Penn plays its first postseason game in five years against Quinnipiac at the Palestra. Follow along with all the action here.
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Quakers recruit and Southern California native Julian Harrell spoke with ESPNLA.com about the reasons he chose Penn — one of which was his relationship with Miles Cartwright, whom Harrell said he calls his "older brother." Harrell currently plays for Cartwright's alma mater, Loyola High School, in Los Angeles.
Whenever we have marketing focus groups about the DP, a disconcerting number of people say that they aren't sure whether the things they read in Street are true or made up. (Hey, Lowbrow) We assure you that we tell no lies, but for one week only, we're eliminating all ambiguity. Now you don't have to think!
Please excuse us while we pull ourselves together.
There's a movement afoot!
Not funny, guys! This button is our inspiration. We cringe at the thought of its defacement. Someone worked really hard on this button, and now they are probably really sad! If you know what this means or feel like ratting someone out, take it to the comments.
When we're not busy blogging (we are always blogging) we are sometimes kind of nerdy. So when we realized that today was the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we thought that was pretty cool. But we had no idea how awesome it was going to be until we got this email from the International Relations department. They're knocking down a wall!
GUYS, IT'S ELECTION DAY!
Don't worry ICA Intercom, we're not that kind of blog. We respect you. (Whoever stole the "ON" - thank you so much.)
So the Balloon Boy story was a hoax. There was no intrepid six-year-old floating in the sky over Colorado last Thursday. You are probably thinking, Under the Button, this is old news! Yeah, yeah we know, but check this out. Balloon Boy's parents aren't the only ones exploiting the harrowing situation of a child (or non-situation, since nothing happened?) for their own personal gain. Joining the melee: CampusFood!
Philadelphians love their sports teams. From the Philles to the Eagles to the Flyers, we've got a lot going for us here. Now we can add another one to the roster -- that's right, Philly's getting a soccer team!
Not since Melissa Lamb of "Box in a Box" fame have we at Under the Button been so taken with a Penn musician. We actually have no clue who this guy is (help us out?) but we're assuming only a Penn student could have created this fantastically wretched "school spirit remix." What is he remixing? Who knows, but you really owe it to yourself to have a listen: