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We all already know that Valentine’s Day is a sexist holiday created by corporations to sell you things you don’t need to prove you love the people closest to you. Obviously, as a woke, intersectional, patriarchy-fighting, planned parenthood-donating feminist, you want no part in this holiday. But that doesn’t mean you don’t deserve chocolate. Here are three outfits to wear this Valentine’s Day to let everyone around you know that you don’t believe in being a cog in the fascist, heteronormative, oppressive, capitalist regime, but still want chocolates on February 14th.
Recently, many students have protested against Penn’s pre-professional culture and the seemingly few number of students who don’t pursue a career path in business, medicine, or law.
I am employed. I am not looking for a job. So people ask me, “Why do you keep going to career fairs?” Well, I go to get new cups for my kitchen.
This has been a turbulent week for students at the
University of Pennsylvania, where professors are under pressure to combat the grade inflation that has been rising steadily since the ‘90s. Some
professors have been quick to criticize the new policy, arguing that the old
grading metrics need to be corrected for the social media and technology
addictions that have brought
down academic standards in schools and universities across the nation.
Citing substandard security, Van Pelt Library director Bob Glass announced on Saturday that Van Pelt is planning to install full-body scanners at the library’s exit.
Nathan Donaldson (E ’21) was confused about his summer plans heading into a career fair in Houston Hall. Somehow, he walked out even more confused.
Sam O’Neal (W ’21) takes pride in his networking abilities. He has read How to Win Friends and Influence People seven times now, and it has clearly paid dividends. The Finance concentrator has already lined up an internship at Goldman Sachs, and he claims that he’s just getting started.
We’ve all been there. You get turned down for a Valentine’s date, but the explanation is a little hard to decipher. Maybe Jessica really is allergic to nighttime, or maybe she just doesn’t see you as more than a friend. This quiz will help you figure out for sure if your crush really has a midterm at 8pm on Valentine’s Day, or if they’re just not into you.
The Penn Republican Society (PRS) may be one of countless political groups on campus, but it is certainly one of the few leading the charge in issues of diversity and representation.
Juul: it’s the oral fixation that’s sweeping the nation, and now there’s evidence that it’s an even more juvenile habit than we thought.
It started out
so innocent, so innocuous.
Connor Zhao (C ’20) recently purchased a new 13-inch MacBook Pro for $1799 plus tax. The computer features a 3.1GHz dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 256GB of SSD storage, and a powerful Radeon Pro discrete GPU.
In a groundbreaking move that has shattered the glass ceiling for cultural clubs everywhere, the Penn Taiwanese Society has accepted John Huang (C '21) into their organization, making him the first member of their club with a true Taiwanese heritage.
In a stunning turn of events Thursday night, Brian Rice (W ’19) was forced to cancel an UberX and call an UberXL in order to accommodate Jeremy.
The University announced last Wednesday that they will be phasing out PennCards and replacing them with Radio-Frequency Identification chip implants. Each "Penn Chip" will be inserted into a Penn-affiliate’s neck. The move comes after several complaints by students about the hassle of PennCards.
This Penn Physics Professor didn’t become the chair of his department for nothing. For years, Dr. Louis Rozman toiled away in his lab, unlocking the secrets of the universe through his physics research. Now the head of the graduate research laboratory, Rozman has taken it upon himself to continue searching for answers.
Listen here, friend.
Julia Levitt (W '18) may be a finance major, but that doesn't mean she doesn't care about people.
Ben Schuyler (W '19) likes his sleep.
Hey Penn students.