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10/24/22 1:11am
Ahead of the midterm elections in November, PORES, an undergraduate research organization, partnered with SurveyMonkey to conduct a national poll among 21,730 people in the U.S. 
10/21/22 5:54pm
The academic symposium followed Liz Magill's inauguration formally commencing her tenure as the school's ninth president.
10/20/22 12:33am
The memoir is titled “And How Are the Children? Timeless Lessons from the Frontlines of Motherhood," and features a foreword by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
10/18/22 12:29am
The survey also found that more Americans are viewing the Court as a politically biased institution.
10/17/22 1:27am
The researchers discovered that most tweets had a right-leaning spin and that posts with conservative sources received more engagement than those with liberal sources.
10/14/22 1:14am
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in May in a decision about a 2021 Pennsylvania judge race that mail-in ballots with inaccurate or missing dates on the return envelope had to be counted.
10/12/22 10:34pm
Pennsylvania's voter registration deadline is Oct. 24. 
10/11/22 11:20pm
On Wednesday, the Kelly Writers House will host Lockwood for a reading and reception. The next morning, Lockwood will lead an interactive program in the Irvine Auditorium
10/11/22 12:09am
The event, “Decolonize the Future: Defending Indigenous Rights and Lands,” will feature activists Cristina Coc, Pablo Mis, and Filiberto Penados.
10/10/22 11:54pm
After weathering tough conditions, the encampment remains on College Green and continues to receive organizational support from both local and international climate groups.
10/07/22 6:40pm
Biden arrived around at the University Meeting and Guest House and later walked down Walnut Street to the Penn Bookstore, stopping to greet the crowd of students and Philadelphia residents who had gathered along the way.
10/05/22 12:04am
Jezebel's investigation reviewed 75 studies where Oz, a 1986 Perelman and Wharton graduate, had “full scientific, administrative, and fiscal responsibility for the conduct” of the research. 
10/04/22 1:04am
Penn's Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, in partnership with the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, released a 13-point legal blueprint.
10/02/22 11:00pm
The international scholars attended a conference at Perry World House on Sept. 30 and stopped by Fossil Free Penn's demonstration on the sixteenth day of encampment.
09/28/22 9:50pm
FIRE ranked Penn 188th for disruptive conduct, 187th for comfort expressing ideas, and 130th for administrative support.
09/27/22 1:04am
In 13 short speeches, representatives from FFP and other campus and local activism groups explained FFP’s three major demands.
09/26/22 12:15am
Plans to sell the UC Townhomes, an affordable housing complex in University City, have shone a spotlight on the issue of subsidized housing in Philadelphia and reinvigorated years-old demands against Penn to give back more to its surrounding community.
09/25/22 10:02pm
The incoming fellows have expertise on topics including human rights, climate change, war ethics, and the protection of democratic institutions. 
09/23/22 12:45am
About 80 students, faculty, and community members attended the event, which was cohosted by Penn's Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies and the Robert A. Fox Leadership Program.
09/20/22 10:41pm
Penn's branch of Students for Shapiro has amassed over 60 members since the start of the semester.