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Halfway through their term, UA leaders cite condemning Amy Wax as primary accomplishment

(12/09/19 2:55am)

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 UA has struggled to fill seats for months — a special election looks to change that

(10/17/19 1:04am)

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.


A student-led program will put free menstrual products in popular study spaces on campus

(10/14/19 12:24am)

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.