In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn President Amy Gutmann, who is trained in political philosophy and political science, discussed the balance between fighting racism while protecting free speech.
Nursing freshman Delaney Jenkins was underwhelmed after viewing her admissions files.
While Penn's new mental health task force report may have invigorated student initiatives and new awareness programs to foster a more supportive culture, many students who have used Penn’s mental health resources are disappointed by the Task Force’s inadequate discussion of ongoing problems with existing services.
On Thursday, the Bioethics Commission chaired by Penn President Amy Gutmann released a report outlining fourteen recommendations addressing some of the ethical questions raised by neuroscience.
As a symbol of the university, the president should make some effort to personally connect with the students, and not just in queueing photoshoots at holiday soirees.
While candidates for positions throughout the UA argued about the success and implementation of projects, espousing their special connections with various administrators, we — and many others — remain unconvinced that he UA has any significant sway with Penn's administrators.