While candidates for positions throughout the UA argued about the success and implementation of projects, espousing their special connections with various administrators, we — and many others — remain unconvinced that he UA has any significant sway with Penn's administrators.
To participate properly, the UA, its members and — most of all — its president need to be representative of the entire undergraduate student body.
On Feb. 26, the University announced another tuition increase for undergraduate programs. This marks the sixth consecutive year that the tuition has been raised by 3.9 percent.
With the release of the Mental Health Task Force’s recommendations, many are left feeling dissatisfied with the efforts made to improve quality of life for students.
The University is not exempt from the lessons of this tragedy. UNC Chapel Hill, in many ways, resembles Penn. It is academically rigorous, diverse and has a significant Muslim student population.
Currently, the voting period for a referendum to divest Penn’s endowment from fossil fuels and to reinvest at least a portion of that money into clean energy is underway. Although voting is open until 5 p.m. on Friday, most people who care enough about the issue to go out of their ways to vote have probably already done so.