At a time when students are discussing a need for safe spaces and peer-to-peer vulnerability, this weekend's Penn Monologues show created a lesser-known avenue of insight into Penn students' lives and personal stories.
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Human intuition outperformed the most advanced computer algorithms in a quantum physics video game at the Aarhus University of Denmark.
Oscar-winning producer and co-writer of “Spotlight” Josh Singer squinted as he walked up to the podium of Annenberg’s Zellerbach Theater. “I am more used to being in a dark room staring at a screen than public speaking, but I guess this is a dark room,” he said.
Game theorists at New York University and Maastricht University in the Netherlands have called for a change to the rules of soccer to level an unfair advantage in one of the most tension-provoking parts of the game: the penalty shootout.
While other students are heading to Cancun or home for some much needed relaxation, one Penn English major will be traveling on an all-expenses paid trip to work on her novel in a seaside cottage.
At the corner of 41st and Walnut, you’ll find some student apartments and houses, the Homewood Suite hotel by Hilton and a middle-aged wheelchair bound veteran named Phil.