Articles by Lara Cota
Student groups present on Chinatown redevelopment, grad student financial insecurity at U. CouncilThis meeting comes after months of back-and-forth with Penn administration as GAPSA and ASPC attempted to schedule their presentations before the University Council.
Student groups add agenda items to U. Council meeting after back-and-forth with Penn adminstratorsThe months-long process led to presentations that will cover graduate student financial insecurity and the development of the Philadelphia 76ers arena in Chinatown.
Penn student government hosts week of outreach events, raises money for heart healthHosted by the six student government branches, the programming aimed to offer students a chance to voice their opinions, raise awareness of projects, and increase student involvement with the government.
From classes on anime to the Beatles, here are five unique courses being taught at PennThe following courses are currently being taught in the spring 2023 semester.
UA, Penn Residential Services launch free menstrual product pilot at Hill College HouseIf the program were to be a success, Penn would join a number of schools, including Princeton University, Yale University, and Harvard University, in supplying free period products on campus.
GAPSA, UA approve resolutions seeking student representation on Board of TrusteesGAPSA previously passed a joint resolution to have two student representatives on the Board of Trustees, but the UA was unable to reach a majority and tabled the decision indefinitely.
UA tables joint resolution with GAPSA for student representation on Board of TrusteesIf the resolution is successfully revised and approved by GAPSA and UA by March 2, it will be in the hands of the trustees to decide.
Penn alum speaks on the importance of recognizing Black women’s roles in founding AmericaAnnenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
Penn partners with financial wellness institution amid national college loan debatePeopleJoy can help Penn employees determine their eligibility for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program spearheaded by the Biden administration.