A few weeks ago, 34th Street published an article detailing some aspects of cocaine use at our University. The story failed to make the connection between consumption in our own sheltered environment, and the violent drug cartels in developing countries that supply the drug.
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In his own words, environmental studies graduate student Daniel Schupsky “cannot remember not being able to swim.”
Hackers at PennApps this weekend will take home much more than $30,000 in prize money.
SÃO PAULO — For the Penn students in Brazil this summer, São Paulo’s mass anti-government protests are more than a series of running news bulletins and Twitter hashtags. They’re day-to-day reality.
For those who grow tired of the Rave movie theater, there is a dramatically alternative cinematic option just a few steps away.
Stand on Locust Walk for an afternoon. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a student who’s heard of the Morris Arboretum, much less one who can even pronounce the name correctly.
One year ago today, freshmen took cover from a rainstorm at the Palestra as Penn President Amy Gutmann declared them the most talented and diverse class Penn had ever seen. Tonight, they did it again.
In light of national debate over the United States’ relationship with China, the Penn Club of New York hosted foreign dignitaries and business leaders in a panel discussion on June 13.
Philadelphia is feeling the heat as recent fires have raised the issue of “brownouts,” or temporary suspensions of select fire engines or ladder companies throughout the city, including the neigborhood surrounding Penn.
Americans have long known the television jingle, “What would you do for a Klondike bar?”
Nearly 200 students and faculty turned out to Wharton’s first annual Undergraduate and MBA Charity 5K Race on Saturday. By 9 a.m., loudspeakers at the Hill Field registration table were already blasting high-energy tunes. Soon after, the crowd — a massive, cohesive grouping of adrenaline — moved towards the race’s starting point.
Mustaqeem Abdul-Azeem spent 14 years in prison and then lived in a shelter. Today, thanks to the microfinance group Project Enterprise, his vending table business grosses six figures annually.
According to one expert, the Arab Spring is set to spring on indefinitely.
The catalog of rakes, womanizers and pick-up artists typically unravels as such: Casanova, Don Juan, James Bond. Enter the “Asian Playboy,” JT Tran.