Articles by Imran Siddiqui

05/18/22 12:00pm
Over 100 Pennsylvanians voted at Penn polling locations during this year's primary election on May 17.
05/11/22 12:41pm
Relive the Class of 2022's sophomore year at Penn, which was marked by the COVID-19 pandemic turning the world upside down.
04/25/22 11:15pm
In preparation for the upcoming election, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide detailing how to vote, in person or by mail, and a brief run-down on all the candidates for students registered to vote on campus.
04/25/22 11:09pm
There are four Democrats and seven Republicans running in this year's primary election.
04/25/22 10:38pm
There are three Democrats and nine Republicans running for this position in the primary.
04/25/22 10:31pm
Penn is in Pennsylvania's 3rd Congressional District, which has been represented by incumbent Dwight Evans. He is running against Democrats Michael Cogbill and Alexandra Hunt this year.
04/14/22 12:05am
Williamson will be speaking in Houston Hall’s Bodek Lounge next Tuesday, April 19 at a town hall event co-sponsored by Penn Justice Dems and the Andrea Mitchell Center for Democracy. 
03/23/22 12:16am
During Lisa Fairfax's introduction of the U.S. Supreme Court nominee, which was delivered to the Senate on March 21, Fairfax highlighted her longtime friendship with Jackson. 
03/17/22 1:51am
Eighteen years after Gutmann’s inauguration, The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down to speak with 29 former and current leaders of the Penn community — including Gutmann herself — to chronicle the former president’s legacy through the lens of her original aspirations.
02/08/22 3:30pm
Gutmann was confirmed by a vote of 54 to 42 when the Senate convened Tuesday afternoon. President Joe Biden officially nominated Gutmann after months of speculation on July 2, 2021.
01/18/22 5:33pm
Leaders from Penn Government and Politics Association, Penn Democrats, College Republicans, and Penn Justice Democrats agreed that it is essential to follow Penn's new guidelines for campus events and gatherings outlined in their most recent statement due to the surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide. They expressed that they hope that it will be safe to return to face-to-face meetings and events in the upcoming weeks. 
12/15/21 1:21pm
Gutmann faced questions about the millions of dollars in donations that the University has received from China during her time at Penn. 
12/09/21 6:56pm
As campus reopened and students returned to Locust Walk, in-person life allowed Penn's political clubs to restart in-person programming and voter mobilization efforts for both local and national elections. 
11/10/21 5:05am
Nearly 77% of eligible Penn students voted in the presidential election — a 9.2 percentage point increase from the 2016 election and a 23.1 percentage point increase from the 2018 midterm election.
11/03/21 3:47am
In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, City Councilmember Helen Gym stressed the importance of Pennsylvania in national politics, and noted that many reforms college students care about are addressed at the local level.
09/27/21 1:05am
Student groups like Penn Leads the Vote and Penn Democrats are looking to use this day to increase civic engagement on campus.
09/10/21 12:32am
Prior to the attacks, many Penn students said it was just a normal morning. But the attacks threw the day into uncertainty — some students proceeded to class as usual before the University suspended operations, and reporters and editors from The Daily Pennsylvanian rushed to the office to cover the unfolding tragedy.
09/01/21 12:13am
With a return to in-person learning comes a return to in-person extracurricular activities, and Penn's political clubs in particular are in for an event-filled academic year.
08/24/21 9:04pm
Some Penn professors hope Gutmann can repair U.S.-Germany relations as Germany will be going through a transition period after their federal election next month. 
04/23/21 12:54am
The club is working to mobilize support for the "For The People's Act," which progressive organizations across the country say will increase voting accessibility, protect the right to vote for marginalized communities, and establish nonpartisan redistricting committees to eliminate gerrymandering.
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