Articles by Paige Rawiszer
Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang discusses entrepreneurship at on-campus eventStudent groups proposed a policy initiative to a group of distinguished judges, including former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter.
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Phila. mayoral candidate Jeff Brown talks with DP about student vote at campus eventBrown said that Penn students have the potential to sway the results of the mayoral election.
Penn political groups divided on affirmative action, debate methods for diverse admissionsPoliticians across the ideological spectrum have disagreed about the future of affirmative action ahead of the court's ruling for two cases filed by Students for Fair Admissions against Harvard University and the University of North Carolina.
Penn student groups from across political spectrum take part in GPA debateDuring the debate, panelists discussed political issues such as crime and criminal justice, affirmative action, environmental justice, and minimum wage policies.
Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America to host event with Phila. city council candidateMclllmurray is running for one of the open at-large seats on the council.
Three Phila. mayoral candidates with Penn connections speak to DP about campaignsPenn community members include 2016 master's graduate Cherelle Parker, 1993 College graduate Helen Gym, and 2000 Wharton certificate-holder James DeLeon.
Penn's political groups 'hope to keep momentum going' following midterm electionsRepresentatives from College Republicans, Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America, and Penn Dems hope to focus on the Philadelphia mayoral race and increasing engagement within the Penn community.
Penn graduate reads from her debut novel, "Big Girl," at Kelly Writers House eventThis past Tuesday at Kelly Writers House, Sullivan read two excerpts from her new novel, focusing on the central themes of race, self-image, femininity, class, and sexuality.
Perelman School of Medicine Professor Emeritus Stanley Baum has died at 92Baum served as a professor of radiology at the Perelman School of Medicine and as the chair of the department for over 20 years.
Penn Libraries will receive gift of South Asian historical collectionThe collection includes items from South Asia, the Indian Ocean, and Jewish history.
Penn professor Marjorie Margolies releases memoir on the impact of motherhood on her careerThe memoir is titled “And How Are the Children? Timeless Lessons from the Frontlines of Motherhood," and features a foreword by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.