Among other things at its Sunday night general body meeting, the Undergraduate Assembly had a heated discussion with one of its fellow branches of student government, the Nominations and Elections Committee.
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The voter turnout for the run-off election was 36.3 percent, according to NEC Chair and Engineering and Wharton senior Alec Miller.
In addition to endorsing a new alcohol safety pilot program, the Undergraduate Assembly turned its attention to a number of other projects at its Sunday night general body meeting.
Students will have to wait until Sunday afternoon to hear the results of the freshman Class Board and Undergraduate Assembly elections.
Voting for freshman elections began at 12:01 a.m. Monday and will close at 5 p.m. Friday. Students have been casting their votes online, and candidates have been busy campaigning and getting their names out to the Penn community.
Founded over the summer, the Women’s Political League is dedicated to creating opportunities for women to get more involved in politics and leadership roles at Penn.
In its first-ever live-streamed general body meeting, the Undergraduate Assembly turned its attention toward a number of projects in the midst of freshmen elections. UA also covered G.O. system.
Among the 61 freshmen running for positions within student government, 23 students are competing for eight available spots on the UA while 11 are vying for the position of Class Board president.
SPEC Concerts Co-Director and Wharton senior Ronnie DiSimone said that although SPEC Concerts typically puts on an indie-rock show, it wanted to take an alternative route with this year’s artist.
Lam said it was a difficult decision because he had served on the UA for two years, but ultimately he wants to make the most of his remaining two years at Penn.
Through Penn’s “Take Your Professor to Lunch” program, students are able to have a one-on-one conversation with their professors while enjoying a meal on Penn’s dime.
The Undergraduate Assembly has a meeting to discuss the upcoming semester, including a new service called PennHelp and a preliminary discussion about whether students should be allowed to take written examinations on their laptops.
Relay for Life, an all-night event to help raise awareness and funds for cancer research through the American Cancer Society, held its ninth annual event at Penn Saturday night on Franklin Field.
Tuesday evening in Claudia Cohen Hall’s Terrace Room, Glenn Lowry spoke to the group of students, professors and art curators as SPEC Art Gallery’s first ever speaker event.
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s fiery personality was unmistakable Wednesday night in Zellerbach Theater at the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts. Ferguson is best known for his role on the award-winning sitcom Modern Family.
Michael Sachs gave a lecture in Silverman Hall Thursday night to medical students, professors of neurology, doctors and neuropsychologists on the growing public health issue surrounding concussions.