What do we have at Penn as a last hurrah? I guess it was supposed to be Feb Club, but these events have left me feeling like the estranged cousin at a family holiday.
For every female character, there are generally two male characters. Is it too much to ask that movies try a little bit harder to reflect reality? There are so many different types of diversity that Hollywood fails at.
Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be about validation. As nice as it was to have a guy confirming that my butt is not strangely misshapen, whether or not someone says it, it’s still true. There’s no reason to spend a holiday trying to parade around relationship labels.
Can a sorority woman dress a certain way and still respect herself? What about a businesswoman — what does she have to wear to look professional?
Sometimes I go and I’m extremely happy. This is great. Thank you, crippling fear of missing another sing-along to Ke$ha’s “Timber.”
For some reason, though, it feels taboo to strike up a friendly conversation before a lecture starts. At best, the conversation fizzles out after questions about other classes and dorms, and you end up nodding to yourself, muttering, “Cool, that’s cool. Very nice. Cool.”
I’ve learned what kind of friendships I need and how it feels to find a group of girls that will share even your lowest moments — and sometimes even laugh at your worst jokes.
I’m fairly certain if I met my celebrity idol Robert Downey Jr., he would shake my hand, sign the lunchbox I have with his face on it and then ask me, “So, Sara, what are your post-graduation plans?”
Meghan Hussey, 2012 College graduate and scholarship recipient of the George J. Mitchell Scholarship, has been involved in working with the disabled for a major part of her life.
A Wharton MBA student created ChargeItSpot, a free mobile phone charging station that provides charging cables inside a locker. The service is now live at more than 30 locations in Philadelphia — more than 10 of them are on Penn’s campus — and is expanding along the East Coast.
Minority-serving institutions are schools that work to provide education for students of color, specifically low-income students or students of underrepresented minorities.
After unionizing with the Teamsters Local 929, dining hall workers have finished negotiating a contract with Bon Apetit. The new contract will increase wages and provide a healthcare package.
A study by two Graduate School of Education assistant professors shows that Philadelphia schools are spending less money per pupil yet performing as well as comparable districts.
Symptoms include fever, severe headache and sensitivity to bright light.
Even spaces that are rent free require that students pay for services such as housekeeping and security.
Keith Eisner talks about his different jobs from the USA Network to Law & Order as he used his writing skills from law school to break into the television industry.
McGraw-Hill hopes that through EDSI there will be opportunities to push the boundaries of what is possible in education.
The Comprehensive Cancer Care Program, developed by the School of Veterinary Medicine, helps pets and their owners fight through cancer.
Woodlands Cemetery is home to 54 acres of green space, ancient trees and the resting places of notable figures.
The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at the Student Activities Council’s moratorium instituted to prevent bankruptcy.