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Approximately 200 students and faculty attended the Take Back the Night rally and march last night, according to event organizer and College senior Sarah Mednick.
Seth Meyers is famous for presenting the top stories on Weekend Update Thursdays during election season, but this Thursday he was the top story.
Martha Nussbaum, professor of law and ethics at the University of Chicago and author of her most recent book, From Disgust to Humanity: Sexual Orientation and Constitutional Law, began her lecture by discussing types of couples whose marriages the American society approves of.
His bum may have been on the rail in 1999, but last night comedian and actor Tom Green’s bum was in Zellerbach Theatre to host the 12th Annual Intercollegiate Comedy Festival.
The Masters in Real Estate series hosted the executive vice president of development and acquisitions for the Trump Organization last night to address students about the current real estate market and how a Wharton education has helped him succeed.
Attendees learned Mrs. Robinson has nothing on the cougars of the ancient world and Lil’ Wayne can’t compete with the “playas” of old Egyptian thrones.
Although Philadelphia has yet to see snow this winter, the Social Planning and Events Committee is bringing the holiday cheer to campus.
When hip-hop duo Hoodie Allen took the stage Thursday in the Zellerbach Theatre, students stormed the stagefront, eager to see not only performances by big name artists, but also familiar faces.
College sophomore Ben Moskowitz dunked his last of 30 pork dumplings into a bowl of soy sauce. He balanced the dumpling on the end of his chopsticks and ate it, despite his “full, bursting stomach.” Then, he got up to get more.
Despite a low turnout, Health Care for America Now Pennsylvania State Director Marc Stier fired up the Penn students at a healthcare rally last night.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Head of Strategic Climate Projects Kristen Taddonio, students interested in a job at the EPA don’t necessarily need to major in environmental studies.
College junior Jenna Stahl stretched for an apple at the top of the orchard tree as she juggled a produce box in her other arm. She plucked the fruit from its branch and tucked it away with the apples she had already collected over the course of the morning.
Last night, some of Philadelphia's biggest names came out to honor the life and philanthropy of Leonore Annenberg, one of Penn's single most dedicated donors. Annenberg died March 12 at the age of 91.