Articles by Jacob Winick

03/20/17 11:31pm
Based on calculations that include winter break, spring break, thanksgiving break, reading days and all long weekends for the 2016-2017 academic calendar, Penn gives students 34 days off for the year — that is shorter than Dartmouth, Cornell and Brown's winter breaks. 
02/11/17 9:34pm
2015 College graduate Jennifer Retzer suffered a traumatic brain injury while skiing in Vermont last Saturday. 
02/07/17 10:00am
The former Vice President will lead the Washington-based Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement.
01/19/17 8:55pm
College Republicans President and Wharton junior Sean Egan explained that Friday will be a good day for the club even though many of its members were skeptical of Trump throughout the election.
12/06/16 11:30pm
This year Penn students will enjoy the shortest winter break in years — with finals ending on Dec. 22 and spring classes beginning on Jan. 11.
11/30/16 1:25am
For College junior Madeline Moore, the cure to blood cancer is just a few thousand cheek swabs away.
11/12/16 1:42pm
The app, Tapingo, lets users on Penn’s campus order from Frontera, Beefsteak, Starbucks at 1920 Commons, Joe’s Café, Accenture, The Wall at Houston Market, as well as many off campus restaurants.
11/07/16 10:57pm
For the residents of 4049 Sansom Street, today's presidential election hits especially close to home.
11/03/16 8:54pm
While some students dismiss voting third party as a wasted vote or even a spoiler vote, others cling to candidates like Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein as alternatives to the two-party system.
11/01/16 2:24am
As a result of increased security at the game, many Greek organizations have decided to break tradition and not attend the game, fearing consequences from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Penn Police.
10/26/16 1:48am
Penn for Paws was founded last week by College sophomore Ashley Sayles to fill what she saw as an empty void — Penn’s lack of a dog-focused club
10/19/16 2:14am
The Open Expression Observers are faculty and staff volunteers who attend meetings and events where free expression might be violated.
10/05/16 1:50am
Penn's only co-ed Greek institutions, St. Elmo's and Alpha Delta Phi, are in a unique position to challenge traditional fraternity and sorority culture.
09/29/16 12:12am
Starting this week, the LinkedIn Students app will allow students to view thousands of jobs and internships added to the app by Penn’s Career Services, in addition to the normal LinkedIn listings available to the public.
09/20/16 1:31am
On Friday night, when a gunman opened fire on a Philadelphia Police sergent’s cruiser, Penn Police Office Ed Miller jumped into action.
09/15/16 12:24am
The Amazon@Penn opened last May and has since impressed students with its convenience and use of new technology.
08/24/16 12:24am
For Penn students, summer is a time to build resumes, travel the world, take classes or even just relax. But for many, it's also a time to do some good.
06/04/16 6:00am
While Hill College House closes for renovations and the New College House opens, Sansom West will join the roster of Penn college houses. 
05/03/16 10:33pm
The flooding began with a broken sprinkler in room 713, residents and Facilities and Real Estate Services workers on the scene said.
04/07/16 3:22am
An estimated 10,000 people crowded into Temple University to listen to presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) speak.
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