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We Tried the Edible Plants on Penn's Campus

Penn Facilities and Real Estate Services intern Elena Juodisius charted out the locations around campus that have plants that humans can eat. The Daily Pennsylvanian sent staffer Carson Kahoe out to try them all.



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Ballin on a Budget: Sebastian (Episode 4)

Looking to decorate your apartment, but operating on a student budget? In this episode of "Ballin' on a Budget," junior Sebastian teaches us the definition of ballin' on a budget: thrifting, dumpster diving, and stealing wall signs to score valuable designer furniture, and achieve an ultimate, mid-century modern chic home. For more tips and tricks, make sure to check out the DP's 2018 Housing Guide!



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Ballin on a Budget: Morgan (Episode 3)

Looking to decorate your apartment, but operating on a student budget? In this episode of "Ballin' on a Budget," senior Morgan and her roommates seriously balled out furnishing their new place with furniture off the Free & For Sale Facebook group (and the dumpster!). For more tips and tricks, make sure to check out the DP's 2018 Housing Guide, going live tomorrow!



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Ballin on a Budget: Alyssa (Episode 2)

Looking to decorate your apartment, but operating on a student budget? In this episode of "Ballin' on a Budget," junior Alyssa shows us how to deck out a tiny room for cheap by snagging furniture off the Free & For Sale Facebook group. For more tips and tricks, make sure to check out the DP's 2018 Housing Guide, going live this Thursday.



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Ballin on a Budget: Sunia & Raisa (Episode 1)

Looking to decorate your apartment, but operating on a student budget? In the inaugural episode of "Ballin' on a Budget," seniors Sunia and Rasia teach you how to deck out your room for a cheap price by snagging furniture off the Free & For Sale Facebook group, among other thrifty means. For more tips and tricks, make sure to check out the DP's 2018 Housing Guide, going live this Thursday.



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The March to End Rape Culture (2018)

Penn students joined hundreds of marchers on Saturday, September 29, to protest rape culture and its effects across society.



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Photo Gallery | March to End Rape Culture

The March to End Rape Culture returned to Philadelphia this past weekend after an eventful week of news with the Brett Kavanaugh hearing and Bill Cosby's sentencing. This annual event raises awareness about rape culture — a culture where sexual violence is accepted as a part of everyday life — and its effects across society. The event began on Saturday around 11 a.m. and some of the speakers included activist and filmmaker Nuala Cabral, members of Galaei, a queer Latinx social justice organization, and speakers from the Coalition to Abolish Death by Incarceration.  Photos by Alec Druggan and Sam Holland 



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Meet Benoit Dube, Penn's Chief Wellness Officer

Penn hired the Ivy League's first Chief Wellness Officer. We asked him a couple of questions to get to know him.



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Penn Football Season Preview 2018

The DP's pre-season take on Penn's football team.