Even though women represent every socioeconomic status, education level and religion — our gender has become another way to polarize the polls.
When I attended Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally at the Palestra in April 2008, I had no trouble getting a seat. What a difference four years can make.
With public education being an issue that could potentially be influenced by the election, members of the Penn community came together Monday to discuss the future of the city’s school system.
Two years ago, freshmen and sophomores stood in high school watching the nation decide the fate of U.S. politics. This year, they get to be a part of it. Many first time voters are excited to vote either in their home states or here in Pennsylvania.
About 40 students from PLTV will be scattered throughout campus operating and manning the voting process. They will check in voters, explain the process to first-time voters and tabulate numbers at the end of the day.
The UA had a diverse range of topics on its plate to cover at Sunday night’s general body meeting.
The Ivy League has a history of leadership in education and ground-breaking research, but this year it’s being recognized for its innovation in another category: student-athlete safety. “So what?” you might say.
Like the presidency, the head coaching position in football is left open to much scrutiny, but Al Bagnoli should not be doubted in light of his record as the Quakers’ coach.
Although not in effect for this election, Pennsylvania’s voter identification law could still cause confusion at the polls. Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson handed down an injunction on the voter ID law on Oct.
There’s a lot to get done between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on election day. The Penn community is determined not to waste any of these hours. Political groups on campus are making a final push in campaigning for their parties and get-out-the-vote efforts.
While the youth voter turnout may not reach the recent high set in 2008, many experts are still expecting a large number of young people to show up at the polls Tuesday.
Participants in Penn’s Washington Semester Program have spent this fall “studying abroad” in Washington, D.C. However, while these students have found themselves at the center of the nation’s political scene, many feel that the last few months in D.C. have been surprisingly calm.
Later Tuesday night, Adam Cook will find out whether he has earned a seat among the nation’s powerful lawmakers. Cook, a 1999 College graduate, is running to represent Virginia’s First District in the House of Representatives.
Both presidential campaigns have put Pennsylvania back on the map in the final stretch of the election. The campaigns are courting Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes with advertisement buys and campaign stops by candidates and high-profile surrogates.
A crowd of 9,300 students and Philadelphia residents waited in a line that wrapped up around Franklin Field and stretched onto the South Street bridge. VIDEO: Bill Clinton at the Palestra PHOTO GALLERY: Bill Clinton at the Penn
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