Seth Zweifler sits down with Patrick McGovern, Director of the Biomolecular Archaelogy Larboratory at the Penn Museum, to discuss his research into Ancient Beer. RELATED: One Penn Museum scientific director’s specialty: beer
On Friday, approximately 17,000 people filled Penn Park to celebrate the conclusion of the record-breaking Making History Fund Raising Campaign. With free food, beer and stellar performances by Train and John Legend, the event brought members from all aspects of the Penn community together for a momentous occasion. See story here.
The DP got a look at the redesigned sixth floor of Van Pelt.
We’re excited to announce our first ever Athlete of the Week, junior Penn men’s lacrosse goalie Brian Feeney, whose career-high single-game save percentage (.833) helped the Quakers trump Brown for the first time in three seasons. Feeney’s stats this spring speak for themselves, and now, so does he. Read more at The Buzz
What happens at Fling stays at Fling. RELATED: Flinging in the rain with Tyga, Girl Talk and Janelle Monae
In the face of Lou Gehrig’s disease, Scott Mackler is not slowing down. RELATED: Living life, one letter at a time
The Penn community shares their thoughts on this year’s lineup.
On Sunday 4/7, thousands turned out to run for their lives in an event organized by Penn sophomore Andrew Hudis for the veteran’s charity “Active Heroes”.
Men and women gathered at College Green Thursday night for the annual Take Back the Night rally. They marched all around campus yelling “Penn Unite, Take Back the Night” and the event was followed by a candlelight vigil where survivors shared their stories. RELATED: No fear for survivors, supporters at Take Back the Night
Some Engineering seniors for their design project created glasses that vibrate when you start to doze off. Read the story here.
Engineering seniors design glasses that keep you awake. The glasses, created as part of a senior design project, wake the wearer up as they fall asleep. RELATED: Engineering seniors design glasses that keep you awake
Miller Radford explores the ABCS Summit, giving light to service opportunities through learning here at Penn.
Penn Admissions sends out decisions to the incoming freshman Class of 2017. RELATED: Penn admit rate drops to record-low 12.1 percent
John Pollack of Penn Libraries explains hows he is making 400 year-old romance accessible to Penn students through the Early Novels Database. The project focuses on ‘metadata,’ such as title pages and author names. RELATED: Early Novels Database makes 400-year-old books searchable.
Wharton grants GSR access to College and Engineering students, though not Nursing. Wharton’s Spike website made the announcement Tuesday, stirring mixed reactions among students. RELATED: Wharton grants GSR access to College and Engineering students
Fiona Glisson interviews Prof. Daeyong Lee as he explains his award-winning research into the applied properties of “bubbles”. RELATED: Professor uses bubbles as inspiration for design
About 200 protesters from a group called Americans for Free Speech marched in protest of the Wharton India Economic Forum Saturday afternoon near the Penn Museum. RELATED: Protesters march against Wharton India Economic Forum
Gabe Delaney ’15 and Christian Cortes ’15 explain their past experiences and policy positions for the ongoing UA elections. RELATED: Meet your UA Vice President candidates
Christian Cortes W’15 debates with Gabe Delaney C’15 for the UA Vice Presidency. RELATED:UA vice presidential candidates discuss solutions to SAC moratorium
Abe Sutton gives a Q&A session on his uncontested bid for UA Presidency and reelection. RELATED: UA vice presidential candidates discuss solutions to SAC moratorium