Sunday’s 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.
The petition to impeach the UA president fell short by one vote, sources say
The Social Planning and Events Committee would have to spend more than 11 times its $175,000 Spring Fling grant to afford Queen Bey’s reported $2 million dollar fee.
Last year, the Bureau issued 31 citations to students at 2 off-campus parties during Fling
Every Monday, the multipurpose room of W.E.B Du Bois College House takes on a purpose all its own.
Can I take your picture?”
A Penn student shields her camera from the flurries falling from the sky, waiting for a group of tourists to respond.
Student focus groups are the main method of evaluation
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 Wharton Undergraduate Giving Society wants you to “pay it forward.”
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education elected Luis Siegmund as its new chair. He discussed the body’s plans to connect Penn students.
Three Penn grads-turned-film-producers talk about their journey together, and the various merits and struggles associated with creating an independent film.
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.
Brush up on your disco and practice your peace signs – Spring Fling is going to be a groovy blast from the past.
The Penn Students of Actively Moving Forward reaches out to grieving students, providing peer-led support groups and service projects across campus and Philadelphia.
In its first meeting of the semester, the UA discussed expanding Penn’s psychological resources and moving the add/drop deadline, amongst other topics.
The Daily Pennsylvanian previews a month of events for seniors.
Penn Egyptologists discovered the tomb and remains of King Woseribre Senebkay, confirming the existence of a mysterious dynasty which was proposed in 1997.
The research focuses on two angles: the factors that affect a student’s decision to participate in recruitment, and its effects on the student’s perceived social support.
Tonight’s show at the Psi Upsilon fraternity house will include various performing arts groups such as Mask and Wig and The Vagina Monologues.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is hosting about 50 students from Henry C. Lea Elementary School for Halloween activities.