Some alumni expressed concern over how Magill's resignation followed significant backlash and what her resignation means for free speech.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to several students about their reactions to the University's leadership crisis, with students expressing mixed emotions of shock, relief, and concerns.
The House Committee on Education and the Workforce members and Pennsylvania state politicians react to Magill's resignation.
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled the next steps and implications of Magill and Bok's dual resignations.
Platt previously served as the vice chair of the Board of Trustees and was the Penn Alumni president from 2013 until 2018.
Follow along here for live updates on reactions and responses to Liz Magill's resignation from the Penn presidency.
Read Bok's full announcement, obtained by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
The announcement was made at an ongoing meeting of the trustees at 5 p.m. just minutes after Penn President Liz Magill's resignation.
During the hearing, Stefanik repeatedly asked Magill if a call for the genocide of Jewish people would violate Penn’s policies or code of conduct.
Penn President Liz Magill announced her resignation on Saturday.
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The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a timeline of the University’s defining moments during Magill's year and a half as Penn’s president.
The announcement comes less than two years into Magill's tenure, which began in July 2022.
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s coverage of campus tensions has ranged from the Palestine Writes Literature Festival to backlash from donors and trustees.
"Calls for genocide, echoing horrors of the past, violate our behavioral standards and remind us that we must forcefully condemn, prevent, and respond to hate in all forms," the letter said.
Earlier this year, activists alleged that Penn Museum was holding previously undisclosed remains of 1985 MOVE bombing victims.
The pro-Palestinian sit-in has been ongoing since Nov. 14, featuring film screenings, workshops, and lectures.
Penn community members held Israeli flags and signs that read “zero tolerance for antisemitism,” while chanting “no place for hate at Penn.”
“President Magill, the time for apologies is over," a petition with over 18,000 signatures read. "It is time for you to step down."
The initiative — the Confidential Emergency Contraception Distribution Project — will provide kits upon request that include one Plan B, an information sheet about how to use Plan B, and packets of lubricant and condoms for students.