It's official. The day is finally here. On this day, October 9th, 2017, sophomores Erin McCarthy and Melissa Ryan have been Facebook Friends for exactly one calendar year. And thank God they shared the news with the world, or else millions of people may never have realized the gravity of the day.
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When most students think about summer internships, they usually think about working for companies like Goldman Sachs or researching under a professor at Penn. Jason Cai (C ‘19), however, had something very different in mind.
The Penn Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) is one of several ways for students to make a tangible impact on campus. Members spend many nights volunteering to ensure the safety of others on campus. Recently, MERT inducted its new class of volunteers; however, much to his disappointment, freshman David Rodriguez (C ’21) did not make the cut.
With OCR season upon us, most students are frantically preparing for interviews and coffee chats in hopes of landing their dream internship. Things were looking grim for Wharton senior Sam Kaufman as he finished OCR without a single offer. Then, he saw the light.
Hi there. Remember me? I interviewed for that entry management position last week. If you don’t remember, I was the handsome one. Haha! Just kidding. But really, do you remember me?
Before I met Amy Gutmann, the president of our university, I didn't have a very high opinion of her. I'd seen many negative memes about her, and read an article from a very reputable news source pointing out that the value of her celery is enormous. I agreed that while she might have done well in raising funds for the university, there were clearly issues on campus that she was not adequately addressing.
Just how stupid are babies, really?
The University updated its housing policy yesterday to include a new rule that all pets are now allowed in dorms. The only caveat? You can’t want them there.
I turn the handle of the door, checking to make sure my horrible son, Johnny Jr., whom I truly do hate, is by my side. He is not. I find him in the floor’s study lounge, tattooing a terrified man’s face. Rats. He must have found the tattoo gun I stole from his mother, my beautiful ex-wife, whom I miss desperately.
Buying a house is a milestone in many people’s lives, but finding your dream home? That's something that most can only dream of. For 21 year old Eva Hayes, that dream just became a reality.
Guess he'll have to fall back on consulting.
In the past week Penn has seen a slight policy change regarding its quiet hours. The times that quiet hours are in effect have not changed, unless you have good taste in music. If you fall within this category, you have full privileges to blare your tunes from dusk to dawn.
Once again, a Penn student has broken the mold in scientific research. This time, not as the scientist—but as the subject.
Have you been "meaning to watch" Moonlight for the twelve months since it premiered but somehow haven't gotten around to it? Same! Here are five bad films you can fill your free time with this fall break, so you can continue to postpone watching Barry Jenkins' groundbreaking, critically-acclaimed story of self discovery.
The Kelly Writers House (KWH) has had its fair share of problems over the past few years. Once considered the hub of Penn’s literary scene, the KWH seems to be fighting a losing battle against new institutions such as an upcoming 1.2 billion dollar English building and the tree that’s been obscuring the sign in front of its door as of late.
After leaving so many familiar faces back home last month, Nathaniel Simmons (W’ 21) is ready to leave the backwater city of Philadelphia in favor of greener pastures. Like the prodigal son returning home, he’s heading back to New York for break and he’s got to let everyone know about it. At every turn in his first 5 weeks on campus Nat has been sure to mention that he's from the Big Apple.
Hey, you. I don't know who you are, but I do know one thing: you took my laundry out and set it in a careless, wet heap atop the machine. I didn't even get a chance to move it myself to the dryer, and I set a fucking timer, which means you pulled this bullshit while my clothes were still in the wash. So I've got a few questions for you, punk:
Midterm season is upon us! Many schedules (and self-esteems built up by excelling during high school with little effort) won't survive it. Perhaps no class will see a larger net change, however, than CIS 160. Penn has graciously made the class a requirement for CIS majors and minors, so students have the opportunity to take it until they pass.
With OCR ongoing and many working to secure their internships for the Summer of 2018 2019 2020, some finance students are buckling under the overwhelming pressure to be better than all of their peers. While many destress by trading penny stocks or monitoring their families’ offshore accounts, some have turned to a new, alternative technology for decompression: a state-of-the-art internship virtual-reality simulation.