Articles by Jonah Miller

12/11/23 11:57pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s political coverage this year spanned from controversy with the Penn Biden Center to a Penn graduate winning election to Philadelphia’s highest public office.
12/10/23 7:31pm
The House Committee on Education and the Workforce members and Pennsylvania state politicians react to Magill's resignation.
12/09/23 4:30pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a timeline of the University’s defining moments during Magill's year and a half as Penn’s president.
12/07/23 1:37pm
In a statement provided to the DP, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) wrote that the committee will use its "full Congressional authority" to hold Penn accountable for antisemitism on campus.
12/07/23 11:10am
Penn President Liz Magill's future at the University remains unclear as the controversy over her testimony before Congress continues to intensify.
12/07/23 2:04am
During the hearing, Magill said it was "context dependent" when asked whether individuals calling for the genocide of Jewish people violate Penn’s code of conduct. 
12/06/23 7:12pm
Magill’s video comes after 24 hours of harsh criticism, including from Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro.
12/05/23 12:32am
The Daily Pennsylvanian broke down the key context behind Magill's upcoming testimony and what else people can expect at the hearing.
11/20/23 1:32am
Christie spoke about antisemitism on college campuses and said Magill, in addition to the presidents of Harvard and Cornell universities, should be fired.
11/16/23 12:12am
Around 50 attendees watched representatives from Penn College Republicans, Penn Democrats, Penn for Liberty, and the Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America debate a variety of topics.
11/09/23 2:41am
Students volunteers and voters showed up to the polls on campus, contributing to a historic result in the 2023 Philadelphia mayoral election.
11/09/23 1:04am
According to a press release, Makhija — who also has served as President of IMPACT, a national South Asian civic organization — is the first-ever Indian American and Asian American elected county commissioner.
11/07/23 12:02am
Philadelphia will choose its 100th Mayor, either Republican David Oh or Democrat Cherelle Parker.
11/07/23 12:00am
Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America shared their preparations, plans, and endorsements ahead of Election Day.
11/01/23 11:34am
The plan comes after several high-profile donors have criticized the administration for their response to the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and the ongoing violence between Hamas and Israel.
10/17/23 12:22am
In January, the Department of Justice began reviewing classified documents that were found at Penn’s Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, a University think tank based in Washington, D.C.
10/09/23 12:01am
Previously, RAs and GRAs overwhelmingly chose to unionize in a 142-22 vote, representing an approximate 75% turnout from the University’s nearly 220 RA. 
09/28/23 9:40pm
Voting took place over two days, from Sept. 27 to 28, in the Golkin Room on the second floor of Houston Hall.
09/27/23 12:00am
A simple majority of votes in favor of unionizing will allow the vote to pass and continue a trend among peer universities.
09/21/23 12:28pm
"When I walked into Hillel, I noticed that the lobby was completely trashed — one of the podiums was smashed, one of the tables was smashed. There was stuff everywhere," a witness said.
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