A petition calling for Penn to move finals online in light of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases on campus has garnered over 500 signatures.
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Penn Student Government launched a fund this semester aiming to give money to underrepresented student groups on campus for social events.
In 2021, several high-ranking members of Penn’s administration announced their plans to leave Penn, either temporarily or permanently.
A petition calling for Penn to fire a visiting scholar accused of committing human rights abuses as a high-ranking Ecuadorian state official has garnered nearly 11,000 signatures.
Four representatives won seats on the Undergraduate Assembly in Monday’s special election.
Penn's Division of Public Safety released guidelines Wednesday morning for the University community to stay safe following a junkyard fire on Tuesday, but did not cancel University operations or classes.
The Student Activities Council, one of Penn's six student governing branches, has elected a new board to oversee the funding of student groups.
Transfer students are close to securing a floor in the high rises for incoming transfers next year.
Seniors who will have to miss the rescheduled Hey Day because it clashes with classes and travel for fall break are disappointed with the selection of the ceremony's date.
As the first first-year Class Board to take office during a pandemic, Class Board 2025 is working to hold traditional social events — like Econ Scream — in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Growing frustrated with recent littering and garbage on the sidewalks outside fraternity houses on Spruce Street, some Philadelphia residents want more respect from Penn students.
Students who have tested positive for COVID-19 while on campus this semester have found it difficult to keep up with their coursework, with some calling quarantine “demotivating” and “depressing.”
Penn Student Government announced the results of the New Student Elections to the Undergraduate Assembly and the Class Board 2025 on Sunday night.
Penn Student Government candidates are participating in in-person campaigning for the first time since fall 2019 with this year’s New Student Elections.
Penn announced on Tuesday the formation of a committee to select Penn President Amy Gutmann’s successor.
Penn Student Government leaders are calling on the University to include more students in the search committee for Penn's next president, which they hope will prioritize student feedback on issues affecting marginalized communities on campus.
The Undergraduate Assembly elected its speaker, secretary, and treasurer to round out its executive board for the 2021-2022 academic year — and the team plans to advocate for creating avenues for student feedback and increasing student awareness about the work of the UA.
Two weeks after diving back into in-person classes, first years and sophomores expressed excitement about the opportunity to have shared on-campus experiences with others.
After over a year of pandemic-induced shutdowns, first-year students are excited to navigate a seemingly normal campus environment buzzing with parties and in-person classes.
Tables of excited students recruiting first years to their clubs lined Locust Walk on the first day of classes Tuesday afternoon, marking the start of the three-day Student Activities Council Fall Activities Fair.