Student Government

03/30/15 12:02am
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.
03/26/15 2:52pm

Guest column by Aidan McConnell and Bill Ding | Your voice, your ideas, every step of the way

Throughout the Undergraduate Assembly campaign, we’ve learned so much from talking with you, learning about your passions and reflecting on the insights that you believe will help Penn become a better place to live and thrive.
03/26/15 2:11am

Guest column by Jane Meyer and Ray Clark | More than school, it's our home

The Penn community has a diverse collection of backgrounds, experiences and interests. As a student body, we are at our best when we collaborate, so that’s why we are planning to improve relationships between Greek life and cultural groups, increase male involvement in sexual assault prevention, and also bring the UA closer to the students to raise the level of transparency in student government.
03/26/15 2:09am
To participate properly, the UA, its members and — most of all — its president need to be representative of the entire undergraduate student body.
09/09/14 12:01pm

IMPACT magazine and UA team up to encourage student-suggested solutions

The Student Solution Sessions will encourage students to come up with solutions to problems at Penn. The Undergraduate Assembly will present the suggestions to the administration.
09/02/14 5:53pm
The Undergraduate Assembly is working to revamp the Penn Transit route to include stops at 30th Street Station and Trader Joe’s.
04/28/14 11:06pm

Undergraduate Assembly bans laptops at meetings

The move sparked unexpected controversy among leaders of student government branches.
04/23/14 11:34pm

An end in sight for SAC moratorium

Under the Student Activities Councils' plan, the moratorium may partially lift after their first General Body Meeting of the fall semester, which typically falls in October.