It is upsetting to see longtime residents forced out of their affordable rental units at the University City Townhomes.
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If you are graduating this May, I imagine you’ve recently been asked: “How does it feel to be entering your last semester of collegiate life?”
Over the past three years, University representatives and I have met several times with student leaders from the Penn chapter of the Student Labor Action Project. A joint initiative of Jobs with Justice and the United States Student Association, SLAP is working to persuade investors in HEI — a privately held hotel management company specializing in under-managed American urban business hotels and resort properties — to divest from the company in protest of what SLAP describes as unlawful anti-organizing practices and unfair working conditions for employees at HEI properties. Subsequently, Penn’s SLAP chapter, as well as other chapters nationally, have requested that universities pledge publicly not to reinvest in HEI-sponsored funds.
To the Editor:
*This column appeared in the 2007 Joke Issue