Administrators at the Petaluma High School have stood by their decision to end her speech early. 'We were trying to make sure our graduation ceremony was appropriate and beautiful,' Petaluma Principal David Stirrat said.
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Jamie-Lee Josselyn, the academic advisor of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein, will be dedicating her participation in the Broad Street Run to the Penn student who died in a homicide.
Although students and faculty members share confidence in Park’s leadership, many expressed concerns about the future of the program especially since there are no clear plans for Park's replacement after next year.
While administrators have indicated that there is an ongoing search for an ASAM program director, faculty and students involved in Asian American studies refute this claim.
Asa Khalif, the leader of Black Lives Matter in Pennsylvania said that if no action is taken against Wax by Mar. 23, he plans to disrupt classes and lead petitions across Penn's campus.
While students and alumni largely expressed gratitude for this action, many say that more needs to be done for diversity initiatives at the school. The alumni, too, who drafted the petition reflect on its effectiveness.
The petition calls for the dismissal of Wax's claims, and for a course of action, ideally including the removal of Wax from teaching first year courses and from committees involving the direction of the Law school.
The letter argues that the 'believe the victim' approach endangers the accused’s rights to due process, or fair treatment in determining the person's guilt.
Over 540 flights departing from and arriving to the Philadelphia International Airport were canceled on Friday, March 2 because of the storm.
At the discussion, entitled, “Unpacking Anti-Asian Discrimination,” students shared their responses and discussed the racial and social class tensions surrounding the incident.
The memorial, entitled, #BlazeItForward, was organized to thank volunteers who helped search for Bernstein when he went missing and who continued to help the family after his body was found.
Laughter and tears filled the Kelly Writer's House this afternoon as friends and family of College sophomore Blaze Bernstein shared personal stories of the 19-year-old Penn student.
From a panel on career tips to a discussion on mental health, the panels and workshops on Saturday, Feb. 19, focused on the future of students in attendance.
A Faculty Inclusion Report reported that in 2016 women made up 18.6 percent of the Engineering faculty, but current data indicates it has dropped to 16.7 percent.
“Blaze wouldn’t want us to stop because of him. He was very thoughtful,” Penn Appétit Culinary Director and College sophomore Jennifer Higa said.
The parade extended from Lincoln Financial Field stadium to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and approximately three million people were expected to be in attendance, though no official data was since released.
The Monday session will be conducted in English and the Wednesday session in Mandarin Chinese.
The LGBTQ Faculty Diversity Working Group was created in 2011 by the LGBT Center in response to a perceived lack of inclusivity for LGBTQ faculty in the University's diversity initiatives.
Penn's Asian American Studies Program, now left without a formal director, has long lobbied for funding, support, and more teaching space for courses.
“It really should not matter what your family means are or what you were born into, but that a good education should always be accessible,” an administrator from the School of Social Policy & Practice said.