Chair of the Asian Pacific Student Coalition wrote in an email to PAACH student leaders that Peter Van Do, PAACH's former director of 10 years, is "no longer employed at Penn."
Students currently living in The Radian have the option to renew their lease, but they must go through Penn to do so.
Student coordinators said that they remain resolute in their beliefs and do not plan on leaving College Green until Penn meets their three demands.
As part of the international Fridays for Future Global Climate Strike movement, student organizations at both Cornell University and Princeton University conducted demonstrations to bring climate-related issues to light.
The search committee to select a successor consists of 18 students, faculty members, and alumni.
FIRE ranked Penn 188th for disruptive conduct, 187th for comfort expressing ideas, and 130th for administrative support.
The position is voluntary and will allow Fry to continue his day-to-day administrative work for Drexel,
Penn’s total endowment assets increased by $200.8 million over the 2022 fiscal year.
The feature has been in development by Penn Labs since fall 2019 and aims to reduce unused meal swipes and Dining Dollars.
The letter, from “deeply concerned” faculty members, was sent to University administrators on Friday, detailing their support of student protest.
The students told The Daily Pennsylvanian they believe the University is targeting them for disciplinary consequences in an effort to stifle the protests against the impending sale of the UC Townhomes.
The new building will be a 50,000-square-foot office and retail building, and construction is expected to begin by January 2023.
Wiley’s tenure as the director of the CPCRS will begin in July of 2023.
The 59-page memorandum claims that Wax is undergoing treatment for “life-threatening” cancer, meriting the postponement of the proceedings until "at least" the end of the year.
Students voiced concerns about the MEC at an open session regarding Penn's upcoming re-evaluation with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Students began setting up tents on Sept. 14 and intend to remain until their demands are met.
The Penn Women’s Center plans to have a permanent director by the end of the semester after Sherisse Laud-Hammond left last semester.
The committee was announced Tuesday and consists of 20 students, professors, and staff from across Penn.
The kickoff event was invitation-only and allowed student leaders across all twelve professional and graduate schools to meet each other and talk with administration.
Several students shared their thoughts about the importance of the center, while others held up signs with messages like “No Funding = Loss of Culture Scholarship Discourse” and “The MEC is our Community”.