It’s one in the morning on Friday night — somehow, with a lot of luck and the aid of the meandering zigzag on Locust, you’ve staggered back home. You’re perfumed with the cheap scent of Franzia (Sunset Blush, of course) and perched on your knees in front of the toilet. One hand desperately clasps the porcelain and the other is barely holding on to the bathroom wall. Should you pull trig? Ah, to hell with it. You’ve got a busy day tomorrow and you’ll feel better immediately.
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I learned to solve a Rubik’s Cube this winter break. My first try took 37 minutes, as I thoroughly inspected the beginner’s guide on YouTube and timidly swapped blues for greens and reds for whites. The feeling is addictive; when solving and racing the clock, I had no time to worry about problems in my life. All that existed was the cube. I’ve since brought my time down to a mere minute and nine seconds.
The popular video game Grand Theft Auto is helping Penn researchers test new autonomous vehicle technology.
People across the world are familiar with the popular prompt-and-answer game Cards Against Humanity, which was launched in 2011, but now there is a version of this game that is uniquely tailored to Penn students.
Texas State University has suspended all Greek life after the death of a 20-year-old sophomore, Matthew Ellis.
A handful of students in the Penn Political Union debated gun rights advocate John Lott on Nov. 3 on the topic of gun regulations. Lott, who is a columnist for Fox News, has criticized various media outlets for proposing stricter gun regulation laws in the wake of mass shootings.
Students in Kent State University's chapter of Turning Point USA, a conservative student group, dressed up as babies last week in an attempt to demonstrate that "safe spaces are for children," according to a report in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
At this new club, Penn students connect with local high schoolers to play basketball and prep for the SAT
A new club is using basketball to bridge the gap between Penn and local high school students.