The body elected College junior and UA Representative Jon Monfred, Engineering junior and UA Representative Matt Rosenberg, and College and Nursing junior and UA Representative Spencer Stubbs to the University Council.
Oppenheimer, who formerly served as the executive secretary of SPEC, sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss some of his goals for the year ahead.
The avant-garde fusion dance group, which was formed in 1997, is eclectic in every sense of the word.
Miller, who formerly served as the vice chair for nominations of the NEC, sat down with The Daily Pennsylvanian to discuss some of his goals for the year ahead.
Good weather and continued traditions around campus helped students celebrate Spring Fling 2012.
With the upcoming appearance of Tiësto and electro-pop group Passion Pit at Friday’s Fling concert, AOD, the Drug and Alcohol Resource Team, FlingSafe and the Medical Emergency Response Team are preparing for a potential increase in the use of Molly.
Following internal elections Thursday night, the new executive board expresses a sense of youthful optimism about the year ahead.
Bernick, along with Abe Sutton, the new UA Vice President, were elected Friday night. Overall voter turnout this election cycle was 41 percent this year, a 3 percent decrease from last year.
The Undergraduate Assembly will not vote on a resolution supporting changes to Penn’s alcohol policy on Sunday, UA President and Engineering and Wharton senior Tyler Ernst announced Friday.
As of 5 p.m. Wednesday, the undergraduate voter turnout was 28 percent. By comparison, at the same time last year, the turnout was 31 percent.
The Undergraduate Assembly will suspend its regular parliamentary procedure this coming Sunday in order to vote on a resolution supporting changes to Penn’s alcohol policy.
At The Daily Pennsylvanian’s annual UA debate, the two presidential candidates and the three vice presidential candidates gathered in the Philomathean Halls to discuss the issues of student government.
Next week’s meeting, March 25, is the last general body meeting in which business, committee reports and resolutions will be discussed. The 2011-12 UA leadership will have its last meeting on April 1.
College sophomore Dan Bernick and College junior Jake Shuster share their platforms and qualifications with The Daily Pennsylvanian.
The Social Planning and Events Committee announced on March 15 that DJ Tiësto will headline this year’s Spring Fling concert.
Passion Pit will open the 2012 Spring Fling concert. The Social Planning and Events Committee announced their choice today via the website whoscomingtofling.com.
The Lambda Alliance and Undergraduate Assembly have gained another victory in the fight to improve gender non-specificity on campus.
Having landed an investment banking internship with RBC Capital Markets the summer after her junior year, Wharton senior Lauren Cuzzaniti was, by traditional standards, on track to start a promising financial career. The only problem? She hated it.
For next year, the UA will receive more than $2 million from the Board of Trustees, a 3.9 percent increase from the previous year.
Penn’s alcohol policy review committee has looked at peer schools’ policies in its revisions.