The University received over 1,100 requests for early arrival, and approved "slightly more than 60%," according to Marc Lo, executive director of P1P.
An online petition calling on Penn to suspend Wax and reform the University's tenure policy has been signed by over 800 people.
The location will be renovated into a mixed-use office building, according to Executive Director of Real Estate Ed Datz.
Natives at Penn is the second organization to join the coalition in the last three years, which meets regularly with top University administration to advocate for the interests of their constituents.
The University is adding multi-stall, all-gender bathrooms for future buildings on campus, but student groups are still advocating for renovations to existing buildings that are popular among community members.
About 60 students attended the hybrid event to listen to four Penn alumni share their personal experiences in consulting and the skills they believed aided them in their career successes.
The student workers, some of whom identify as first generation and low income, were surprised and disappointed after the sudden layoff.
Roberts argues that the child welfare system means something different for Black children and white children because Black children live in greater fear of being separated from their parents.
Services will include wellness check-ups for children and adults, behavioral health treatment, blood work, and immunizations.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney issued an executive order this year to change Columbus Day — traditionally observed on the second Monday of October — to Indigenous Peoples' Day.
More than 60 Penn students gathered on Locust Walk on Friday afternoon to celebrate their Asian identities and increase Asian visibility on campus.
The march, organized by student group Natives at Penn, began on 34th and Walnut streets and ended on the New College House West green.
Starting Sept. 13, the GIC began to offer weekly opportunities to pick up a bag of produce at the center’s location on 37th and Chestnut streets behind Pottruck Health and Fitness Center.
The Daily Pennsylvanian interviewed the 6B leaders about their priorities and ambitions for the fall semester, especially as the groups transition to in-person activities during COVID-19.
The decision to eliminate gender as a qualification for membership comes after an “extensive strategic review” involving over 50 undergraduates and alumni of the 400-member Club.
More than 50 students protested outside the Psi Upsilon chapter house on Tuesday, urging Penn to respond to an alleged assault by a fraternity brother against another student at a party earlier this month.
Under Asian American Studies professor Fariha Khan's co-directorship, the ASAM program will offer more courses, research and internship opportunities, and opportunities for collaboration and engagement with Asian American community organizations.
Some FGLI first years reported feeling pleasantly surprised by Penn's existing FGLI community and resources, though some added that they felt culture shock upon arriving on campus.
The service will be offered for a full semester for the first time following its pilot launch last spring.
Students can join various FGLI-oriented clubs and take advantage of academic resources.