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07/28/16 12:32am
Eight years ago, Russell Craig was sitting behind bars with nothing but a number two pencil in his hand and an idea in his head. Fast forward to today, and a towering portrait of his face hangs in an art gallery at the Truth to Power art exhibition in Philadelphia.
07/28/16 12:25am
On July 25th, the College Promise Campaign and Innovative Educators hosted a discussion focusing on free community college. The event started with a screening of No Greater Odds, a film about students’ experiences at the College of Southern Nevada.
07/28/16 12:24am
Top national security officials expressed their opinions of how disastrous it would be for national security to have Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as president.
07/28/16 12:22am
Communication Professor David Eisenhower is teaching a class in the fall called Conventions, Campaigns and Debates, and the pre-requisite for the class is that students must attend either the Republican National Convention or the DNC. 
07/28/16 12:22am
This was the first time that the Trump campaign, known for noncommittal policy positions, publicly addressed the issue in detail.
07/27/16 10:04pm
For many political journalists, Philadelphia is nothing more than a stop on the campaign trail.
07/25/16 1:14pm
Eric Schoenberg, who will teach a class at Wharton in the fall on family wealth, upped his political contributions by over 718% in order to stop Trump.
07/22/16 12:55am
Trump has formally become the Republican presidential nominee despite having no prior political experience.
07/20/16 11:39pm
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will be filming at Penn's Annenberg Center from Tuesday July 26 to Friday July 29.
07/20/16 11:36pm
The last time Daily Show correspondent Jordan Klepper was in town, he got his identity stolen at a bar.
07/20/16 9:14am
The votes that put Trump over the threshold came from Trump’s native New York, whose delegation cast 89 votes for Trump.
07/18/16 7:06pm
Members of the military launched a coup attempt against the Turkish President Recep Tayyip on Friday, while rising College junior Leo Page-Blau was in his host family’s house, 20 minutes outside Ankara. 
07/14/16 9:59am
2016 College graduate Tiffany Trump isn’t wasting time moving on to bigger things after graduation – notably, she'll be speaking at the Republican National Convention next week.
07/13/16 11:13pm
The 1-acre plot sits behind the Karabots Pediatric Care Center at 48th and Market Street. It is considered the main volunteer project for the Democratic National Convention. The DNC will be held at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia July 25-28.
07/13/16 11:12pm
There may be some hope left for former congressman and 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate Chaka Fattah, who was convicted last month of 23 charges including bribery, racketeering and fraud.
07/13/16 11:11pm
Unlike the numerous road closures experienced during the Pope Francis visit last fall, the Democratic National Convention that is set to take place from July 25th to July 28th should be more quite near the University City area and students should experience fewer, if any disturbances as a result of the convention.
07/13/16 11:09pm
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump issued a harsh assessment of the FBI after the agency recommended against criminally charging Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for using a private email server as U.S. Secretary of State.
07/10/16 6:52pm
Just over a week before the start of the Republican National Convention, members of the Wharton community issued a petition decrying Donald Trump. 
07/07/16 6:05pm
True to his vocation, Howard began his piece invoking the Bible, and specifically the moments in it that he said were most noteworthy to him as a child.
07/06/16 10:48pm
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 23 that President Obama can't prevent undocumented individuals from being deported in United States v. Texas and also upheld affirmative action in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.