Articles by Lara Cota

04/20/23 10:09pm
This meeting comes after months of back-and-forth with Penn administration as GAPSA and ASPC attempted to schedule their presentations before the University Council.
04/19/23 12:07am
The months-long process led to presentations that will cover graduate student financial insecurity and the development of the Philadelphia 76ers arena in Chinatown. 
03/29/23 12:10am
Hosted 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. 
03/27/23 11:03pm
The following courses are currently being taught in the spring 2023 semester.
03/24/23 1:21am
If 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. 
02/28/23 11:43pm
GAPSA 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.
01/30/23 10:43pm
If 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.
10/26/22 9:14pm
Annenberg School for Communication Dean John Jackson hosted the event in Irvine Auditorium.
10/20/22 12:52am
PeopleJoy can help Penn employees determine their eligibility for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program spearheaded by the Biden administration.
10/03/22 12:42am
“In the Shadow of a Mad King” is the most recent addition to over 90 books that Jerome Rothenberg has published.
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