Articles by Jonah Miller
A ballot guide to the 2023 Philadelphia primary electionIn Pennsylvania, the final day to register to vote for this election is May 1, and the last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot is May 9.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Helen GymThe mayoral candidate was recently on Penn's campus to join a rally in support of resident advisors and graduate associates’ efforts to unionize.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Cherelle ParkerThe mayoral candidate, who received her master’s degree in public administration from the Fels Institute of Government in 2016, said she views Penn as an “essential service provider in the Philadelphia area.”
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Allan DombThe mayoral candidate, who recently attended a debate at an on-campus forum, said that Penn plays a strong and central role in Philadelphia.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Rebecca RhynhartRhynhart said that she believes there are significant opportunities for the city to partner with Penn.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: James DeLeonDeLeon said that Penn students are “very astute” at recognizing the issues facing Philadelphia and that the University community is “extremely important.”
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: David OhIn January 2022, Oh spearheaded a bipartisan letter signed by 16 out of 17 City Council members asking Penn administrators to review the role of Amy Wax.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Warren BloomBloom says on his website that he supports youth engagement through volunteer work intended to teach local high school students about public service and civic engagement.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Amen BrownBrown has supported legislation for increased mandatory minimum sentencing requirements, according to The Philadelphia Citizen.
Meet the 2023 mayoral candidates: Jeff BrownIn a previous interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, Brown said that he decided to enter politics after learning about food deserts.
College Republicans, Penn YDSA back mayoral candidates while Penn Dems abstain from endorsementWhile Penn College Republicans will be endorsing David Oh and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America will be endorsing Helen Gym, Penn Democrats is abstaining from endorsing a single candidate in the mayoral race.
Penn Daily: Tueday, April 11th briefingListen to the top headlines on Tuesday, April 11 with our newsletter anchor.
Penn students, local politicians rally for RA union recognition in campus demonstrationThe rally was organized by United RAs at Penn and featured guest speakers such as Philadelphia mayoral candidate and 1993 College graduate Helen Gym.
Grand jury votes to indict 1968 Wharton graduate, former President Donald TrumpTrump is now the first former president to face criminal charges.
Penn Daily: Wednesday, March 29Listen to the top headlines on Wednesday, March 29 with our newsletter anchor.
Penn argues RAs and GAs are 'not employees' in response to unionization effortsPenn's response comes nearly two weeks after a supermajority of RAs and GAs filed for official unionization recognition.
Penn Daily: Friday, March 24th briefingListen to the top headlines on Friday, Mar. 24 with our newsletter anchor.
'Undervalued and unpaid': Supermajority of Penn RAs and GAs file to form unionA letter from OPEIU Local 153 was also sent to Penn President Liz Magill to announce their formation as a union and request voluntary recognition from the University.