Penn Hillel said it has submitted formal complaints to the University regarding the conduct of Monday's rally.
Wednesday's message is Magill's third statement about the ongoing violence between Israel and Hamas.
Multiple students and faculty had positive reactions to Magill's latest statement, which reiterated Penn's plans to combat antisemitism — but others cast doubt on the University's intentions in light of the donor backlash.
The DP created a timeline of the campus controversy surrounding both the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and Penn’s response to the ongoing violence between Israel and Hamas.
Lauder told Magill that she was "forcing" him to reexamine his financial support "absent satisfactory measures to address antisemitism at the University."
Speakers at the rally criticized Liz Magill’s most recent statement for not including any mention of the ongoing violence against Palestinians in the region or the toll of the conflict on Palestinian students on campus.
The Office of the Provost forwarded a webpage to graduate students via email on Wednesday detailing the potential implications of unionization for student workers at Penn.
The end to the Huntsman Foundation's donations could represent a significant blow to the University's funding amid a growing backlash from Penn trustees and alumni.
In her second statement since the Hamas attack on Israel, Magill referred to the Hamas violence as a terrorist assault, a change from her initial statement.
"The leadership of UPenn has failed us through an embrace of antisemitism," Gureghian wrote in his resignation letter.
Board of Trustees Chair Scott Bok disputed Marc Rowan's allegations that Penn would "purge" trustees, after Rowan called on Bok and Penn President Liz Magill to resign.
1979 College graduate and Vice Chair of the University Board of Trustees Julie Platt said that she had “full confidence” in Magill and Bok’s leadership.
Penn Global has deferred all University-affiliated travel to Israel and Palestine "until further notice" and plans to remain in contact with all Penn students who are currently studying or visiting the region.
Multiple student liaisons to the trustees said there remain flaws in how University decision-making engages with student perspectives.
Previously, RAs and GRAs overwhelmingly chose to unionize in a 142-22 vote, representing an approximate 75% turnout from the University’s nearly 220 RA.
FFP members set up a table on Locust Walk to hand out pamphlets with the names of the 21 lobbyists employed by the University and highlight the new finding from the F minus report.
The letter, addressed to President Liz Magill and Provost John Jackson, said that GET-UP intends to file a petition with the NLRB if the University does not voluntarily recognize the union by Oct. 6.
Among the nine companies identified across Penn's 13F filings, 30% of them belong to the biotech industry.
The Black Law Students Association posted a statement on Instagram urging the administration again to terminate Wax.
A simple majority of votes in favor of unionizing will allow the vote to pass and continue a trend among peer universities.