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08/29/23 9:52pm
Penn's 223 RAs will have the chance to partake in an on-campus election Sept. 27 and 28.
08/21/23 1:42pm
According to Gutmann's ethics disclosures, the loan was issued at the October 2020 federal mid-term rate of 0.38% and has a term of nine years.
08/10/23 12:39am
Horowitz has been on leave from his positions at Penn since April 2022. 
08/03/23 1:00am
The proceedings will be overseen by 1987 Penn Carey Law graduate Tanya Chutkan. 
07/26/23 11:47pm
Biden spoke on the significance of union work, the future of renewable energy, and the progress of his new economic agenda in remarks at the Navy Yard on July 20.
07/20/23 3:45am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with students about their thoughts on the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding the right to refuse service to same-sex couples. 
07/20/23 3:37am
Penn community members share their reactions to the Supreme Court's rejection of affirmative action, and discuss what a Penn without race-conscious admissions might look like. 
07/06/23 12:45am
The DP spoke with Landau about her motivations, goals, and optimism for the future of Philadelphia. 
07/05/23 11:32pm
Members of the Penn community who spoke with the DP agreed that the current federal student loan system is flawed, but proposed different solutions to address the issue. 
06/29/23 11:28am
The Thursday ruling overturns decades of legal precedent, potentially changing Penn's admissions policies in future years. 
06/22/23 3:22am
Ahmad, who would be the first South Asian person and first immigrant in recent memory to serve on the Philadelphia City Council, spoke to the DP about her experience in public service and goals for the position. 
06/22/23 3:17am
Biden, a former Penn Professor of Presidential Practice, spoke at a rally hosted by union federation AFL-CIO after assessing the damage on Interstate 95 from a helicopter. 
06/17/23 1:16pm
The tax filings show that most of Gutmann’s 2021 earnings accumulated over the course of her 18-year tenure as president, in the form of deferred compensation and investment gains. 
06/09/23 4:12pm
Trump is the first former president to be indicted on federal charges. 
06/07/23 10:44pm
In a recent visit to Philadelphia, Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted the achievements of local unions and the Biden administration's commitment to workers' rights. 
05/31/23 11:47pm
Penn Medicine residents and fellows voted 892-110 in favor of unionization in early May. 
05/24/23 11:18pm
The event follows Musk's announcement that he will be resigning as CEO of Twitter early this summer.
05/17/23 1:32pm
A likely victory in November's general election will make Parker, a 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate, Philadelphia's first female mayor. 
05/12/23 3:26am
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled the University's biggest headlines from the last four years — ranging from shifting COVID-19 policies to campus demonstrations.
05/12/23 2:53am
Relive the Class of 2023's sophomore year, in which the University slowly reopened on-campus housing and Joe Biden won the presidency.