1996 College graduate and actress Elizabeth Banks came to Penn to encourage students to register and vote for Hillary Clinton this November.
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Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that Joe Biden is on campus. That said, the Vice President isn’t the only celeb strolling down Locust Walk today. Penn Alum Elizabeth Banks is joining Penn for Hillary and Penn Dems today, to register voters! She will be at the LGBT Center from 4:30 to 6pm. So drop everything and head over. There will always be another class/recitation/midterm but how often do you get to hang out with a famous person? Also, voting is important. Your professors will understand.
Whether you're looking to spend some time off campus or trying to find something to do in the area, we've collected a few of the most interesting events happening around Philadelphia this week.
Congratulations Penn, we did it! The New York Times has graced us with a shout-out. Since we’re a polite university, it’s only natural for us to write a thank you note to our NYT pals.
Penn alum Elizabeth Banks is set to host Saturday Night Live on November 14th, finally proving that maybe there is a point to studying Communication.
Here at UTB, we're committed to making the web a more beautiful place. That's why starting now, we'll be regularly reviewing websites that belong to Penn's many student organizations. There's a lot of embarrassingly neglected domains, questionable content, and sorority sites that have been hacked by Chinese gamblers out there, and we want to share them with you, the world wide web.
Few Penn students can say that they have appeared in a film that had the biggest-ever opening for a musical movie. But when “Pitch Perfect 2” debuted on May 15 and earned almost $70 million over its first weekend, the members of Penn’s South Asian all-male a cappella group, Penn Masala, earned that distinction.
As the Class of 2015 began their Penn careers four years ago, William and Kate, Adele and Occupy movements were likely on the tongues of many freshmen during New Student Orientation. The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at some of the hot topics of 2011 and how they’ve changed (or stayed the same).
Some hope to get their feet wet in the business world. Others hope to get a foot in the door at the Wharton School. Regardless of their motives, select rising high school seniors populate the Quad every July to take part in the intensive business program, Leadership in the Business World.
In news that surprised hardly any political observer, Hillary Rodham Clinton officially announced her campaign to be the next president of the United States.
From left to right: Jon Huntsman Sr., by Marcus Katz; Elizabeth Banks, courtesy of David Shankbone/Creative Commons; John Legend, file photo.
From fashion to prison, the Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at alumni changing the world for better and for worse.
Business Insider listed Penn's 30 most successful alumni, spanning many industries.
ACA-BREAKING NEWS: Everyone's favorite campus a capella group is taking its talents to the silver screen! Penn Masala, iconic musical group and White House VIPs, filmed over the summer for Pitch Perfect 2, the sequel to the smash 2012 hit. The director? Star/producer of the first, Penn alumna Elizabeth Banks. Snaps 4 Liz (and Universal Studios) for throwing a bone to her alma mater in what promises to be the musical comedy of 2015.
Lend them your ears: Penn Masala, Penn’s internationally renowned South Asian all-male a cappella group, will be joining the actors of “Pitch Perfect 2” on the big screen as their musical rivals next May.
I got my ticket for the ICCA At Drexel U this Saturday And I sure would like some sweet company Because it's at 7pm tomorrow Whaddya say?
We volunteer! We volunteer as tribute!! This website is hosting a contest for one school to win an advanced screening of Catching Fire and as of now, Penn *was* in first place. We're now being killed by bigger schools. VOTE AHORA! And in the words of Penn alum Elizabeth Banks...
If you’ve looked at an Ivy women’s soccer table the last decade, it would be easy to find Cornell at the bottom.
Congressional action has lowered student loan rates for American college students.