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Fast forward a couple years — 31-year-old actress and singer Anna Kendrick is no longer singing to a rhythm created by flipping, tapping and shuffling a plastic cup and is instead coming to speak at Penn.
Last week, the Nominations and Elections Committee announced the Special Elections results after five Undergraduate Assembly members resigned.
After a busy election cycle at the start of the semester, the Nominations and Elections Committee is holding a special election to fill two SAS Representative vacancies in the Undergraduate Assembly.
Attending an Ivy League school isn’t often associated with studying fine arts.
Karim El Sewedy, an Engineering and Wharton freshman, won the Class Board presidential election, the Nominations and Elections Committee announced on Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Last Thursday, the Board of Trustees announced that Penn will not divest from fossil fuel industries, despite two years of campaigning from Fossil Free Penn.
Two freshman candidates for Class Board president were declared guilty of violations of the Fair Practice Code, the Nominations and Elections Committee announced on Saturday, after a public hearing in Huntsman Hall. The election will be rerun because the NEC determined that the candidates' violations biased the results of that particular race.
On Thursday night, the Nominations and Elections Committee emailed candidates running in the New Student Elections for positions in the Undergraduate Assembly and Class Board 2020 to inform them that results would not be released on time.
Student government elections for the Class of 2020 are fast approaching.
Stephanie Marchesani, a part-time School of Nursing graduate student, “died suddenly in New Jersey” on Sunday, according to an email statement sent out to the Nursing graduate community from the Vice Provost of University Life Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum and School of Nursing Dean Antonia Villarruel.
We analyzed Amy Gutmann's Convocation speeches over the past five years and noticed some interesting patterns
President Amy Gutmann just started the year off with her Convocation address to the Class of 2020. We took a look at her speeches over the past few years to find her most familiar patterns — repeated words and phrases — that highlight the ideas and themes that matter most to the school.
Penn Wellness is set to receive $8,000 from the Vice Provost for University Life for the upcoming school year after not previously being allocated an annual budget.
For 2011 Wharton graduate Rollie Peterkin, pursuing the American dream meant escaping the cage of Wall Street and stepping into a literal cage in South America.
The University announced that the Graduation Honors and Dean’s List policies would be revised so that students who violate Penn’s academic integrity, student conduct or sexual violence codes would be ineligible for academic honors. The revision, however, actually allows “more students to not be penalized” when they violate Penn’s academic integrity code, according to Director of the Office of Student Conduct Julie Lyzinski Nettleton.
On Wednesday morning, the Social Planning and Events Committee to Represent Undergraduate Minorities announced that YG would no longer be performing at the SPEC-TRUM spring concert scheduled for that night. Then, three hours before the show, SPEC-TRUM cancelled the concert altogether after Metro Boomin missed his flight to Philadelphia, according to the Facebook event.
On the last day of classes, YG, Metro Boomin and Kamaiyah will be performing in SPEC-TRUM’s annual Spring Concert held at the Armory.
To access their Student Health Service medical records, students must fill out a paper request form and then wait for the records to be mailed back or sent in PDF form. But some students are trying to streamline this process by adopting a completely electronic system instead.
Following the suicide of Wharton junior Olivia Kong on Monday, Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price announced Wednesday that the Task Force on Student Psychological Health and Welfare will reconvene immediately.
On April 8, Fossil Free Penn released a letter in support of divestment from fossil fuels that was signed by over 100 faculty members across 10 out of the 12 schools at Penn.