chambers and offices of then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to a press release published by the District of Columbia Department of Justice. 
09/11/23 10:53pm
Penn Muslim Student Association, the Penn Arab Student Society, Penn Middle East Center, and other student and faculty volunteers are assisting in the efforts.
09/11/23 8:09pm
Weisberg has worked in various capacities at PWH since 2020, including serving as a Senior Faculty Fellow, Global Climate Policy Lead, and Director of Post-Graduate Programs. 
09/10/23 9:34pm
Penn Carey Law professor Seth Kreimer is defending the Idaho coalition that is challenging the No Public Funds for Abortion Act.
09/10/23 9:33pm
The events followed the release of the annual publication on Aug. 28, which criticized Penn’s relationship with and treatment of its students, staff, and the surrounding Philadelphia community.
09/06/23 10:48pm
Jared Taylor’s scheduled return to Amy Wax’s seminar comes as Penn remains silent on whether it will sanction Wax.
09/06/23 9:49pm
The letter was addressed to President Liz Magill, Provost John L. Jackson, Jr., and College Houses and Academic Services Senior Director for Housing Operations Lulu Kaliher.
09/05/23 9:52pm
The riot was incited by 1968 Wharton graduate and former president Donald Trump, who was recently indicted on charges for his role to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
08/30/23 9:52pm
In the memorandum, Williams voiced his concern that allowing legacy admissions at Pennsylvania universities would violate the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding affirmative action.