From the Compass to Van Pelt Library, campus on Tuesday was a frenzy of student groups urging students to register on the last day before the Oct. 11 deadline.
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Close to 20 students decorated College Green with eight-feet-tall artwork and posters with the slogan, “Your body, your vote.”
At least seven former or current college housing staffers, including four house deans, say they have spoken to Human Resources about Redman. The portrait they describe is of an administrative unit beset with frustration over a leader many regard as sexist at worst and woefully insensitive at best.
Chanting barbs against the “homos” as well as Catholics and Jews, four preachers assembled next to the Benjamin Franklin Statue in front of College Hall around noon.
The decision came upon the unanimous recommendation of an Ad Hoc Advisory Committee on Divestment assigned to review divestment.
The letter, which includes signatures of women from 18 affiliated sororities, off-campus organizations, co-ed fraternities and multicultural groups, described a pervasive reality at campuses nationwide that “targets women and brands them as inferiors, or simply objects for the male gaze.”
Since the protests started on Tuesday, over thirty current members of OZ have not responded to repeated, individual requests for comment.
Individual members of both off-campus group OAX and an affiliated sorority that asked not to be named harshly criticized OZ and said they left group chats with members of the group.
Hundreds of flyers featuring an email sent by an account email@example.com were posted across campus on Tuesday morning, stamped with “This is what rape culture looks like" and "We are watching."
In interviews with four former Office of College House Computing employees and two student ITAs the picture of a small office on the precipice of boiling over comes into focus.
Arthur Halim, who entered Penn with the Class of 2016, died in Portland, Oregon on July 30, surrounded by his loved ones.
Eric Schoenberg, who will teach a class at Wharton in the fall on family wealth, upped his political contributions by over 718% in order to stop Trump.
In a change of plans, Vice President Joe Biden will be at the main University Commencement on Monday, the Division of Public Safety said on Thursday night.
The flooding began with a broken sprinkler in room 713, residents and Facilities and Real Estate Services workers on the scene said.
On Hey Day, scores of juniors were blocked from entering the Quad with some witnesses even describing a tense standoff between Penn Police, AlliedBarton security guards and the boisterous students.
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Jamal Morris, 27, was riding a red, Chainboard bike around 4 a.m. on Saturday morning when he was struck by a car at the intersection of 45th and Market streets.
A group of Penn students read anonymously submitted testimonials about struggling with mental health in an hourlong demonstration on College Green entitled “You Are Not Alone: A Demonstration of Support for Mental Health Awareness."
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Gutmann chose to conduct close to 90 percent of her work-related communication on a private email server with the domain name “Penn_HBIC.”