Democracy works, but only when one key ingredient is added: you and your fellow citizens.
Race-based affirmative action is antiquated and nonsensical.
The key tenet of veganism is not to cast judgment on others, but to ensure that we are knowledgeable about the food served on our plates.
Hoping to be the first GOP nominee to paint Pennsylvania red since 1988, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a campaign stop in Bucks County Sunday night.
Penn’s vibrant and enthusiastic energy showed while he discussed the sociology of the media and his experiences working in Hollywood as a second-generation Indian American.
History was not meant to repeat itself as the Red and Blue fell Saturday evening to the Tigers, 4-2, at Roberts Stadium. With the victory, the Tigers captured the league crown outright as well as an automatic berth to the NCAA tournament.
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Following another fourth quarter comeback for the cardiac Quakers, the Ivy League title will have to go through Franklin Field next weekend after Penn beat Princeton, 28-21, on Saturday.
D’Souza’s film takes a look at President Obama’s Kenyan background and how his past has influenced his political actions today.
Wharton professor Matt Duggan, challenged two MBA students — one Democrat and one Republican — to defend why their candidate’s various policies are best for the nation.
The National Association of College and University Business Officers and the Commonfund Institute released a series of preliminary findings that showed an average investment loss of 0.3 percent for 463 colleges and universities nationwide in FY 2012.
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Many students are reluctant to give research a go because they view it as a boring or isolating activity. But, in reality, research is an extremely collaborative process, one that epitomizes creativity in an academic field.
One of Coloretti’s best known accomplishments is her involvement in the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which she calls “the most challenging and interesting thing at Treasury.”
For his incomparable dedication to serving the less fortunate, while catering to the middle class, I whole-heartedly endorse President Barack Obama for a second term.