Living in a concrete jungle like Penn’s campus, it can be easy to imagine the vast, uncharted, natural world with a distant passivity.
Though the Vagina Monologues have come and gone, students are working to make sure its message is here to stay.
Bringing a widespread trend to campus, the Kelly Writers House hosted their second annual Edible Books Party last night. In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, students recreated popular literary titles using food and their imaginations, filling the dining room table with anything from ketchup on rye bread to “Steve Cobs” — a portrait of the late Apple founder composed mostly of corn.
Panelists ranged from a current Wharton junior to recent Wharton graduates to a history major from Haverford College.
With public education being an issue that could potentially be influenced by the election, members of the Penn community came together Monday to discuss the future of the city’s school system.
Living on One’s two co-founders and two cameramen lived for 56 days in a rural Guatemalan village on just one dollar a day. Battling E. coli and giardia, an intestinal disease, they documented their challenges, successes and overall experience for the rest of the world to see.