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The women who bled Red and Blue: 10 of Penn's greatest trailblazing female athletes

(02/08/24 4:35am)

Over 100 years ago, women were finally able to don the Red and Blue and partake in varsity sports. To celebrate National Girls & Women in Sports Day, let's go over 103 years of women’s sports at Penn and honor the careers of 10 of the best Quakers to ever grace campus, as well as the woman who helped make it all possible.  





Rambaud | This Penn football season leaves more questions than answers

(11/20/23 4:50am)

There was less than a minute on the clock. The Quakers, fresh off a touchdown to put them at 24-31, pulled off the unthinkable and recovered an onside kick. They got back-to-back first downs, sending Franklin Field to its feet. The crowd – myself included – believed we were about to witness a miracle.






Rambaud | Even in win, Penn football shows that problems still remain

(10/09/23 1:39am)

It isn’t always sunny in Philadelphia, and Penn football’s (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) game against Georgetown (3-3) on Saturday proved just that. While Penn walked away from overtime as the victor after a touchdown run by freshman running back Malachi Hosley, I still have concerns as the team heads into the bulk of Ivy League play.