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Parker spoke to an audience of approximately 60 people at the Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics about public safety, combating the drug epidemic, and encouraging voter participation. 
04/15/24 10:15pm
The station offers a wide range of services, including allowing eligible voters to register to vote, update their registration, and request mail-in ballots with the assistance of the County Board of Elections staff. 
04/15/24 9:55pm
Former Bucks County Solicitor and Penn Carey Law lecturer Joe Khan spoke with The Daily Pennsylvanian about Penn and his campaign for attorney general. 
04/14/24 10:18pm
Trump and his legal team unsuccessfully attempted to delay proceedings multiple times in the days leading up to the trial. 
04/11/24 11:05pm
The event drew around 80 attendees, who watched representatives from Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn for Liberty engage in a discussion for more than an hour.
04/08/24 11:26pm
Wharton alumnus and former Peruvian President Francisco Sagasti spoke at the Perry World House on April 4 about the art of governance.
04/05/24 1:24am
The protestors allege that Ghost Robotics is selling robots to Israel's military to be utilized in the ongoing conflict in Gaza. 
04/04/24 2:02am
“I have not and will not — ever — support Donald Trump for president of the United States or dogcatcher of the smallest municipality anywhere on the planet,” one donor wrote.
04/02/24 1:52am
2012 Wharton and School of Social Policy graduate Chau Wing Lam, 1973 College graduate Joyce Wilkerson, and 1972 College graduate Joan Stern were on the list of nine school board members announced on Monday.
04/01/24 11:03pm
Footman alleged in 2023 that then-Interim Chief Administrative Officer of Delaware County Marc Woolley discriminated against her and other Black women employees.
03/31/24 10:21pm
In his presentation, Bio emphasized the importance of education, gender equality, and youth-oriented programs to further advance Sierra Leone and the continent of Africa.
03/28/24 10:05pm
The press conference, which was attended by more than 50 Penn workers, precedes a union election scheduled for Apr. 16 and 17 to vote on the unionization of graduate student workers at Penn.
03/28/24 1:39am
The Daily Pennsylvanian examined evidence of private communications between Biden and University administrators about the admissions process.
03/27/24 12:47am
Currently, seven Penn alumni serve in Congress — all in the House of Representatives — and Penn has averaged approximately six alumni and affiliates in the legislative branch since 1789.
03/25/24 12:22am
In the transcripts released March 12, Biden spoke about his professorship at Penn, his work at the Penn Biden Center, and Penn Medicine.
03/21/24 10:23pm
Committee Chair Rep. Jason Smith (R-Mo.) sent a letter to Interim President Larry Jameson inquiring about disciplinary actions taken against individuals and groups whose antisemitic activity violated University policy.
03/21/24 10:12pm
If enacted, the bill would require colleges and universities to disclose its policies on speech, association, and religion in order to receive Title IV funding from the federal government. 
03/21/24 8:52pm
Alyssa Farah Griffin and Sarah Matthews, who served on the White House communications team under the Trump administration, shared their thoughts on the Republican Party and why they will not be supporting Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
03/20/24 12:42am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with Orenstein and Benjamin Schmitt — a senior fellow at Penn who was sanctioned in 2022 — about their thoughts on the sanction.
03/19/24 12:16am
Professor of Russian and Eastern European Studies Mitchell Orenstein and five Penn alumni were on the list of 227 Americans banned from entering Russian territory.