Pennsylvania’s congressional map has been ranked among the “most skewed maps by multiple measures."
On Oct. 17, Bush will be speaking at a Penn Political Union event, which is funded by the Andrea Mitchell Center, Center Director and Political Science professor Jeffrey Green wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Penn Law graduate Mary Gay Scanlon won the Democratic primary election this May for Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District.
Annenberg professor Barbie Zelizer said increased threats to journalism in the U.S. and abroad compelled her to establish the Center for Media at Risk in April.
The annual event, titled 'Careers in Journalism and New Media,' featured Ashley Parker, Jessica Goodman, and Jill Castellano, all of whom currently work in journalism.
Penn Democrats are kicking off midterm season by traveling an hour out of Philadelphia to Allentown, Pa. They hope to help elect Democrat Susan Wild to replace former republican representative Patrick Meehan.
The Justice Department supported the students Thursday, arguing that Harvard has failed to prove it does not unlawfully discriminate against Asian Americans in its admissions process.
The officials from both Obama- and Trump-era administrations will engage in a closed-door conference on Sept. 24 and a public event, featuring panel discussions with other notable figures, the following day.
Experts and campus anti-assault groups say these proposed rules could affect the way sexual misconduct is handled at universities such as Penn in significant ways, with the potential to make it more difficult for complainants to voice their concerns.
The Daily Pennsylvanian talked to Avenatti about his 'non-traditional' time at Penn and why the student vote is so vital in the upcoming election cycles.
Glioblastoma has a high fatality rate because the tumor works to transform cells into treatment-resistant bodies, so finding an effective treatment historically has proven difficult.
At Penn, longtime psychology professor Robert Kurzban resigned in July after allegations of two separate romantic relationships with students were reported by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
The abrupt White House announcement came after nearly the entire team said they intended to boycott the celebration that was scheduled to take place the next day.
While Donald Trump may be Penn’s most famous current politician, come this November several more former Quakers may be making their mark on the American political landscape.
Obama will be the keynote speaker at Temple University's event, which is is expected to have approximately 8,000 high school students across Philadelphia in attendance.
Harvard teaching and research assistants held the election on April 18 and April 19 to determine whether Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Auto Workers would become their official union.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted Mill bail, overturning the 2-4 year sentence he received for parole violations in November from Court Judge Grenece Brinkley.
2006 College graduate Conor Lamb won a close special election in the mostly-Republican Pennsylvania 18th district and now is campaigning for reelection in PA’s newly defined 17th district.
“We are in the process of reviewing the bill with appropriate staff," University spokesperson Stephen MacCarthy wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian.
"We’re not viewing this as a partisan issue," Co-organizer and College freshman Simran Chand said. "It’s a human issue. People are dying on the streets. It’s not about who’s in office."