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Engineering seniors Alberto Jimenez and Justin Gonsalves founded the Underrepresented Student Advisory Board for Engineers last December, and are now in the process of electing new memmbers like a mandated woman of color position.
Attendees received physical handbooks as they checked in, and volunteers filled in their health information as they went through the fair.
The permits come one year after the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Ted Kreider, Penn Medicine Student“I think one thing this election has given me is a lot of anxiety. Beyond being anxiety-provoking it has been inspiring to see the unity within the Democratic party. That’s something that has gotten me excited and hopeful for the future. I have some dread and a lot of hope and I’m confident that Hillary is going to come through.”
Eytan Deener-Agus, College '20“I’m excited that this is the first time I get to vote. I woke up this morning with everyone in PennDems cheering in the Quad. I felt like I was empowered – I had a say. I was excited to go out and vote. That’s my general sentiment for today. I’m voting for a change in the way we interact. I’m hoping to broaden the horizons for all people in America.”
Christopher Proano, College '20“Coming in I started off as a Bernie supporter but after the primaries and seeing Hillary win I was a bit doubtful of her. Now I feel like I’m voting for something good instead of just voting against Trump.”
Ila Sethi and Yvonne Yen, College '20Ila: “It was my first time voting which was pretty exciting especially because it is a presidential election. I think the environment at Penn is really just awesome for it because it’s super politically charged right now. I got to see Joe Biden earlier today which was just awesome. Hopefully we’ll either be celebrating or drowning in our sorrows.”Yvonne: “I’m not from here and my country does not give people voting rights, so to me voting is a special privilege that I think everyone should take advantage of. I’m super interested in this election and we’re going to a watch party later today we’ll see how that goes.”
Adina Singer, College '20“It was my first time voting which was incredibly exciting. Honestly I think I’m more excited for the election to be over than the voting itself. I personally registered my first day on campus and found out I wasn’t registered which was pretty devastating. I ended up filling out a provisional ballot.
Some RAs and GAs go the extra mile in support of the students they look after.