Articles by Sam Holland

12/12/18 6:08pm
In 2018, students stormed into Center City when the Eagles won the Super Bowl, threw a "throwback show" for Spring Fling, and planned a (failed) protest against the decision to close Huntsman Hall early. Take a look back at this past year in photos.
10/28/18 7:25pm
From the High Rise lounges to Fisher Fine Arts Library, take a look at some of the best places to study at Penn.
10/10/18 11:33pm
Housing at Penn has undergone significant transformations over the years. From the earliest on-campus housing in the Quadrangle to the newly-renovated Hill College House, The Daily Pennsylvanian explored just how much Penn dorms have changed.
01/19/18 10:17pm
A year since Trump was inaugurated, here are some top moments photographed by The Daily Pennsylvanian that document the political activism of members of the Penn community.
12/12/17 10:14pm
From Trump's inauguration to March Madness to a Homecoming victory, a look back at 2017 in photos.
11/30/16 9:35pm
A recent article published by Newsweek outlined the challenges for undocumented students’ access to higher education, and the problems that they may face when Donald Trump takes office.
11/15/16 3:24pm
Following Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, Mayor Jim Kenney released a statement on Thursday regarding the Philadelphia’s sanctuary city status. In his statement, the mayor vowed to keep Philly’s status as a haven for undocumented immigrants—something that he himself reinstated after being sworn-in in early 2014.
11/08/16 3:35pm
According to statistics from Google web searches, Philadelphia is experiencing an increase in search volume for the phrase “Inactive Voter Status.”
11/03/16 3:28pm
Her most recent paper, “Friends with Academic Benefits,” was recently published in Context, an academic journal published by the American Sociological Association. 
10/25/16 3:27pm
A Syrian-born doctor, who has been risking his life to provide medical care to residents of Aleppo, has earned a scholarship at Brown University.
10/24/16 11:37pm
The new software renders the AirPennNet service unusable across campus, according to an email from Wharton Computing. 
10/18/16 7:00pm
A 2015 survey at NYU revealed there were 45,399 unused meal swipes from just 523 students. One graduate student is combating this by facilitating meet-ups between students with extra swipes and students who don't have enough.
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