Writing is in my DNA. I’m stuck with it, and though most likely it won’t make me much money, it is my fittest gene.
Summer in adult land is a season not unlike the other three. Sure, there are beaches and frozen cocktails in this universe. But gone are the unnumbered days: the Saturdays that feel like Wednesdays and the weekends you never knew had arrived.
After attending Columbia undergrad and Penn grad school, Annie Duke cashed in a life of academia for one she never knew she’d love.
On Oct. 22, Sleeper will board a flight to Chile where she will compete for the first time in the Pan American Endurance Championship.
It is safe to say that the road home from New Jersey this weekend was not a celebratory one for the Penn men and women’s golf teams.
Just over a week away from the Ivy championships, women's golf heads to the Roar-EE Invitational to face both Princeton and Yale.
Blustery conditions cut Georgetown’s Hoya Invitational short, with the Penn women ending the tournament tied for third place with Princeton.
Slow greens and high winds kept the Penn women’s golf team from pushing past first-place Yale and St. John’s for the top spot this weekend at the C&F; Bank Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va.
Penn prevailed over Rutgers to keep its winning streak intact.
After advancing to the Hoehn Cup (B division) finals, defeating Bates and Williams, the Quakers fell short, losing 7-2 in the title match to Western Ontario. With the win, 2009 Hoehn Cup champion Western Ontario wrestled the title back from the Red and Blue, who won it last year.
Coach Jack Wyant is expecting a lot in the final two weeks of the 2010-2011 squash season, but most pressing is the event that Wyant and his wife, Amelia, cannot date: the arrival of their second son.
College sophomore Meredith Shea is looking to bring polo back to Penn — and so far, things are looking good.
Last weekend, the chess team traveled to Columbia and became Penn’s newest Ivy League titleholders, defeating Harvard, Yale and Cornell as ferociously as a bunch of linemen.
Freshman squash player Justin Ang's journey to Penn took him through a New Hampshire boarding school and Singapore's army.
Penn men's and women's squash teams fall to the mighty Bantams, losing 9-0 and 6-3, respectively, but remain optimistic.
Seniors Will Browne and James Clark say that they have never been apart. Tomorrow evening, they take on Navy (14-2) at Ringe Courts together.
Both squash teams will travel to New Haven, Conn., this weekend for a tournament against Yale and Bates.
Now a senior, Madeira is the captain and only upperclassmen in coach Jack Wyant’s program. The consensus is that she’s knocking the ball out of the park — or the court.
This weekend, both the men’s and women’s squash teams will travel to New Haven, Conn. to compete in the Ivy League Scrimmages.
This weekend, in the hustle and bustle of Homecoming, the Penn men’s and women’s crew teams will each launch several boats in the 40th annual Head of the Schuylkill Regatta.