Articles by Gretta Maguire

02/15/24 6:00am
Also, Wharton returned to No. 1 on the Financial Times MBA rankings.
02/08/24 6:00am
Also, Penn Vet was allocated money in the Pa. state budget.
01/31/24 11:26pm
Also, Scott Bok writes about the new presidential search.
01/29/24 9:53pm
Students expressed excitement at the company's extended hours and vegan options. 
01/18/24 10:59pm
Incoming Class of 2028 students shared their concerns about administrative turmoil and the campus climate, as well as their hopes for the University’s direction by the time they matriculate.
12/10/23 10:55pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to several students about their reactions to the University's leadership crisis, with students expressing mixed emotions of shock, relief, and concerns. 
12/07/23 11:59pm
Shapiro spoke with The Daily Pennsylvanian and other reporters, repeating his condemnation of Magill's comments about genocide of Jewish people to Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.). 
11/29/23 10:39pm
President Liz Magill opened the forum by acknowledging the shooting of three college students of Palestinian descent that occurred last Saturday in Burlington, Vermont.
11/28/23 1:01am
The statement published by PASS, PAO, and Penn MSA encouraged community members to report incidents where they feel unsafe on campus.
11/13/23 8:21pm
The letter was also sent to schools including Yale, Harvard, Georgetown, Cornell, UC Berkeley, and Cooper Union.   
11/10/23 12:27am
The walkout opened with calls for a ceasefire, restoration of water and electricity in Gaza, and an end to United States and University aid to Israel.
10/26/23 11:09pm
Oh will face Democratic mayoral candidate and 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate Cherelle Parker on Nov. 7.
10/23/23 12:42am
University community members gathered at the LOVE Statue to hear speeches, prayers, and songs before marching on Locust Walk to continue the event outside Penn Hillel. 
10/17/23 8:58pm
Changes include increasing the number of Pell Grant recipients beginning in 2024, permitting incarcerated students in federal or state facilities to receive Pell Grants, and removing questions about applicants’ Selective Service and drug convictions.
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