Both men and women will march through campus tonight in solidarity against sexual violence — a scene that would have been hardly imaginable just 20 years ago.
Penn Democrats and College Republicans released a statement affirming their support for same-sex marriage today, along with nearly 50 other college political groups across the country. The two reached out to other groups for nearly two months, asking leaders to sign on either themselves or on behalf of their organizations.
The University Health System contributed $121 million to cover uncompensated care in fiscal year 2012, which ended June 30, 2012, said Susan Phillips, senior vice president for public affairs at UPHS.
Last night, Jane Harman gave a presentation at the Law School on the “extrajudicial” use of drones.
Pennsylvania voters are now almost evenly divided on legalizing same-sex marriage, according to a recent poll.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) publicly announced his support for marriage rights for same-sex couples in a press release Monday.
The United States patent system is undergoing a major change, harmonizing with the existing systems of most other countries.
Historic changes could be coming to the alcohol market in Pennsylvania, but the jury is out on what effects Penn students would see.
As the race heats up for a second city casino license, the Philadelphia City Planning Commission hosted three open houses this week to gather citizen opinion.
“We’re trying to get these proposals to be as good as they can possibly be,” Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger, who also chairs the PCPC, said.
Posterboards displayed renderings of each casino, the projects’ statistics and maps of current land use in the area.
Orszag — current Citigroup vice chairman of corporate and investment banking — served as President Barack Obama’s director of the Office of Management and Budget until 2010. He spoke Thursday night at the Annenberg School of Communication at an event titled “Possibilities and Perils: The Future of Economic Policy.”
In the LGBT Center Wednesday night, Smith discussed the impending Supreme Court rulings that will determine the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act and Proposition 8.
Wearing a purple skinny tie and a pair of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Lizza seemed more a contributor to GQ than a Washington correspondent for The New Yorker. However, his lunch discussion at the Kelly Writers House yesterday was all politics, as he spoke about his career as a political journalist.
As the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court prepares to hear another challenge to the state’s voter ID requirement, a new study reveals that across the country, voter ID laws disproportionately affected young minority voters in the 2012 elections.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments from the cases Hollingsworth v. Perry and United States v. Windsor, both of which deal with the issue of gay marriage.
On Monday morning, dining hall workers and Student Labor Action Project members delivered a concerted activity letter to the Penn Business Services office to notify Penn of the employees’ organizing efforts.
In the 102 days since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, over 3,000 people in the United State have been killed by guns — and Penn Democrats have had enough.
Just one year away from its full implementation in 2014, the Affordable Care Act continues to raise concerns as many consider the effects it may have on national full-time employment.
A group known as Americans for Free Speech marched to protest the removal of Gujarat chief state minister Narendra Modi from the Wharton India Economic Forum Saturday afternoon.
Thursday night, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a bill that calls for liquor sales to gradually be removed from the state’s hands.
Last night, about 30 students and faculty shared in a discussion with Chinese history professor Arthur Waldron and associate professor of Japanese history Frederick Dickinson on cooperation and conflict between China and Japan in the 21st century.