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In front of a crowd of nearly 4,000, Trump doubled down on his previous rhetoric relating to immigration, crime, and the economy and attacked President and former Penn professor Joe Biden.
06/19/24 9:14pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with several campus leaders and local experts about the new guidelines — which explicitly ban encampments, among other divisive rulings — and compiled the resulting reactions.
06/18/24 11:39am
The amicus urges the court to reject the arguments for immunity by Trump and claims that “any form of immunity doctrine is both unnecessary to protect the interests of the presidency and ultimately dangerous for U.S. national security.”
06/18/24 10:31am
Penn Washington aims to “enrich the connection between federal and global policy makers and Penn faculty, students, and staff” by establishing connections between three programs. 
06/11/24 11:39pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to several students about their reactions to the outcome of Trump's trial.
06/11/24 9:53pm
Philadelphia City Councilmember Nicolas O’Rourke invited United RAs at Penn to speak to City Council on May 16 about Penn’s union-busting tactics and to advocate for the resolution.
06/11/24 2:10pm
Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker's initial budget proposal excluded funding for the site, but community members, including City Councilmember Jamie Gauthier, advocated for and ultimately secured the funds.
06/10/24 12:01pm
A new study conducted by Penn researchers found that abortion significantly influenced votes during the 2022 elections. 
06/03/24 12:58pm
In the letter, six Congressional committee chairs stated that the investigation would focus on “the use of federal funds at Penn and its learning environment under authorities granted to each Committee" amid concerns over alleged antisemitism on campus. 
05/31/24 3:05pm
Gutmann will step down from her position as the United States ambassador to Germany in mid-July, according to an internal memo sent to her colleagues.
05/30/24 5:44pm
The 34 charges — for falsifying business records — are related to a hush-money payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels during Trump's 2016 campaign for the presidency.
05/30/24 12:15am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with several Jewish students and faculty, including leaders of Penn Hillel, about their reactions to the Gaza Solidarity Encampment and subsequent protests on campus.
05/28/24 1:14pm
The statement discussed the COE’s role in the University's response to the Gaza Solidarity Encampment and the possibility of making changes to the open expression guidelines.
05/18/24 4:03pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a timeline of Friday night’s events, beginning when protesters first entered the building. 
05/16/24 11:31pm
The year featured the 2020 presidential election between two Penn affiliates, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and several admissions-related records.
05/16/24 11:31pm
The 2023-24 academic year was characterized by the increased national spotlight on Penn due to a range of controversies on campus, increased student activism, and strong connections to national politics.
05/16/24 11:30pm
The 2021-2022 academic year included various changes to Penn's policies for the COVID-19 pandemic, administrative changes, and several controversies.
05/16/24 9:03pm
In the hearing, Yakoby called for more decisive action from University administrators in response to alleged antisemitism at Penn, including during the recent Gaza Solidarity Encampment. 
05/11/24 3:14pm
The initial complaint alleges that efforts to investigate the University over alleged antisemitism on campus have threatened professors' academic freedom.
05/10/24 4:27pm
At 1 p.m., the American Association of University Professors held a press conference condemning the arrests of members of the Gaza Solidarity Encampment and the suppression of "nonviolent anti-war protest."