Wolfe has spoken out against the beverage tax and hopes to decrease taxes across the board, calling the current system outdated and “perfect for mid-19th century Philadelphia."
The group hopes to place a strong focus on activism, planning protests, marches, speaker events, and roundtable discussions.
Penn Dems hosted a comment writing session Wednesday informing students about the potential impacts of the new Title IX regulations.
To receive care, federal workers must bring identification to show their employment, as well as a zero-dollar pay stub.
Zaina Erhaim, who has reported on the Syrian civil war from Syria but now lives in London, was previously denied a U.S. visa because of Trump's travel ban.
Before Warren entered the political field, the Massachusetts senator taught contract and bankruptcy law at Penn Law from 1987 to 1995.
Chants of “I refuse to lose” and “I choose to be more than what you think of me" rang throughout the crowd. Signs read “Intersectional Feminism” and “Black Lives Matter.”
The national Women's March has faced criticism in the past by those who say there is a lack of concern for women of color and transgender women. The March’s leadership has also been rocked by allegations of anti-Semitism.
Williams, who launched his campaign six weeks ago, was enrolled in Penn’s Political Science Ph.D. program from 2001 to 2011, concentrating in American Politics.
Although Biden has yet to announce plans for a 2020 campaign, experts say the Penn Biden Center may be helping shape his path to becoming the next president.
Penn Law professor Stephen Burbank, who helped hire Warren, and Colin Diver, the dean of Penn Law at the time, both said they think the senator could beat Trump.
The Massachusetts senator, who taught at Penn Law during the late 1980s and early 1990s, is one of the first prominent Democrats to declare their candidacy.
Members of Penn Dems greeted the news, saying Avenatti's recent domestic abuse allegations, lack of progressivism, and controversial reputation turned them off to the lawyer.
In the days leading up to the Nov. 6 election, campus political groups focused their attention on increasing voter turnout and supporting local candidates.
Authorities in California will not bring felony domestic violence charges against the 1996 College graduate and celebrity attorney, who has denied allegations of abuse.
The conversation was part of a day-long Perry World House event, where officials from cities across the nation gathered to discuss changing local and national immigration policies.
Penn Brazil Club members said it was a mix of economic conditions, corruption, and general discontent with the status quo that propelled Bolsonaro to victory.
Voter experts and Penn professors say it is still too early to determine the full effect students had in the midterms, but that the uptick in Penn's voter turnout likely made little difference in election outcomes in Pennsylvania.
On Nov. 11, Avenatti was on Penn's campus at two different speaker events hosted by the Philomathean Society, Penn Democrats and the Government and Politics Association.
Panelist Anne Wakabayashi, the executive director for Emerge Pennsylvania, said political representation is of the utmost importance because “every issue is a women’s issue.”