The group accused Penn of neglecting to support dissenting voices on the Israel-Hamas war and promised to hold programming in response to the University's failures.
Students told the DP that the vigil was organized to offer people a sense of community while mourning the deaths in Gaza.
NAP kicked off their programming on Nov. 2 with an Indian Taco night.
The application period for rising juniors and seniors opened on Oct. 31 and is set to close at 5 p.m. on Nov. 21, for the 2024-25 academic year.
From Nov. 13 to 17, the UMC will be hosting a revival of Unity Week in honor of the group's 45th anniversary.
Magill said that Penn is working with local and federal authorities to investigate recent antisemitic acts and forms of hate on campus.
Room change offers were sent out on Oct. 5 and Oct. 26, with the last round expected to be released on Nov. 16.
The walkout opened with calls for a ceasefire, restoration of water and electricity in Gaza, and an end to United States and University aid to Israel.
During the three-day event, attendees participated in events that highlighted the school’s offerings.
Choi, who was president of Freaks of the Beat during her undergraduate years, will compete for Team USA after recently leaving her job as a creative project manager.
"These reprehensible messages are an assault on our values and cause pain and fear for our Jewish community," Penn President Liz Magill wrote.
DPS announced their decision to double down on these safety measures last year, although the policies were initially created in 2014.
Justice and Peck spoke at Irvine Auditorium on Nov. 7 as part of Penn’s Social Planning and Events Committee Connaissance, an organization dedicated to bringing keynote speakers to Penn.
Team IMPACT pairs children who are a part of the organization with local college sports teams.
Philadelphia will choose its 100th Mayor, either Republican David Oh or Democrat Cherelle Parker.
Penn Democrats, Penn College Republicans, and Penn Young Democratic Socialists of America shared their preparations, plans, and endorsements ahead of Election Day.
Drone Club at Penn is open to students of all backgrounds, regardless of their previous experiences with engineering, coding, and electronics.
Initially launched on Valentine's Day last year, Crushes was first available exclusively to Wharton MBA students
Penn's Division of Public Safety was notified of the threats and conducted safety sweeps of Penn Hillel and Lauder College House.
The SAS Dean’s Office announced “Living the Hard Promise: A Dialogue Series” and reaffirmed its commitment to open expression in an email to the Penn community on Nov. 2.