*Sophomore guard Tony Hicks* torched Temple Saturday for 28 points on 12-for-24 shooting.
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If Penn wants to take down Temple in its season opener on Saturday, it will need a big showing from *senior guard Miles Cartwright*. Last year against the Owls, Cartwright poured in 21 points on 6-14 shooting.
Students are rallying to try and permanently keep *DS(3)*, a structure made from interlocking metal fences, that stands near Fischer Fine Arts Library. Made by Norwegian artist and Penn’s Mellon Artist in Residence Knut Äsdam, it is scheduled to leave Penn later this month.
2004 College graduate and journalist *Jeremy Greenfield* spoke at a lunchtime talk at the Kelly Writers House.
This June, the University sold part of its ownership of *Juxtapid* to an anonymous buyer for $55 million.
Queer Palestinian activist *Haneen Maikey* and her organization, alQaws, suggests a policy of “anti-normalization” — a conscientious resistance to engaging Israel in peace-building dialogue — in their approach to the cause of Palestinian statehood.
In Penn's second game against Brown, *senior guard Miles Cartwright* picked up where he left off the first time, scoring 25 points in Penn's victory. Cartwright hit two free throws with 0.7 seconds left to give the Quakers a 66-64 win on Mar. 8.
Despite being picked to finish second in the Ivy League, *Penn coach Jerome Allen* gives little weight to preseason predictions. Only defending champion Harvard ranks above the Quakers.
On Monday, *HubBub Coffee* will open its second storefront location at 3736 Spruce Street. HubBub is owned by 2005 College graduate Drew Crockett.
Tonight kicks off the two day conference in celebration of the first anniversary of the Department of Africana Studies. Tonight's events will include a screening of a documentary by sociology professor Tukufu Zuberi alongside the exhibit “Black Bodies in Propaganda: The Art of War Poster" at the Penn Museum.
A robbery in broad daylight with "what appeared to be a handgun" occurred at *41st and Ludlow streets* yesterday. It prompted a UPennAlert at 2:35pm.
Once *volleyball coach Kerry Carr* started competitive dragon boating with fellow breast cancer survivors, it didn’t take long for her to join one of the world’s top crews.
Former Secretary *Joseph Califano* focused on his years working with LBJ and provided an anecdotal account of the political changes of the period.
La Casa Latina hosted United Farm Workers labor union co-founder *Dolores Huerta* on October 1.
The shutdown has caused some unexpected headaches for Penn students, especially those who rely on government resources for research projects.
*Weckerly’s*, which is based out of the Green Line Cafe at 43rd and Baltimore, is run by a husband-and-wife team. They churn seasonal flavors with local ingredients.
Students collaborate and teach each other during flipped lectures.
The new mobile app TheRedCup, developed by Penn students and launched Aug. 20, aggregates all parties on campus in one list. The app requires an undergraduate email address and a valid Facebook to log in.
‘Royal Pains’ executive producer Michael Rauch, a 1990 College graduate, offered himself as a relatable model to students doubtful about pursuing careers in media