Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America shared their preparations, plans, and endorsements ahead of Election Day.
While the drop in revenue is unlikely to affect the student experience in the short-term, experts said that the long-term financial and academic impacts are much less certain.
Many students who spoke with the DP felt that the action plan is a necessary step for the University to take, while some felt that the plan does not provide enough support to Palestinian or Jewish community members.
Penn is arguing that graduate students are "not employees" in response to their recent decision to unionize.
Faculty members also offered support to the University community and called for “respectful and civil discourse" while refusing to allow hateful rhetoric.
The plan comes after several high-profile donors have criticized the administration for their response to the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and the ongoing violence between Hamas and Israel.
Penn's Office of Audit, Compliance, and Privacy website provides information regarding online harassment and how community members can receive support.
The Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security will join forces with campus law enforcement to monitor and address hate-related threats and offer federal support to educational institutions.
Around 20 Penn community members — including representatives from Penn’s Young Democratic Socialists of America, Students for the Preservation of Chinatown, and the Coalition to Save the University City Townhome — attended the conference and gave speeches about the legal action
In the letter, the trustees wrote that they believe University leadership is dedicated to upholding Penn's values.
"My hope for my tenure as dean is to connect personally with members of our community in hard times rather than issuing statements," Dean Sophia Lee wrote.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with several Penn community members who have received threats to their personal safety via email and social media after they publicly expressed solidarity with Palestine.
Oh will face Democratic mayoral candidate and 2016 Fels Institute of Government graduate Cherelle Parker on Nov. 7.
Nicolas O’Rourke, Kendra Brooks, Isaiah Thomas, and Nina Ahmad spoke at the event about their platforms ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
Rally-goers showed solidarity with people in Gaza amid continuing airstrikes and a mounting death toll in the region, and they called for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
As of Oct. 12, Johnson had secured commitments from the majority of council members.
In the statement, the Club said that its alumni members will effectively stop their public support of the University. The Club plans to continue its philanthropic efforts within the Israeli community and beyond.
These hour-long videos will be part of a series focusing on the Constitution's First Amendment, concentrating on its interpretation, historical context, landmark Supreme Court cases, and its significance on American society.
University community members gathered at the LOVE Statue to hear speeches, prayers, and songs before marching on Locust Walk to continue the event outside Penn Hillel.
He called on Penn to establish an independent committee to develop standards that prevent any group that "breaches hate or the acceptable use of violence" from reserving space for events on University property.