Articles by James Meadows

10/17/17 4:58pm
While many professors have chosen to incorporate mental health resources into their syllabi, it is not mandated for them to do so. The UA is working with the Faculty Senate to change that. 
10/11/17 11:48pm
All Penn students have to pay Penn tuition when they take a semester abroad, but this can often be more than the tuition of the school they are actually studying at. 
09/30/17 7:13pm
Members of the Undergraduate Assembly initially proposed having CIS count towards students' language requirements. 
09/28/17 6:27pm
Under the midday sun, students held up signs to protest Heather Mac Donald who has argued repeatedly that the Black Lives Matter movement perpetuates a "war on cops."
09/27/17 6:09pm
Less than three months after College sophomores Shane Goldstein and Vanessa Wanyandeh were elected to be the College Chairs for their Class Board, they transferred schools. 
09/22/17 10:08am
“I’m very happy with the volume of candidates this year,” said a NEC leader. “Some of the races were very close.” 
09/20/17 9:54pm
“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." 
09/18/17 9:08pm
Students raised examples of police shutting down philanthropy events, birthday parties and small movie nights. 
09/14/17 9:00am
Last year, Penn’s chapter of Colleges Against Cancer and the Penn Society for International Development were denied funding for charity events. 
09/11/17 3:46pm
Last year, SAC awarded 49 percent of all requests for contingency funding. 
08/28/17 10:33am
Last year, roughly 18 clubs applied for SAC recognition, but only 12 were successful. 
08/23/17 7:15am
Changes include a new set of guidelines designed to make recruitment more transparent.
04/23/17 10:57pm
Held every year on the Friday of Fling, the feast serves as a way for the Orthodox Jewish community to come together and celebrate while honoring Shabbat — a weekly holiday where Orthodox Jews traditionally abstain from work and using electricity. 
04/10/17 9:44pm
Nursing seniors Marcus Henderson and Ian McCurry are recipients of the 2017 President’s Engagement Prize, which awards $100,000 to put towards their project. 
03/27/17 5:47pm
FFP resumed the sit-in Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m. and College sophomore and Rissman said members of FFP left their second series of talks with administrators on Tuesday afternoon. 
03/15/17 9:29pm
The project's philosophy is simple: recognizing those experiencing homelessness as people first, and their condition of being homeless second.
02/14/17 8:44pm
In preparation for one week during the summer, members of the Penn chapter of Camp Kesem spend the academic year fundraising, training and planning for camp. They are currently gearing up for one their biggest fundraising events, the “Make the Magic” silent auction. 
02/08/17 2:04pm
In a voice vote, the Arkansas House Education Committee rejected a proposal that would have prevented state universities from instituting “sanctuary” polices, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.
02/05/17 10:03pm
Jon Ehrens, a local WHYY radio host and producer of “Radio Times,” moderated the event and fielded questions from the audience.
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