Leaders of all branches of Penn’s student government offered various reactions to the Undergraduate Assembly’s 2012-13 proposed budget at a general body meeting Sunday night.
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The consolidation of Fall Fest and Skimmer into one event and a potential hike in Spring Fling ticket prices are among some of the changes included in the Undergraduate Assembly’s proposed budget for the 2012-13 academic year.
The chants reached a heightened frenzy as 61 girls yelled in unison, abandoning all inhibitions as they pumped their fists into the air.
A week before it begins its annual budgeting process, the Undergraduate Assembly turned its attention to technology and grades at its weekly general body meeting on Sunday.
Students across campus have offered mixed reactions to the Undergraduate Assembly’s violations of the University’s Antihazing and Alcohol and Drug policies.
A day after its executive board announced that the Undergraduate Assembly had been found guilty of hazing and alcohol policy violations, the UA met for a regularly scheduled meeting on Sunday night and passed a resolution in response to the University’s ongoing Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence.
Last week, Wharton junior Scott Dzialo was elected the new chair of the Student Committee on Undergraduate Education.
The Undergraduate Assembly has been found to have violated the University’s Antihazing and Alcohol and Drug policies, the UA’s executive board announced in a statement Saturday evening.
During its first general body meeting of the spring semester, the Undergraduate Assembly discussed ways of improving its winter airport shuttle service, as well as the possible creation of a new online service to help students with the off-campus housing search.
Victory Cab has suspended its $9 flat-rate Town Car service with Penn.
Fans of ABC’s hit sitcom Modern Family, as well as Penn’s LGBT community in general, are anticipating Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s arrival on campus later this month.
As the Republican primaries heat up, FactCheck.org is urging voters to adopt a healthy dose of skepticism about the presidential candidates.
Occupy Philadelphia’s eviction from Dilworth Plaza Wednesday morning has sparked a question central to its future — can the movement be sustained now that it no longer has a physical place to occupy?
After Occupy Philadelphia’s encampment was evicted by police on Wednesday morning, over 75 people gathered at a teach-in outside Van Pelt Library.
With the release of the University’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity, Penn has taken a step toward fostering more diverse hiring practices.
Forty-five minutes before the Nicholas Sparks book signing began, a diverse crowd of about a hundred fans already snaked through the many rows of Penn Bookstore.