Articles by Kate Ratner

12/02/22 12:40am
After an on-campus rally, students attended the University Council’s Open Forum, where they addressed the Penn's sustainability policies and the administration’s response to student protestors.
11/07/22 11:16pm
Before heading to the polls, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide for the midterm elections detailing how and where to vote and a brief run-down on all the candidates.
11/07/22 11:12pm
The “Get Out The Vote Rally,” sponsored by NextGen America, MoveOn Political Action, and the Working Families Party, took place at Franklin Music Hall on Nov. 6. 
11/07/22 11:08pm
Pennsylvanians will either elect Democrat Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro or Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano as the state’s 48th governor.
11/07/22 11:07pm
Pennsylvania's competitive primary election has left Republican Mehmet Oz to face Democrat Lt. Gov. John Fetterman on the general election ballot.
10/04/22 1:04am
Penn's Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law, in partnership with the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, released a 13-point legal blueprint.
09/20/22 10:41pm
Penn's branch of Students for Shapiro has amassed over 60 members since the start of the semester. 
05/08/22 9:25pm
The award-winning documentary filmmaker will deliver Penn’s 2022 commencement speech on May 16. 
04/25/22 12:10pm
FFP Campaign Coordinator and College sophomore Sarah Sterinbach called the protest "the most successful action in FFP history." 
04/14/22 12:02am
The walkout and protest was held in response to Fierceton’s two-year-long dispute with University administrators to recognize her first-generation, low-income status as a survivor of sexual abuse and the American foster care system.
04/11/22 2:14am
The Nominations & Elections Committee announced the results of the recent election on April 9.
03/28/22 12:54am
On March 22, the district announced the Facilities Planning Process, a plan to renovate Philadelphia school buildings and meet students' educational needs with community input.
02/28/22 12:32am
Restaurateur Stephen Starr reopened Pod as KPod on Feb. 9, after almost two years of a COVID-19 pandemic-induced shutdown.
02/06/22 10:12pm
According to Philadelphia Health Commissioner Cheryl Bettigole, most Philadelphians have not yet received the booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine which is necessary to combat the Omicron variant.
01/27/22 10:17pm
Once the application closes, students will be able to choose their unit based on an assigned timeslot — which will be distributed by Residential Services based on a point system.
12/06/21 11:46pm
The School District will end its relationship with Kelly Educational Services, a network for substitutes and temporary workers in schools, at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
11/16/21 12:03am
The Carol Emmott Fellowship provides resources and mentorship to exemplary women in medical fields.
11/02/21 12:14am
This settlement is the largest sum the city had paid in the case of an armed person killed by police.
10/18/21 9:06pm
With the bill, Philadelphia becomes the first big city to ban these traffic stops that disproportionately affect people of color.
10/04/21 8:33pm
Triple-negative breast cancers are aggressive and less commonly diagnosed subtypes of breast cancer that make up 10-20% of all breast cancers.
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