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Penn alumni in Canada found themselves under lockdown in their office buildings after an armed gunman stormed Canada’s main Parliament building and National War Memorial, killing an honor guard and shutting down the nation’s capital.
Donna Cooper may be best known on campus for calling for Penn to pay $1.8 million to the City of Philadelphia as part of a Payment in Lieu of Taxes program, but her speech Tuesday night in the Terrace Room of Claudia Cohen Hall took a different focus.
On September 11, 1991, then-Wharton and College junior Vladimir Bernstein recounted to the Daily Pennsylvanian what it was like standing amid tanks in front of the Russian parliament protesting a coup.
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In an unexpectedly controversial move yesterday, the Undergraduate Assembly banned laptops at meetings.
In 1977, a work-study student moonlighted as an undercover cop.
College juniors Joyce Kim and Joshua Chilcote will be the next Undergraduate Assembly president and vice president, respectively.
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 that could result in their disqualification.
Penn's admit rate dropped to below ten percent for the first time in history this year.
UA members may have failed to get enough signatures to impeach their president, but getting signatures to run for president seems to be a different story.
Instead of holding its originally scheduled budget amendment meeting this past Sunday, the UA met privately in a closed caucus regarding an unsuccessful petition to impeach the UA president. The meeting contributed to a postponement of the annual budget process, leaving other branches of student government without an official budget allocation until March 23.
Each year the Undergraduate Assembly completes its budget negotiations before spring break to avoid the political infighting that can characterize election season.
Classes and all University operations are canceled tomorrow, according to the Division of Public Safety website.
Due to a forecasted snowstorm, a number of events scheduled at the University for Wednesday evening and Thursday have been canceled.
Vice President Joe Biden unveiled Amtrak’s new Cities Sprinter electric locomotive yesterday at 30th Street Station in what one presenter termed “the greatest gathering of train lovers and enthusiasts since Joe Biden rode Amtrak alone.”
Penn is back in session today, but the effects of the two-day snowstorm that led to class cancelations on Tuesday and Wednesday will be felt throughout the week.
The snow is continuing to delay events around campus.
Two Penn events, sorority recruitment and a track and field meet, have been modified in response to the death of College freshman Madison Holleran, who died Friday night.
College freshman Madison Holleran died Friday night in Center City, according to an email sent to Hill College House residents early Saturday morning. She was 19.