Politics

03/14/18 3:10am
The hallmark of the evening occurred when Mill called and spoke to the audience from the SCI — Chester in Delaware County.
03/13/18 6:48am
In June 2017, Penn graduate Ron Nirenberg made headlines when he unseated Ivy Taylor, the former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, in a decisive election victory. 
03/01/18 5:03am
According to the Inquirer, PHA currently receives 93 percent of its budget from the National Department of Housing and Urban Development and the city of Philadelphia received more than $400 million from HUD in 2017. 
03/01/18 3:31am
This is Pennsylvania's largest single-year increase in anti-Semitic incidents recorded by the Anti-Defamation League in the past decade. 
03/01/18 2:12am
In an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, 2007 Nick Miccarelli called the allegations “absolute lies, a thousand percent lies,” adding that he has “never laid a hand on a woman.”
02/28/18 8:27pm
Biden arrived amid very little fanfare, and two separate Penn spokespeople wrote in emails to The Daily Pennsylvanian they were not aware Biden was on campus.
02/27/18 9:56pm
University Director of Financial Aid Elaine Papas Varas said the federal grant program, loan programs, work-study, and loan forgiveness would all likely be affected by the bill.
02/27/18 4:59am
The panelists and attendees discussed why college campus censorship is dangerous and where to draw the line between hateful and controversial speech.  
02/27/18 3:53am
In addition to collaboration with Hillel, the event was sponsored by 12 constituent groups on campus, whose organizations are rooted in politics and political affairs.
02/26/18 2:47am
Penn has granted 1,740 honorary degrees since 1757. Only 164 of these degrees — 9.43 percent — have been awarded to women. Today, this is changing. 
02/24/18 1:54am
ProPublica has obtained roughly 250,000 encrypted messages exchanged between members of Atomwaffen Division, the Neo-Nazi hate group linked to Bernstein's death.  
02/23/18 10:00pm
The purpose of the line is to “better understand the policies, processes and procedures in place from the perspective of the individual who has to go through [sexual misconduct],” Philadelphia Controller Rebecca Rhynhart said.
02/22/18 7:38pm
'What Can't Be Debated on Campus' was published in The Wall Street Journal and explores the 'unreasoned speech' Wax encountered in response to her original Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed.
02/22/18 6:45pm
At noon today, students with umbrellas flanked both sides of Locust Walk holding up white paper signs, each with the date, location, and number of deaths from a mass shooting. 
02/22/18 4:57am
In reference to recent controversy over gerrymandering and the Pennsylvania Congressional Map, Ellsworth said she would also create a bi-partisan committee of citizens to draw the map. 
02/22/18 12:34am
GET-UP’s decision is the latest in a string of similar moves at other colleges, where unionizing efforts have stalled due to fear that a GOP majority will soon take over the NLRB board and dismantle the Columbia precedent.
02/21/18 3:35pm
Steyer, a former hedge fund manager turned Democratic donor, rose to prominence after embarking in October on a campaign to impeach President Trump.
02/17/18 11:23pm
The original GOP-drawn map was ruled unconstitutional by Philadelphia’s Supreme Court on Jan. 22 on the grounds of gerrymandering.
02/17/18 10:49pm
The law students who filed the comment are part of the Environmental Law Project, one of 27 pro bono groups at Penn Law School.
02/16/18 3:50am
In the event held in Claudia Cohen Hall on Feb. 14, Penn political science professors discussed issues ranging from Americans’ impressions of Trump to the many implications of his policies.