Author Archives: Penn Dems

Stop HB934 Tomorrow!!

This is our final stand to stop the bill we’ve been protesting for weeks. Here’s how: Stop HB934 Study Break and Phone Banking! Tomorrow (December 14th) at noon in Houston Market (tables close to Hall of Flags)   If you can’t make it, here’s how to make calls and emails from home: Below is a

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Patrick Murphy coming to Penn!

Come hear from former Congressman, Iraq War veteran, and Attorney General Candidate Patrick Murphy! Wednesday, November 30th 8:30 – 9:00 PM Huntsman Hall, Room TBD Penn Dems Elections will follow, and voting members are expected to stay and vote for all 9 positions, so please do not plan to leave before 11:30. 

Run for Penn Dems Board!

If you want to run for the board, please email your statement of candidacy to by Sunday, November 27 at midnight. In your statement (~300 words), please indicate the position you are seeking and explain why you are running and why you are qualified. These paragraphs will be sent over the listserv on Monday

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HB934 Voting Rights Activism Project

Do you prefer cookies or brownies?  Vote for your favorite baked good on Locust Walk and you’ll get a free cookie or brownie. But wait…do you have the right ID? If HB934 passes the PA State Senate (it already passed the State House), you won’t be able to vote in the upcoming election unless you

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Big Events This Week

Hey Dems! Here are some things to get you through midterms. Saturday, October 29th @ 2:30 PM BILL CLINTON Temple University Mitten Hall 1913 N Broad Street President Clinton will be speaking in support of Mayor Michael Nutter’s re-election campaign. A group of us will meet at The Compass (37th and Locust) at 1:00 PM

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VP Joe Biden about Jobs

Today, Penn was graced with the presence of Vice President Biden at Bodek Lounge in Houston Hall. He spoke about jobs, safety, and security all in relation to our futures. We attempted to get pictures with him; some more successful than others. Your Membership Director, Graham White, and Multimedia Chair, Alex Lee, were yelled at

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