Last night, for those tired of the same old “chocolate and flowers” routine, the Penn Museum offered an alternative approach to Valentine’s Day with a lecture entitled “Fifty Shades of Pompeii.”
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Less than a year ago, 20 people were injured and one killed in a stampede over admission to South Africa’s University of Johannesburg.
Imagine a world where college level courses, taught by leading professors at top-notch universities like Penn, are at the fingertips of any motivated citizen — for free.
In 2010, Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell called out the National Football League for postponing a contentious Eagles-Vikings game. “My biggest beef is that this is part of what’s happened in this country,” he had said. “I think we’ve become wusses.”
Aziz Ansari was back in his element last night as he delivered jokes to a full crowd in Irvine Auditorium — after all, the small-screen Parks and Recreation star started his career as a stand-up comedian.
As the line between debate and bickering becomes less defined in Washington, high-school students are working to set a higher standard.
Designer gowns may be the norm in the Miss America Pageant, but for the Mr. Quaker competition, pajamas will suffice.
While protesters continued the efforts of the Occupy Philadelphia movement at City Hall, a panel addressed approximately 60 students Thursday night in the ARCH building to discuss one of the leading sources of national debate — urban poverty.