During the Undergraduate Assembly’s first meeting of the newly elected general body Sunday night, two internal elections took place.
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On Monday, College junior Josh Oppenheimer was elected the new president of the Social Planning and Events Committee.
On the Thursday evening of Spring Fling, a dozen Penn students and I gathered in the Emily Sachs Dance Gallery in Irvine Auditorium. We didn’t come to pregame the concert; we came to earn some street credit from the crew of Strictly Funk.
On Tuesday, Engineering and Wharton junior Alec Miller was elected the new chair of the Nominations and Elections Committee.
The day after Friday’s Spring Fling concert, Wharton and Nursing freshman Nikhil Das’ ears were still ringing.
“Ecstasy has clearly come back,” said Julie Lyzinski, director of Penn’s Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives, addressing the 200 students selected for FlingSafe at a recent training session. “About six years ago, this drug was not happening on college campuses.”
A sense of youthful optimism is a defining characteristic of the Undergraduate Assembly’s new executive board.
The Undergraduate Assembly did not vote on a resolution supporting changes to Penn’s alcohol policy on Sunday as originally planned.
Although students have more channels than in previous years to learn about the candidates running in this week’s student government election, voter turnout has been lower than in the past.
The Undergraduate Assembly will suspend its regular parliamentary procedure this coming Sunday in order to vote on a resolution supporting changes to Penn’s alcohol policy.
Sunday afternoon, Penn students had one final opportunity to hear directly from the presidential and vice presidential candidates for the Undergraduate Assembly before student government election voting began at midnight Monday.
At its general body meeting on Sunday, the Undergraduate Assembly launched a pilot of Tech Office Hours, discussed the creation of a digital design minor and passed two contingency fund requests for the Social Planning and Events Committee and Art Speakers at Penn.
College sophomore Dan Bernick and College junior Jake Shuster are running for president of the Undergraduate Assembly. Learn more about the two candidates below.
The Social Planning and Events Committee announced Thursday that Tiësto will headline this year’s Spring Fling concert.
Passion Pit will open the 2012 Spring Fling concert, the Social Planning and Events Committee announced at noon today, Mar. 14.
In light of Penn’s recently amended housing policy that will allow first-year students starting with the Class of 2016 to request gender-neutral housing, the Lambda Alliance and Undergraduate Assembly have gained another victory in the fight to improve gender non-specificity on campus.
Having landed an investment banking internship with RBC Capital Markets the summer after her junior year, Wharton senior Lauren Cuzzaniti was, by traditional standards, on track to start a promising financial career.
At its general body meeting Sunday night, the Undergraduate Assembly unanimously passed its proposed budget for the 2012-13 academic year and suspended parliamentary rules to allow the passage of the New York Police Department Surveillance Resolution and the Online Syllabi Resolution.
In its ongoing review of Penn’s alcohol policy, the University’s alcohol policy review committee is looking at peer schools for guidance.