A fire broke out on the roof of the Rhoads Pavilion at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania early Thursday morning, causing patients from three floors to be temporarily relocated.
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In April, College seniors Natasha Menon and Brian Goldstein were elected to lead the Undergraduate Assembly as president and vice president. Now, at the halfway point of their administration, the leaders of Penn's student body say they are focused on inclusivity, citing their resolution condemning University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School professor Amy Wax.
The Undergraduate Assembly announced Thursday that Penn Transit will begin offering a free shuttle service to Trader Joe’s in Center City for Penn students.
A Penn student and recent graduate were selected as two of this year's 100 recipients of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, bringing Penn's total number of Rhodes Scholars to 30.
An armed robbery at America’s Best Wings near 41st and Chestnut Streets prompted a UPennAlert Thursday night.
Over 100,000 rides were hailed on Penn Transit's free ridesharing application to date this year.
Five weeks after the Undergraduate Assembly passed a resolution demanding that Penn fire Carey Law School professor Amy Wax, the Nominations and Elections Committee is proposing a weaker resolution that demands that she be stripped of her teaching duties.
The Nominations and Elections Committee held a diversity training for all six branches of Penn Student Government on Oct. 19, following internal calls for the governing bodies to be more sensitive to diversity earlier this semester.
After a six-month long struggle to ensure sufficient Engineering representation on the Undergraduate Assembly, a special election on Thursday night has filled the four seats that have been vacant since April.
After zero students ran in last month’s special election, the Nominations and Elections Committee will be holding another election this week to fill the four vacant Engineering representative seats on the Undergraduate Assembly.
For the past six months, nearly all five of the Undergraduate Assembly seats reserved for Engineering students have remained empty after two separate elections were left without any candidates on the ballot. Student government leaders are now trying to garner more interest in the position by increasing outreach efforts ahead of another special election.
Within the next few weeks, the Undergraduate Assembly will launch a pilot program to distribute thousands of free menstrual products in buildings across Penn's campus. The move comes after students criticized the lack of accessible tampons and pads on campus, particularly in comparison to peer institutions that promoted initiatives that offered free menstrual products.
The Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed a resolution calling on the University of Pennsylvania to fire controversial Penn Law professor Amy Wax for violating University policy.
The on-campus housing application process will start at the beginning of next semester. Here are all of the key dates you need to know, according to information provided by Penn Business Services Director of Communications and External Relations Barbara Lea-Kruger.
The Undergraduate Assembly aims to tackle mental wellness this year, focusing on the distribution of a wellness guide that informs Penn students of resources on campus.
Penn's student government announced the election results for a slate of Undergraduate Assembly and Class Board 2023 positions on Wednesday evening.
A recent controversy over the Undergraduate Assembly's power structure has exposed fissures within the governing body.
Student government leaders across Penn's campus are looking inward to improve wellness in their own groups and committing to campus-wide mental wellness initiatives following the death of Counseling and Psychological Services Executive Director Gregory Eells.
The Nominations and Elections Committee will oversee a unique election cycle for the Undergraduate Assembly and Class Boards this fall, adding a new seat for transfer students as well as overseeing a special election for vacant Engineering seats on the UA.
This summer, Van Pelt Library’s basement was revamped to replace its malfunctioning electrical system and aging furniture.