H.R. McMaster discusses his experience in Trump's White House, the civilian-military divide, and why he returned to academia in the second season premiere of Perry World House's podcast.
1997 College alumnus Josh Gottheimer is running for Congressional re-election in New Jersey's 5th District on Nov. 6.
Leaders of campus groups say they have emphasized voter registration this semester to empower these new voters in a politically contentious time.
Wawa's political action committee says they are donating funds to candidates on both sides of the aisle.
Annenberg Public Policy Center Director published a new groundbreaking book that takes an in–depth look at Russian 'subterfuge' in the 2016 presidential election.
The event, which is a part of the annual National Electric Contractors Association convention, will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The event, 'Testimonios: Voices in Solidarity Against State Repression,' was co-sponsored by the Latin American and Latino Studies program and by Wharton Latino.
Many see the appointment of Republican Jeb Bush as complementary to that of Democrat Joe Biden, both of whom are Presidential Professors of Practice at Penn.
Berset discussed how Switzerland's model of direct democracy may offer insight to the challenges modern democracy faces in the era of fake news.
Twenty-eight Penn students are taking part in a global fellowship is designed to help student projects that attain one or more of the UN's sustainable development goals.
The event, 'Competing Visions of the Global Order,' is the culmination of the Perry World House Colloquium on the future of world politics, with the Penn Biden Leaders Dialogue serving as the capstone event.
After her keynote conversation with campus, former National Security Advisor Susan Rice sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian for an exclusive interview.
Unaffiliated with previous socialist efforts, Penn Socialists said it is bringing ongoing education and activism to the Penn community.
Penn Dems President and Wharton junior Dylan Milligan attended the rally with a group of 126 student members who received tickets after volunteering to canvas for Democrats.
The rally, which Obama will be headlining, is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and is for the reelection of United States Senator Bob Casey and Governor Tom Wolf, both of whom are Democrats.
Penn professors hail the appointment of Jeb Bush to Presidential Professor of Practice as an intelligent move that will promote bipartisanship on campus.
Vice President of College Republicans Owen O’Hare said, 'We’re not the type of club that would support a candidate because Trump is supporting them.'
His visit is part of a nationwide effort working towards strategic Democratic midterm wins.
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.