"The resolutions are grouped as we are unable to continue," Board of Trustees Chair Ramanan Raghavendran said.
Also, administrators announced a tuition hike at a trustee meeting.
SCUE is the first branch of student government to issue a public statement on academic freedom since the University’s leadership crisis began last fall.
Academic Policy Committee Chair David Ertel led the voting process for the resolutions, which each passed unanimously and without discussion.
Wharton and Engineering junior Noah Rubin spoke at the Feb. 28 roundtable alongside students from eight other universities.
At the event at Steinberg-Dietrich Hall, Schlesinger shared how Roots is seeking to create mutual trust and solidarity amid escalating tensions over conflict in the West Bank.
Penn's United Minorities Council co-hosted their annual cultural fair event with the Class of 2027 board on Feb. 28 in Houston Hall.
The symposium, which lasts from Feb. 29 to March 2, features a variety of faculty, scholars, and alumni across GSWG, FGT, and PWS.
The discussion, hosted by center director and sociology professor Hyunjoon Park, centered on Han's experience embracing her identity as a Korean-American and her fight against Asian hate through the lens of broadcast journalism.
Residents have celebrated the dorm’s strong sense of community while describing ongoing challenges with amenities and the dorm selection process.
The Penn Board of Trustees approved a 3.9% tuition hike for the 2024-25 academic year.
Also, the Penn & Slavery Project's fight for recognition.
According to a Feb. 27 press release, five students received a memo that their involvement in the study-in was grounds for "disciplinary proceedings."
The documents reveal that the hearing board decided to conduct Wax’s case as one of “flagrant unprofessional conduct by a faculty member.”
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with multiple people affiliated with the Penn & Slavery Project about their efforts for wider visibility of the project and its findings — both on campus and outside of it — and how the University has responded.
The donation was intended to support the Boys & Girls Club of Philadelphia's Literacy Initiative, which allegedly included the sum in its operating budget.
The fellowship, now in its fourth year, is awarded annually to a graduate architecture student in honor of Abele's legacy.
The Supreme Court, which agreed to expedite the case, said that it will hear arguments on Trump's immunity the week of April 22.
The new funding will allow the aging cars on the Market-Frankford Line to be replaced once a contract is signed with a rail car manufacturer.