College junior Shana Rusonis, recently elected as the Social Planning and Events Committee's president, sat down with the DP to discuss SPEC's vision for the upcoming year.
Wednesday morning, juniors in matching red shirts, canes and straw hats marched down Locust Walk to be proclaimed seniors by Penn President Amy Gutmann.
The Student Activities Council unanimously passed its $931,293 budget on Wednesday night for 2011-2012.
Although Friday’s activities and concert did not see rain, Saturday’s events were canceled or moved indoors due to blustery conditions.
Despite Friday night’s chilly weather, Penn students flocked to Franklin Field to see Ratatat, Flo Rida and Lupe Fiasco perform at this year’s Spring Fling concert.
The Undergraduate Assembly elected College junior Cynthia Ip, College sophomore Jake Shuster and College freshman Will Smith as Speaker, Treasurer and Secretary, respectively.
Since last Thursday’s release of the Hey Day 2011 T-shirt design, many juniors have been upset that they were not allowed to vote for the winning design.
Monday night, Governor Tom Corbett (R-Pa.) announced his plans to the state legislature to provide a stimulus package for Penn’s Student Activities Council.
Wharton and Engineering junior Tyler Ernst was elected UA president on Friday night. Ernst's running mate, Wharton junior Faye Cheng, was elected vice president.
Amidst loud music and free food, candidates for Undergraduate Assembly and Class Boards met with students on Locust Walk for the Nominations and Elections Committee’s annual “Get Out the Vote” event.
Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed a resolution that approved a UA mobile webpage that would link to several Penn websites.
Sunday afternoon, The Daily Pennsylvanian hosted the final presidential and vice presidential debate of the Undergraduate Assembly debate season.
Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed a resolution urging the Division of Public Safety to recognize the importance of issuing UPennAlerts.
The DP sat down with Undergraduate Assembly presidential candidates Tyler Ernst and Cornelius Range to learn a little more about them and their plans for the upcoming year.
Students have speculated that Lupe Fiasco would perform at Spring Fling since his website prematurely posted that he would perform at Franklin Field on the day of the Fling concert.
Rapper Flo Rida will join electronic duo Ratatat at the Fling concert, along with a third headlining artist whose identity is yet to be revealed.
Some students were excited about the choice of electronic duo Ratatat as the first of three Spring Fling performers, while others had never heard of the band.
The Undergraduate Assembly passed next year’s nearly $2 million budget Sunday night with ease, partly due to an increase in funding of $44,386 from the University.
Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly discussed a proposal to install and utilize stereo systems in dining halls, as well as next year's budget.
Sunday night, Penn Student Government branch leaders discussed the Undergraduate Assembly’s $1,923,377 proposed budget with UA members.