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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
Tonight Young Americans for Obama hosted a nationally broadcast student summit in Houston Hall to mark the official launch of Obama’s “Greater Together” initiative. The event was designed to allow students to engage in dialogue about issues affecting the youth of America with senior political leaders. Speakers included Mayor Nutter, Obama’s campaign manager Jim Messina,
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
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
Penn Dems went on SEPTA to Center City and visited OBAMA2012 HQ. There was lots of food, and the music was great courtesy of DJ DIAMOND KUTS (and her bejeweled computer)! We also passed Occupy Philly. I had FUN, did you? See more pictures at out PHOTOS page!
Think you know everything about politics? Want to see how you stack up against other politically-minded students? Join us for Political Quizzo co-hosted by Penn Democrats, College Republicans, Penn Political Review, and Penn In Washington for a night of drinking, politics, and fun! Come alone or with a team. Each round, the winning team with
WHERE: Claudia Cohen G-17 WHEN: 6:00-7:30, Tuesday, September 20 Ms. Kissling will discuss how she squares being a Catholic, a feminist, and a political activist for a woman’s right to choose. About the speaker: For 25 years Frances Kissling led Catholics for Choice in challenging Vatican opposition to legal abortion and articulating prochoice Catholic views.
Our first GBM of the school year will be Tuesday, September 13th at 7 PM in JMHH (Huntsman Hall) 340. Allegro’s, the Official Pizza of Democracy, will be served.
Welcome (back) to Penn! Boy, have you got a lot to look forward to! September 7th: Republican Presidential Debate Party WHERE? Phi Kappa Psi, 3934 Spruce Street WHEN? 7:40 PM The Republican hopefuls will court us for votes. Successfully? Nah. Really good refreshments will be served. September 9th: Welcome Back BBQ WHERE? Phi Kappa Sigma (“Skulls”),