Articles by Sam Holland
2018: A year in photosIn 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.
A look into some of the most beautiful places to study on Penn's campusFrom the High Rise lounges to Fisher Fine Arts Library, take a look at some of the best places to study at Penn.
Then and now: an interactive guide to college houses through Penn's historyHousing 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.
Thirteen photos showing the impact of Trump's first year in office on PennA 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.
2017: A Year in PhotosFrom Trump's inauguration to March Madness to a Homecoming victory, a look back at 2017 in photos.
Undocumented students face obstacles in higher educationA 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.
Phila. mayor vows to keep sanctuary city statusFollowing 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.
Google web search data shows spike in "inactive voter status" in PhiladelphiaAccording to statistics from Google web searches, Philadelphia is experiencing an increase in search volume for the phrase “Inactive Voter Status.”
Dartmouth professor claims there are three types of friendships that we makeHer most recent paper, “Friends with Academic Benefits,” was recently published in Context, an academic journal published by the American Sociological Association.
Aleppo-born doctor receives scholarship at Brown UniversityA Syrian-born doctor, who has been risking his life to provide medical care to residents of Aleppo, has earned a scholarship at Brown University.
Beware the Mac update — if you want to stay on AirPennNetThe new software renders the AirPennNet service unusable across campus, according to an email from Wharton Computing.