The Undergraduate Assembly held internal elections on Sunday
afternoon to elect its executive board for the upcoming year.
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is "boring" guy in real life.Or so he says. "When I'm writing is when I get to be exciting," he said.
Chilcote won the VP seat while Bittar was also disqualified.
Due to security concerns, David Guetta will be performing the Spring Fling concert in Irvine Auditorium. Students who purchased floor tickets after winning them in last week’s lottery will be refunded, and a new lottery will open Tuesday to distribute tickets for seats in Irvine.
After a three-hour trial, the Nominations and Elections Committee is deliberating whether Undergraduate Assembly presidential candidate Gabe Delaney and UA vice presidential candidate Julie Bittar violated election rules — which could result in their disqualification.
A secret SPEC committee was tasked last year with collecting and collating information about students’ online lives and habits from numerous sources.
As SPEC reveals the final details for this year’s Spring
Fling, one of the organization’s sub-committees —SPEC-TRUM— is preparing to
bring three of hip hop’s rising stars to campus next month.
The race for student body president is heating up.
"Digital psychedelic funk" artist Tobacco will headline the concert.
While no rules were broken, since only UA members can propose amendments, the last-minute proposition marked a deviation from typical budget proceedings and resulted in confusion among UA members and meeting attendees.
UA Vice President Gabe Delaney and UA Representative Joyce Kim, both college juniors, turned in their petitions to run for UA president today.
closed executive meeting of the Undergraduate Assembly contributed to a
postponement of the annual budget process, leaving other branches of student
government without an official budget allocation until March 23.
Class Boards plan to add to the mental health initiatives on campus and host the Wellness Project, working with CAPS to coordinate Mental Health Week and implementing Wellness Wednesdays.
Last year, the Bureau issued 31 citations to students at 2 off-campus parties during Fling
Professors on Business Ethics and Philosophy brought upon the UA the topic of Penn's assets in tobacco companies, urging the Assembly to speak out against the university's endorsements.
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education elected Luis Siegmund as its new chair. He discussed the body’s plans to connect Penn students.
During this week’s meeting, the UA delved on the prospect of a new research-oriented pre-orientation program: also discussed was the creation of a new mental health forum and the new “Got Consent?” campaign.
The UA also voted to sponsor the development of a Penn mobile app and to change the UA president and vice president prerequisites.
The Office of Admissions is now instructing tour guides, who are members of the Kite and Key Society, to say less about starting new clubs or language courses.
The general body also was updated about Admitted Student Outreach, a program being piloted with Early Decision admits to facilitate connections with relevant student leaders.