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Student Life

11/07/22 11:36pm
Students told the DP that they feel mobility items, including electric scooters and bikes, make heavily trafficked routes like Locust Walk more dangerous.
11/07/22 10:40pm
The screening of "Wanted: Shades of Life" will be held in Fisher-Bennett Hall at 6 p.m. on Nov. 8 followed by a live question and answer session with the filmmaker Sanadtkumar Ganesan.
11/07/22 1:46am
Shapiro told the DP he believes people's rights "are on the line" in this gubernatorial election. 
11/04/22 4:09am
The decision to create virtual, flexible education options comes in the wake of decreased enrollment in MBA programs, hesitations about the cost of education, and a competitive job market.
11/04/22 4:07am
At the performance, 16 songwriters in the club will perform original songs from a variety of genres that club members have collaborated on during weekly meetings throughout the semester.
11/03/22 8:46pm
The inaugural SPEC Fest celebration will be held on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on College Green.
11/03/22 2:37am
The event took place outside in front of the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center, and much of the food was provided by Sharing Excess, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating food waste. 
11/03/22 12:45am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to several of Musk’s former classmates to learn more about his time at Penn, his budding entrepreneurial spirit, and his present successes.
11/02/22 11:01pm
Other students said that they decided against joining the protest in fear of similar extracurricular suspensions.
11/02/22 10:48pm
Penn Student Government announced that two students have been elected to the Undergraduate Assembly and Class Board 2026 via special election on Tuesday night.
11/02/22 10:43pm
Members of the ARCH steering committee have new updates to the structural and operational functions of the redesigned building, including carving out a physical space for Natives at Penn.
11/02/22 2:26am
The play was written by Ruby Rae Spiegel and centers around two high schoolers in Florida attempting to find a way to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, foiled by regulations and a hostile environment and attitudes toward abortion. 
11/01/22 4:39pm
The Fiber Arts Circle, according to its leaders, aims to serve as a safe space where students can take a break from Penn's competitive culture. 
10/31/22 10:31am
Several PORES faculty and affiliated students work on the NBC News Decision Desk each year, assisting the network in projecting the outcome of races.
10/26/22 9:14pm
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
10/26/22 12:07am
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to alumni and current students participating in Homecoming who said that the atmosphere on campus was one of reunions and relaxation.
10/25/22 11:33pm
The student leaders said that they formed the groups in order to create space and support neurodivergent and disabled students at Penn.
10/25/22 12:30am
Gil Hovav is the great-grandson of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who began the revival of Hebrew as a spoken language.
10/24/22 1:14am
Bridge to Math, formerly known as Bridge to Math 114, is a student-led initiative that started last year 
10/24/22 1:07am
The event was planned and hosted by Penn Traditions, a student organization under Penn Alumni that aims to “celebrate Penn’s history and traditions, connect students and alumni, and promote and inspire lifelong Penn pride.”