I never envisioned joining The Daily Pennsylvanian, let alone spending the majority of my college time there.
The Quakers’ schedule is so rough that it was recently ranked the toughest in the NCAA by Inside Lacrosse magazine, and their opener Friday at No. 10 Duke is no exception.
Should we blame Koren for feeling uncomfortable that from day one in office, she became identified as the female that won the competitive election?
From the rise of Penn Park to the fall of Philly Diner, the past year has certainly seen its fair share of changes. Its out the with the old and in with the new as the 128th board of editors and managers of The Daily Pennsylvanian will officially be sworn in at the company’s annual banquet tomorrow night at The Inn at Penn. Speakers include University president Amy Gutmann and Forbes editor Randall Lane, a former DP Managing Editor. Leading the new board is College junior Dana Tom, who will oversee both the business and editorial operations of the DP and all of its ancillary publications, including 34th Street and Under the Button, as the Executive Editor. “The previous board set a great foundation for us to start trying new things.
Exactly one year ago, the newly elected 127th Board of Editors and Managers set out with a lofty goal.
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It is essential that we know the right way to conduct ourselves when we enter the public sphere in order to minimize the amount of self-incurred damage.
President Barack Obama announced at 11:35 p.m. Sunday the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, the public face behind the September 11, 2001 attacks.
After heading into overtime, the No. 13 men's lacrosse team came up short against No. 7 Cornell, losing 13-12.
The DP’s new Executive Editor, Lauren Plotnick, reaffirms the 127th Board’s commitment to clarity, honesty and fairness in its writing and reporting.
Greg Louis, a 6-foot-6 power forward, told The Daily Pennsylvanian that he has decided Penn and Tulane and will announce his commitment this weekend.
Yale's offense posed a formidable threat, entering Saturday with an Ivy-best 267 pass yards per game, but the Quakers ‘D’ showed that it was up for the task.
The newly finished $26.7 million fitness center rivals any collegiate training facility in the nation, according to strength and conditioning coordinator Jim Steel.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with running backs coach Steven Downs for an update on the state of the running game.
In a decidedly different manner, Penn Athletics kicked off the year with a mandatory New Student Orientation picnic on Franklin Field Sunday.
With a unique playing style and a club soccer background, men’s soccer recruit Alex Reddy adds diversity to a team of veterans.
After clinching their first ever Ivy league title, the Quakers made history with their first appearance in postseason play since becoming a varsity program in 2000.
The Penn women’s softball team might be coming off a down weekend, but don’t count it out yet.
Monday, USA Track and Field announced the relay pools for the USA vs. The World events, which includes several famous Olympians like Usain Bolt, Asafa Powell and Michael Frater.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt announced yesterday that he will again be competing at the Penn Relays in the men’s 4x100 relay as part of the USA versus The World event.