For the first time since the 2006-07 season, Penn men’s basketball has won an Ivy League championship.
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CAMBRIDGE, MA — All good things must end.
Through the early part of the Ivy League schedule, Penn men’s basketball has gotten off to a perfect 3-0 start in conference play. Within the Big 5, though, things have not been nearly as rosy.
A touchdown as time expired in regulation. A walk-off touchdown in overtime. A missed game-tying field goal as the clock neared 0:00. Are you noticing a trend here?
It was quite the accomplishment: before ever playing his first game in a Penn uniform, Matt MacDonald was already one of the team’s captains.
It was the Yale in the coffin.
Rod Rosenstein has become a pivotal figure in the Russia probe — but what was he like at Penn?
Following President Donald Trump's stunning victory last fall, various Penn alumni have been elevated to prominent roles in the federal government — including Deputy Attorney General and 1986 Wharton graduate Rod Rosenstein.
“Wow, 42 points, that’s a lot!”
For the past three seasons, there was no doubt who would be manning Penn football’s most important position.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a 1986 Wharton graduate with over two decades of experience in the Department of Justice, has been the subject of numerous headlines since he wrote a highly publicized statement recommending the firing of former FBI Director James Comey in May. A week after that memo, Rosenstein appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller to head a special counsel investigation into the links between President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign and the Russian government's interference in the 2016 presidential election. Rosenstein has continued to expand the investigation even as Trump has dismissed the probe as a "a total fabrication" and "a witch hunt."
After suffering two shutout losses to start the season, Penn women’s soccer is hoping that flipping coasts will mean flipping game outcomes.
After four stellar years at Meiklejohn stadium, 2015 Penn graduate and left-handed pitcher Ronnie Glenn was taken in the 22nd round of the Major League Baseball draft. Since then, Glenn has been steadily working his way up the Los Angeles Angels’ minor league ladder; he currently is in his second season with the Single-A Burlington (IA) Bees.
For the vast majority of able-bodied twenty-somethings, “getting drafted” is something to be feared. But for a small group of recent Penn baseball grads, being selected in this week’s draft will be the joyful culmination of years of hard work.
NEW YORK — Could this year be the year?
The Fresh Grocer’s time at 40th and Walnut streets is officially coming to an end, the University and Acme announced Monday.
Penn baseball has been on a roll as of late. This weekend, Red and Blue fans will find out just how legit the team really is.
Penn baseball’s starting lineup is relatively wet behind the ears: seven regulars are either freshmen or sophomores.
Penn President Amy Gutmann and former Vice President Joe Biden will hold “an engaging conversation” with members of the Penn community in Irvine Auditorium on March 30, Gutmann announced in an email to undergraduate students Wednesday.
In the face of of heavy snowfall in the Philadelphia area early Thursday morning, Penn sent a weather advisory at 7:45 a.m. to the Penn community that said the University will open at noon, with classes also beginning at 12 p.m.
It wasn’t pretty.