During the Undergraduate Assembly meeting on Sunday, the UA spent over 30 minutes debating how to improve mental health on campus.
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The Performing Arts Council has yet to establish a definite plan for being able to recognize new arts groups, even in light of the Student Activities Council’s probable moratorium lift later this month.
You may no longer have to rush to return a lockout key.
At Wednesday’s Student Activities Council general body meeting, the executive board announced that SAC will officially recommend a partial lift of the two-year moratorium on new student groups next month.
During their Sept. 21 meeting, the current Undergraduate Assembly members welcomed eight new freshmen — and one sophomore.
The Class of 2018 made an unusual pick for Class Board president: a Russian-born 21 year old who attended boarding school in England and now speaks with an English accent. College freshman Vadim Ordovsky-Tanaevsky is three-quarters Russian and one-quarter Venezuelan and took a gap year to improve his Spanish before coming to Penn. In an interview with The Daily Pennsylvanian, he discussed getting student input, a spa relaxation event and integrating international students. Below is a lightly edited transcript of the interview.
While the results of freshman class elections were announced on Friday night — with no Fair Practices Code violations filed against any candidate — one race still remains to be decided: that of Wharton class chair on the 2018 Class Board.
The presidential election for the Class of 2018 won’t be over until Friday night, but we already know the president will be male.
At their Sept. 14 meeting, the Undergraduate Assembly discussed a possible program to increase vigilance about mental health in College Houses.
Last semester, Undergraduate Assembly treasurer and College senior Amanda Acosta Ruiz had not even used the Common Funding Application to secure resources for her own club. This year, she is leading the initiative to examine club funding across the University.
“How would you change Penn?”
The Undergraduate Assembly is working to revamp the Penn Transit route to include stops at 30th Street Station and Trader Joe’s, a popular grocery store among students, on 22nd and Market streets.
Despite being Wharton juniors, Yash Kothari and Pranshu Maheshwari ditched on-campus recruiting.
Next time you complain about how long your research is taking you, think about the 10 years that Rajiv Surendra spent researching a role that he didn’t even get.
Today Penn students will be able to get a “taste” of different cultures — literally.
Former Pennsylvania Governor and 1965 College graduate Ed Rendell spoke about immigration reform last night at an event co-sponsored by Penn for Immigrant Rights and Penn Democrats to kick off Immigration Action Week.
A fungus that looks like shooting stars. A dog’s eye that looks like the moon over a lake. And a fish that resembles a Native American headdress.
Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri, spoke in Huntsman Hall last night as part of Asian Pacific American Heritage Week, sponsored by the South Asia Society. Davuluri — who had just visited the White House earlier in the day — is the first Miss America winner of South Asian descent.
While Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial elections are more than 13 months away, students can potentially meet a future governor or even work on his or her campaign.