Politics

02/07/18 1:00pm
The event was sponsored by the 2018 Public Policy Case Competition, which is challenging participants to design a government policy or program to prevent opioid use disorder.
02/05/18 2:38am
This comes less than two weeks after Pennsylvania declared a statewide disaster emergency in response to the opioid crisis.
02/04/18 3:22am
The plan implements a tax on the annual compensation of the five highest-paid employees in nonprofit groups — which at Penn constitutes three executives and puts at risk two of 13 academic medical professionals.
02/02/18 8:25pm
Over the past year, since he was named a Penn prof., Biden has appeared at several events on campus, including a public conversation with Penn President Amy Gutmann in March 2017. 
02/02/18 4:23am
1996 Wharton graduate Seema Hingorani founded the organization, which provides exposure to investment management to girls in high school and college, in April 2015. 
02/02/18 2:46am
In an exclusive interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian before the event, Schiff stressed society’s need for college students to contribute to government and change the current polarized system.
02/01/18 10:54pm
The 1.5-cents-per-ounce tax on sugary drinks went into effect last January and aims to raise funds for the city. 
02/01/18 6:23pm
“The nature, severity, and extent of these allegations, and the patterns of abusive behavior they describe, involve acts and conduct that are inimical to the core values of our University,” Penn leaders wrote in an email.
02/01/18 4:40am
ISSS will be located in a temporary office on the third floor of 3440 Market St, while its original  location at 3701 Chestnut St. undergoes anticipated months long renovations.
01/31/18 11:57pm
“Right now in Harrisburg there aren’t enough women, there aren’t enough young people, there aren’t enough people of color, and there aren’t enough working people,” O’Mara said. 
01/31/18 6:39am
The Penn Professional Staff Assembly sponsored a talk with the Provost as one of its two large open meetings of the academic year for staff members to discuss various University initiatives. 
01/31/18 6:16am
“Penn stands as a shameful exception among the Ivies,” Penn senior Zoe Weissberg said. “This is a practice that is inexcusable in Philadelphia, which still is the poorest big city in the nation."
01/31/18 4:54am
Before becoming IRC's president, Miliband served as the United Kingdom foreign secretary from 2007 to 2010. At the event, Miliband explained the moral obligation to help refugees.
01/30/18 7:17pm
Days after the former Penn Trustee Steve Wynn was accused of sexual misconduct, the signage for the area named after him, 'Wynn Commons,' has been defaced with paint. 
01/30/18 3:00pm
Last semester’s highly-publicized protests, rallies, and outreach efforts ultimately ended with no policy changes from Penn. 
01/30/18 2:03am
The building, located on the corner of 36th and Walnut Streets, will contain a 120-seat auditorium, classrooms, faculty offices, undergraduate study spaces, and conference rooms.
01/30/18 1:08am
The proposed plan would increase border security, would end the current diversity visa lottery system, and would create a pathway to citizenship for those eligible for DACA.
01/29/18 1:00pm
Since Trump assumed office, Tran said that the number of challenges to visa requests from the government has significantly increased and has made a difficult system even worse.
01/29/18 12:53am
Universities have sought STEM classification for economics since “Econometric and Quantitative Economics” was added to the list of STEM-designated degree programs in 2012.
01/28/18 11:31pm
The formal event took place in College Hall on Jan. 25 and included two teams of three students in a parliamentary-style debate.