Alyssa Kress


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Stassen forever linked to televised college sports

It isn’t common for the Ancient Eight to be involved in disagreements with the NCAA. Yet former Penn President Harold Stassen led the University into a fight with the NCAA that nearly resulted in Penn’s expulsion from the organization.



London called, but Rob Belcore said no

For four years wearing the Red and Blue, Rob Belcore planned on a professional basketball career in Europe. But now he’s officially pulling the plug on his 15-year basketball journey



Is this the end of The Line?

For current Penn undergrads, it is unimaginable that hundreds of students would line up hours before basketball tickets go on sale in order to reserve their seats — that type of devotion is reserved for a headlining act.

Penn football comes back to beat Columbia, 24-20

Trailing by three with 2:26 remaining on the game clock, Penn quarterback Billy Ragone led his team down the field, going 5-for-7 for 53 yards and finding senior running back Lyle Marsh in the end zone to give the Quakers a 24-20 win.

Kress | You can leave your toast at home

With the student body increasingly apathetic towards Penn Athletics, those in charge made the foolish decision over the summer to stop providing toast at football games. Fortunately for Penn fans, they quickly changed their mind.












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