I can’t remember my first day of college classes. Not really anyways. Awkwardly knocking on doors in my freshman hall with my roommate? Taking a first day of school picture with the people on my floor? Uncomfortable encounters in the freshman hall bathroom? Sure. But my first day of classes? First thing I learned? First homework assignment that I (probably over-enthusiastically) completed? Honestly, I can’t remember a thing. There are images, snapshots, in my mind of what happened during that first week. But not much more than that. Maybe this is because my mind works like a camera — in a series of snapshots that are pieced together into a story later on. But it is also an indication of how college as a whole has been.
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January 20th: Donald Trump was sworn in as the first Penn graduate to become president.
Counseling and Psychological Services is the counseling center at Penn. Offering free and confidential services for students, CAPS provides an array of services including individual therapy, group therapy, personal wellness workshops and referral services. Despite all of the discussion surrounding mental health resources on campus in recent months, only about 15 percent of students regularly step into the offices of CAPS. We decided to take this opportunity to explore CAPS and give students a better idea of what goes on in the CAPS office.
Thinking about taking someone on a special first date, and want to avoid the typical coffee shop or movie and a dinner ordeal? We explored some of the best (and worst) places in Philadelphia to take future potential love interests on a first date this Valentine's Day.
While Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were busy fighting for a comeback in the world of tennis over the past year, Penn tennis was making waves of its own in Ivy League.
The Women’s March on Philadelphia, one of dozens of marches throughout the country in response to President Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday, was expected to have around 20,000 people.
Overall, the 2015-2016 season was one of improvement for Penn gymnastics.
What do you do when you can’t play the sport you love? Turn your fighting energy towards a different arena: the business world.
They’ve gotten going early this year.
Philadelphia saw over 22 inches of snow over the course of the weekend's blizzard. From an overcrowded Fresh Grocer, to empty streets, to sledding in the Quad, Penn's campus was not spared from the snowstorm that hit most of the East Coast.