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The Daily Pennsylvanian's Half Court Shot Competition

Sam Roth and Gina Guccione made half court shot history at the Palestra this month, so we decided to put their skills to the test.



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Penn Men's Basketball tough loss to Towson

The Towson Tigers' huge 19-2 run midway through first half dooms Quakers to 79-71 defeat in the semifinal of Gulf Coast Showcase



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Penn Women's Basketball: Thanksgiving at the Bahamas

Recap of Penn women's basketball and their games over Thanksgiving at the Bahamas.



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Men's and women's basketball teams head down south for Thanksgiving break

The Quakers headed down south for their November break, with the men traveling to Ft. Myers, Florida for the Gulf Coast Showcase, and the women flying to Bimini, The Bahamas to compete in the Junkanoo Jam. The men's team finished the tournament in 3rd place after posting wins over Northern Illinois and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. The women's team dropped the first game of their tournament to Georgia Tech, but clawed their way back from an 18-point deficit in their second game to beat Missouri State. Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor



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Spotlights at Penn Episode 2: The ICA

In this episode, the DP highlights a hidden gem of Penn's campus: the ICA.



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Penn Men's Basketball Destroys Navy

Penn men's basketball destroys Navy for first win of the season. Quakers start hot, open up huge lead, and never look back. Full recap: https://buff.ly/2ipBPLF Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud



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Spotlights@Penn Episode 1: Penn Curling

The Penn Curling team is one of the less-known teams at Penn, but they love their sport. The DP is here to Spotlight the hidden standouts here at Penn.



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The Full Cost of NCH West

New College House West will cost the University a record-breaking $163 million. How much is that, really? Read Columnist Lucy Hu's take: https://buff.ly/2mj6qyO



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Stuart Weitzman's Keys to Success

Four tips for entrepreneurial success brought to you by renown shoe designer and 63' Wharton alum Stuart Weitzman