FFP members stood silently along the wall across from Penn President Amy Gutmann, armed with computer print-outs that read slogans like “Stop Funding Climate Change."
While peer institutions like Harvard have taken steps to ban Greek institutions altogether, Penn administrators say the Task Force has no such intention.
College senior Kate Jeon's installation chronicles the names of the 14 Penn students who have died by suicide since 2013.
“The guy that screws in the light bulb for the President of the University makes more than us, and we protect the whole university," said the Penn Police Association President.
The suit alleges that the University exposed former Penn researcher Jeffrey Ware to high levels of radiation, causing him to develop brain cancer. Ware died from the cancer in 2011.
“I think the ask is pretty simple – for the University to make a legal fund and also to tell the students publicly that we stand behind you."
“In many respects, Arts and Sciences sits at the core of the University,” School of Arts and Sciences Dean Steven Fluharty said.
Paul Miller's legacy as Trustees Chair and the driving force behind a $1 billion capital campaign for Penn was memorialized recently in a Penn Almanac feature.
The accidental breach of privacy is only likely to result in a "slap on the wrist" in terms of legal repercussions, lawyers say.
It's clear that students are taking classes outside of their home schools, but more than six administrative offices said they had no information on what percentage of students were doing so, or what specific classes they were taking.
These ancillary costs vary across the Study Abroad programs offered by Penn and can be difficult to predict beforehand.
The shutdown of a registered, philanthropic event held by the sorority Alpha Phi was an error on the part of Penn Police, said the Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush.
Gutmann thinks Philadelphia's universities would provide "top talent, ideas and creativity" for the tech giant looking for a city to house its next headquarters.
Any student who visits SHS is met with this question: “In the past two weeks, have you been bothered by any of the following problems: feeling down, depressed, irritable or hopeless?”
“We understand that there may be a feeling that [the Event Observers] are out shutting out all the parties right now,” said Executive Director of the Office of Student Affairs Katie Bonner. “I would like to dispel that myth."
United by Blue's expansion marks the latest in a string of changes to the dining scene around Penn.
CAPS has significantly expanded and diversified its resources in the past few years.
Some faculty members were formally notified of the recent death of College senior Nicholas Moya days after it occurred. Others never received a notification from the University.
Members of the task force concluded that ongoing initiatives have been adequately addressing the issue of mental health on campus.
On Aug. 31, the same top three University officials emailed about Hurricane Harvey, including many same resources and details.