Articles by Jennifer Yu

11/25/13 9:59pm
For many Penn football fans, the play against Dartmouth will come away as the defining moment of Park’s football career. But there’s a lot more that will inevitably be left out of the highlight reel.
10/31/13 7:37pm
Next Monday, the pages of Sports Illustrated will contain a face very familiar to Penn field hockey: Jasmine Cole.
10/13/13 2:20pm
Five different Quakers scored as Penn (9-2, 3-0 Ivy) beat UMass-Lowell (1-13), 5-0, on Sunday afternoon.
10/09/13 7:27pm

Penn field hockey wins another overtime battle

For the second time in just four days, it took an overtime game-winning goal from junior Emily Corcoran to give Penn a ‘W,’ this time at Rider, 4-3.
09/28/13 1:50pm
Even away from Ellen Vagelos field, Penn field hockey keeps adding on to its string of success, beating Harvard, 1-0.
09/17/13 12:08am
For Penn field hockey’s Helene Caniglia, going home and visiting the family doesn’t necessarily mean a break from athletics. The current junior midfield has four siblings, all of whom played or currently plays a sport in college.
09/03/13 5:33pm
It’s an oft-repeated maxim in the classroom: Teaching others is the best way to learn. This summer, that age-old technique was taken out of the classroom and onto Penn’s volleyball courts.
07/31/13 9:02pm
Murphy, who plays at center midfield for the Penn men’s soccer team, was part of the Lehigh Valley United ’93 team that won an under-19 national championship over the weekend.
07/17/13 8:20pm
Starting in the fall, Penn will be rolling out a feature that allows viewers to stream sports games across the Ivy League.
07/02/13 7:19pm
Come fall, students will be expected to learn in anemic schools with no arts classes, sports programs or music groups. What I find absolutely abhorrent about this situation is the lack of responsibility on the part of local businesses, city and state legislators alike concerning this issue.
07/02/13 6:20pm
This summer, Penn will be using its basketball program’s illustrious history to bring some modern flair to the Palestra.
06/19/13 9:25pm
Penn basketball recently adopted inRecruit, a new sports recruiting platform that seeks to make it easier for coaches to evaluate prospective players.
06/12/13 5:33pm
As we go to work and take on an ever greater list of responsibilities, from drafting emails to creating presentations to writing memos, it becomes increasingly important to remember that taking professional responsibility is a commitment that we all must honor.
05/29/13 10:03pm
The lifelike drama of it all is only amplified by its unpredictability. Sports take on grand storylines, featuring a landscape of conflicts and climaxes and heroes and villains to rival any fairy tale. It’s drama that is fundamentally human on one of the largest of stages.
05/29/13 7:39pm
For Chris Johnson, cycling was always a natural hobby. He grew up in the part of California where the mountain bike was invented, so it only made sense that he would end up biking. In high school and throughout college, however, he went off the beaten bike path and ended up competing in track and field. However, Johnson, a 2005 College graduate, never forgot his passion for cycling.
05/22/13 11:05pm

Jennifer Yu | A summer to remember

Summer is 12 weeks of limited responsibility and people who are just as willing to try new, potentially regrettable things as you are. Take advantage of this, and never be afraid to make some mistakes along the way.
05/21/13 7:43pm
The NCAA women’s lacrosse national championships will be held at Villanova Stadium in Villanova, Pa. this weekend, featuring three of the opponents that Penn faced off against in the regular season.
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