It seems like Penn is the perfect match for Andrew Green (W ’22). The New York City native let the world know on LinkedIn—roughly a week after being admitted—after he updated his headline to ’Incoming Finance Concentrator at the Wharton School’.
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Leon Murphy (W ’19) is one of the greatest to ever do it. His professors and peers alike say he makes school look way too easy. In recent times, he has carried his family with his endless career prospects and success.
Marc Ross (W ’19) is tired of getting deceived. After failing to reconnect with a friend from Quaker Days, his plan for next year's living situation was in shambles.
It is a tradition in Spring arts shows for younger members in the groups to bid farewell to their senior counterparts, often accompanied by some light roasting. All fun and games, right?
Michael Richmond (E ’20) has been skipping a lot of his classes lately. After starting the semester on a good note, the early mornings and endless periods of procrastination have caught up to him. Or so everyone thinks.
Saturdays may be for the boys, but Fridays are for FNCE100 Professor Joe Harris’ office hours.
Tyler Reynolds (C ’19) has religiously followed Sixers basketball as long as anyone can remember. The team has gradually risen from the depths of despair and looks poised to do damage in the playoffs this year.
Amy Gutmann To Have Campus Conversation with Tyga, IceJJFish, Carly Rae Jepsen, and the All-American Rejects
After several conversations with Joe Biden (who apparently does not like Mr. Trump), Amy Gutmann is finally moving on.
Recruiting season continues to get pushed earlier and earlier, and nobody is safe. Not even baby Quakers.
Laura Clark (W ’19) was in shock on Wednesday when she learned she has never pronounced finance correctly in her entire life.
If you haven’t heard about Fortnite yet, you’re probably living under a rock. The survival game has taken over the world on pretty much every gaming platform, and professional players are regularly raking in six-figure payoffs.
They call it the charity stripe for a reason.
Randy Patel (E ’19) is passionate about his major, NETS, which is short for Networked and Social Systems Engineering. Everyday, he is privileged to learn about how networks shape society and about the socioeconomic and technological factors that drive them.
Moral breakdown was wholly apparent last Thursday when Clyde Jennings (E ’20) cheated on his EAS 203—Engineering Ethics exam with no regrets.
Junior Attempts to Reconnect with Kid He Met at Quaker Days After Best Friend Backs out of Housing Agreement
Marc Ross (W ‘19) was enjoying life as a junior. He got his dream internship, excelled in all his classes and even had his living situation figured out before winter break. Virtually unheard of.
Gareth Jones (E ’19) is usually on the ball when it comes to exams. The Mechanical Engineering major genuinely knows his stuff.
Jonathan Francis (E ’21) is pretty stressed out nowadays. The CIS major has been bombarded with programming assignments since NSO and can now officially LaTeX better than he can talk to girls.
On the night of February 4th, the Philadelphia Eagles made history as they claimed their first ever Super Bowl. Thousands of students from Penn alone raced down Walnut Street, headed towards Center City for post-game celebrations.
It’s midterm season again, and for many, it’s also drop season.
Nathan Donaldson (E ’21) was confused about his summer plans heading into a career fair in Houston Hall. Somehow, he walked out even more confused.