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.
According to the DP's analysis, the overall number of academic integrity and student conduct violations both decreased compared to previous school years.
The statement comes the day after an unknown individual vandalized the Penn Hillel building Thursday ahead of a morning prayer service.
Magill's letter details several actions that Penn is taking, which include initiating a review of the process that external groups use to reserve Penn's space and host events on campus.
The disparate responses — combined with the impact of external Jewish activist groups across the country — represent only some of the Jewish communities who have weighed in on the controversy.
Several Arabic courses, including ARAB 0100: "Elementary Arabic I" and ARAB 0300: "Intermediate Arabic III," had previously required that students attend.
Signatories include current and former trustees Robert Stavis, Andrew Heyer, and Marc Rowan; who is also chair of the Wharton Board of Advisors.
"When I walked into Hillel, I noticed that the lobby was completely trashed — one of the podiums was smashed, one of the tables was smashed. There was stuff everywhere," a witness said.
Brigitte Weinsteiger was announced on Wednesday as the interim director of Penn Libraries.
Kozuma — who was announced as Penn's next VPUL in February — began his position on May 1.
Since their departure, Matthew Oiler has been named the new general manager of Hill House, and Penn plans to name its new campus executive chef "very soon."
Literature and humanities professors called on Penn President Liz Magill to immediately amend administrators' statement on the festival.
Student groups wrote that Penn's statement was "unprecedented" given its alleged silence "when hateful and concerning views have been espoused by campus visitors and even faculty in the past.
The upcoming Shabbat event on Sept. 22 was organized to promote unity on campus by celebrating Jewish identity.
Lunch options include entrees, sandwiches, sides, desserts, and beverages that rotate daily, as well as a salad bar.
The administrators' statement, which said the event was not organized by the University, was the first in recent memory to respond to criticism of a campus event.