Over 100 Pennsylvanians voted at Penn polling locations during this year's primary election on May 17.
While the COVID-19 pandemic served as a major interruption to their four years at the University, the Class of 2022's Penn experience was bookended by major on-campus, in-person community events and celebrations.
Relive the Class of 2022's junior year at Penn, which featured two fully virtual semesters as well as celebrations following Joe Biden's the election as president.
Relive the Class of 2022's sophomore year at Penn, which was marked by the COVID-19 pandemic turning the world upside down.
Relive the Class of 2022's first year at Penn, which was found the University near the center of the nation-wide admissions scandal as well as brought major changes to housing policies.
Students and other members of the Penn community marched down Locust Walk chanting "Not the church, not the state, women must decide their fate!" and "They say no-choice; we say pro-choice!"
In preparation for the upcoming election, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing how to vote, in person or by mail, and a brief run-down on all the candidates for students registered to vote on campus.
The waivers will help millions of borrowers move toward loan forgiveness.
Williamson, a nationally acclaimed author of 13 books, is also a progressive political activist and founder of several nonprofit organizations.
Penn political groups are ensuring students are registered to vote before Pennsylvania's May 2 deadline for the upcoming primary.
The bill — titled the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” — passed by a 115 to 84 bipartisan vote and will be passed on to the state senate.
Harris spoke at the Metal Worker's Local Union No. 19 in the parking lot of the Sheet Metal Worker's Union Hall in South Philadelphia, along with other Democratic politicians.
Williamson will be speaking in Houston Hall’s Bodek Lounge next Tuesday, April 19 at a town hall event co-sponsored by Penn Justice Dems and the Andrea Mitchell Center for Democracy.
This pause on student loan payment will help 41 million borrowers avoid accruing further interest and prevent 7.5 million people from defaulting on their student loans.
During the event, Bolton answered questions about topics ranging from the Russian-Ukrainian war to his relationship with former President Donald Trump.
About 25 Penn Democrats members attended the talk, which took place on the evening of March 30. Prescod spoke to the group about his platform and plans for if he is elected.
GPA partnered with the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy to host an all-parties political debate featuring Penn Dems, College Republicans, Penn Justice Dems, and Penn for Liberty on March 23.
The Court selected the map, known as the Carter plan, for its “least-change” approach, preserving many elements of the current congressional map.
During Lisa Fairfax's introduction of the U.S. Supreme Court nominee, which was delivered to the Senate on March 21, Fairfax highlighted her longtime friendship with Jackson.
Participants enjoyed food prepared by the townhome residents, listened to music, and conversed with community members. Organizers also led a march around the UC Townhomes complex.