Although the University denied knowledge of any Penn staff being instructed to interfere with the protests, a FRES worker running the engine of a noisy maintenance vehicle at the site of one of the demonstrations said he had been instructed to drown out the protesters by someone from the University.
BEN CLAAR is a College sophomore from Scarsdale, N.Y.
Tomorrow, at around noon, Donald Trump will become the President of the United States.
The bombastic billionaire, whose improbable promotion to power shattered every political norm from fundraising to gaffe-making, will assume the most important political office on earth.
I once wrote an article in which I refused to give up red lipstick despite surrendering eye makeup, and, with all the misogyny to which Trump's election has set us back, I think it's about time I explained why.
What got me started thinking about it was a statement my friend made to me.
Our country faces a crisis that begins with the letter “D.” No, it is not our President-elect Donald Trump.
Have you ever bitten into a piece of pizza in a Dining Hall that you knew was too hot and burned your tongue?
BRAD HONG is a College freshman from Morristown, N.J.
This semester will be my last one at Penn.
I recently discovered that I have accumulated enough credits to graduate a year in advance.