Penn’s administration is acting similarly to peer institutions, which are filing appeals against grad student elections or completely refusing to bargain with these groups.
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Despite the winter session's popularity at other institutions, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Paul Sniegowski said little support exists for the program among Penn faculty.
“This was pretty brutal,” said Engineering and Wharton junior Vatsal Jayaswal who won the $100 prize. “I thought it was a bloodbath.”
Theater Arts and English lecturer David Fox said that alhough he has seen many students write plays, this is the first fully-developed musical that he has seen from a student.
This comes several weeks after the Trump administration's rollback of certain parts of the Affordable Care Act.
“Common goals, common decency, common party — that’s what we’re trying to promote,” said College junior Nicole Rubin, one of the group’s leaders.