In an interview with The DP, Gym elaborated on her plans to address rising gun violence rates, criminal justice reform, and resolving the city's issues in education, if elected.
The conversation will be moderated by PWH Senior Executive Director LaShawn Jefferson. The event will be offered both in person at the World Forum and on Zoom on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 4-5 p.m.
This election marks was the country's fourth general election in two years.
If elected, Gym, who was also the first Asian American woman to serve on the City Council, would be the first female mayor of Philadelphia.
The speakers — who also attributed the increased energy prices to pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and the war in Ukraine — covered a range of topics concerning global energy markets and geopolitics.
The Department of Education suspended federal student loan payments at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide borrowers with more leeway during the difficult financial period.
The group is aims to facilitate voter registration and education, particularly for students registered to vote in Georgia ahead of the state's upcoming runoff election on Dec. 6.
While taking his MLA classes virtually and working full-time at Google, 23-year-old Aidan Sova competed against six other candidates for three open spots on the Ann Arbor District Library Board of Trustees.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down for an interview with Kenneth Roth after his recent talk at Perry World House.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with three Penn political science professors about the status of the results and their implications for the future of the nation.
The Republican-run House impeached Krasner, a Democrat, by a vote of 107-85, mostly along party lines for his policies’ contribution to “record levels of violent crime” in Philadelphia.
One day after Trump announced his third bid for presidency, Lauder was the third GOP mega donor to announce he would not financially support Trump's third run for the presidency.
Trump made the annoucement on Nov. 15 at his Mar-a-Lago residence. In his announcement, Trump spoke about his vision for America — reflecting on what he called the “successes” of his own time in office.
Penn community turned out for the midterm election yesterday. With two of the most contentious races in America taking place in Pennsylvania, and many issues hanging in the balance, here’s a look into this historic midterm elections day.
1,422 ballots were cast at the Houston Hall polling location, 604 ballots were cast at the ARCH building, and 213 ballots were cast at the Civic House.
Before heading to the polls, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide for the midterm elections detailing how and where to vote and a brief run-down on all the candidates.
The “Get Out The Vote Rally,” sponsored by NextGen America, MoveOn Political Action, and the Working Families Party, took place at Franklin Music Hall on Nov. 6.
Pennsylvanians will either elect Democrat Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro or Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano as the state’s 48th governor.
Pennsylvania's competitive primary election has left Republican Mehmet Oz to face Democrat Lt. Gov. John Fetterman on the general election ballot.
Shapiro told the DP he believes people's rights "are on the line" in this gubernatorial election.