Articles by Sophia Rosser

10/17/23 1:35am
Speakers at the rally criticized Liz Magill’s most recent statement for not including any mention of the ongoing violence against Palestinians in the region or the toll of the conflict on Palestinian students on campus. 
10/05/23 12:07am
The topics of conversation at the discussion ranged from the University City townhomes to Penn’s community engagement and gentrification of West Philadelphia.  
09/18/23 10:41pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with various political clubs at Penn to talk about their plans and objectives for the fall 2023 semester. 
04/26/23 10:19pm
On April 27, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., Be All You will have a festival in the Hall of Flags in Houston Hall.
04/26/23 8:11pm
SNF Paideia aims to instill in Penn undergraduates the skills and ethical frameworks to be engaged citizens. 
04/25/23 8:40pm
TUGSA’s new contract includes a pay increase from $19,500 a year to $24,000 a year for graduate student workers with nine-month appointments. 
03/22/23 6:18pm
Jamieson’s work focuses on campaign communication, the science of communication, and methods for preventing the spread of conspiracy theories and misinformation. 
03/01/23 10:40pm
The TUGSA strike, which began on Jan. 31, follows a year of bargaining with the university for increased pay, expanded leave, and healthcare.
02/23/23 8:16pm
The Bonner Community Scholars Program aims to increase access to higher education for first-generation and low-income students.
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