Spotted on the big periodic table in CHEM 102 yesterday, one of these Walter White missing posters is slapped up on bromine. Oh Mr. White, he's probably somewhere out there, more dazed, confused, and lost than the kids taking orgo this semester. P.S. If you haven't seen Breaking Bad yet, you're probably also someone who fell for this.
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Welcome back pal. We hope you rested up on your measly two days off because there are (sigh) three Mondays to go before semester's end.
Because we're thankful for ya, the staff here at UTB put together a li'l Thanksgiving bingo card for your eNjOyMeNt. Click to enlarge, print, and cut it out (god bless if you actually do). See if you can get bingo before the food coma sets in, or blackout before Grandma blacks out. Hurrah, hurrah, happy Thanksgivukkah!
Something to be thankful for: The UA is selling $6 Penn airport shuttle tickets outside the OSA office on the 2nd floor of Houston. Cash only!
Ever wanted to see your professors dance? Well they're going to anyway. 2pm tomorrow in Bodek Lounge, à la Dancing with the Stars, participating student-professor partnerships will be boogieying for victory your approval.
Well, well, well, well, well, well, in what was once craaazy enough to be a DP Joke Article, Wharton might actually, fully open Huntsman GSR doors to CollEngiNursing students.
Fresh from the archives, here's a quick li'l 1896 throwback of our favorite Dining Dollar vacuum/cozy place to get some work done. Established as a place for students to "pass their leisure hours in harmless recreation and amusement" (lol), Houston Hall is the nation's first student union, which is pretty cool.
Mad props to Penn Law's ultra talented Phil Shecter for carving these judiciary masterpieces out in the Penn Law courtyard---because as we all know, the only thing scarier than our legislative branch lately is a pumpkinized Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But hey, Shecter, is a Harvey Specter too much to ask for by tomorrow?
Don't cry because Ashton's long gone; smile because Forrest Gump producer, Wendy Finerman (W '82), is visiting!
Once upon a Friday, there was a squirrel named Jack. Sure, he looks cute 'n' friendly, but really he's 'bout to attack.
BREAKING BUILDING NEWS: Construction actually ends if you wait long enough! Welcome the newest and definitely shiniest addition to campus: the Singh Center for Nanotechnology.
Peeing on ol' BFrank is one thing, but THIS? This is just over the line. It seems like the beloved statue on 37th and Locust was tagged last night. JAK, or should we say JAKASS, if you're out there, just know that Ben doesn't appreciate you autographing his Gazette.
That's right, introducing a brand new power couple: SiriusXM Radio and Wharton. They're working together to launch Business Radio, the first full-time business management radio channel, letting you listen to Whartonites talk about themselves not only 24/7, but also 24/7.
Ah, PennApps: a friendly biannual reminder that when Enginerds aren't up all night coding for a class, they're SEASing the day up all night coding for a $10,000 grand prize.
In case you needed yet another Penn events webthing slash aggregator, check out EasySocial. But don't close this tab just yet, because we want to know, seriously, is EasySocial any different from the rest? Well it turns out: somewhat!
While he's no Ashton Kutcher, at least he doesn't pretend to be one of the greatest entrepreneur minds out there; he is one. Co-founder of Reddit Alexis Ohanian is stopping by Penn on December 2nd!
Listen up freshies. Sadly now that NSO is NSOver, it's time to float back down to real life where the Mondays are long and the 2am Wawa lines are longer. But everything's going to be just fine, especially with the elders here to guide you.
Sperm never forgets Yeah, so, a new study finds that the stress guys experience can translate into the genetic material they pass on, resulting in kids that cope poorly with anxiety and other related deficiencies.
Before you buy those Rave tickets for Monsters University in 3D, check this. Every Thursday night from June 27th to August 15th (minus the 4th of July), there'll be outdoor screenings of some classic '80s movies at Drexel Park.