The Lasting Impact of the Penn Encampment

June 4, 2024   |   Tags:

The University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1740, has long been a bastion of academic tradition. This year, the erection of an unlawful tent encampment on the campus green by anti-Israel student groups presented a stark challenge to university administrators: They could act swiftly to restore order so that law-abiding students could take part in storied spring traditions, or they could allow the protesters to run the show, forcing the relocation and rearrangement of several year-end undergraduate rituals. The post The Lasting Impact of the Penn Encampment appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.


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