The brief, filed by Penn and eighteen other universities, claims that talent and potential would be lost for universities and the nation as a whole if the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program were rescinded.
Some PORES fellows in past years have had the opportunity to visit NBC News on election night, making predictions and crunching data at the decision desk.
Stand Up and Vote featured performances from 1999 College graduate John Legend and comedians Mike Birbiglia, Michelle Wolf, Roy Wood Jr., and Aparna Nancherla.
At the heart of the issue is a July call between Trump and Ukraine's president, in which Trump asked the leader to investigate Joe Biden, a Democratic presidential candidate and a former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice.
The organization’s membership includes Penn Democrats, College Republicans, and the Government and Politics Association.
The colloquium, "How Emerging Technologies are Rewiring the Global Order," featured conversations with Kerry, President of Kyrgyzstan Roza Otunbayeva, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, Executive Director of the Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth, and Uber Chief Scientist Raquel Urtasun.
The study found that more Americans are able to answer questions about civics now than they were in the 2014 version of the survey.
"I am not an immigrant hater. I am an America lover," Malkin said during her speech at Penn.
College Republicans spokesperson and Wharton sophomore Corey Paredes said Malkin's comments on Fox were not anti-Semitic, and said the allegations were "ridiculous personal smears."
Penn Dems members greeted the more exclusive lineup, which featured all of the top contenders on the same debate stage for the first time
Valerie Jarrett served in the Obama administration for all eight years of his presidency, and was seen as a trusted advisor who pushed for liberal policies in the administration.
The colloquium, titled "How Emerging Technologies are Rewiring the Global Order," will feature speeches and panel discussions with other prominent government and technology leaders.
College Republicans, Government and Politics Association, and Penn Democrats are preparing for the buildup to the 2020 elections.
Here's why the presidents of Penn for Biden think the former vice president should be the one to take on Trump.
“I certainly was not struck by any sense that [I was] sitting before a genius," the admissions officer said.
The former vice president earned nearly $800,000 from working at Penn as a Presidential Professor or Practice.
At the event, Palmieri explained how women in leadership are subject to “deeply enlarged gender biases” and urged them to be unapologetic about their identities despite this.
Penn President Amy Gutmann wrote in an email to the Penn community Thursday that Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden “will be taking an unpaid leave of absence from his work at the Penn Biden Center" throughout his campaign.
Penn hired Biden to become a Presidential Professor of Practice in February 2017 and he opened the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington, D.C. a year later.
Over the last few weeks, several groups supporting individual candidates in the Democratic primary — Penn for Bernie, Penn for Beto, Penn for Pete, and Penn for Kamala — have sprung up on Instagram.