Earlier today, The Daily Pennsylvanian announced that Vice President Joe Biden is reportedly planning to "set up shop" at Penn after leaving office. Here's what our audience has been saying since then:
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Today's election will go down as one of the most significant in our lifetimes. With the youth vote being essential to this election, Penn students and alumni share their thoughts on this historic day.
The first presidential debate of the 2016 Election is underway. Here's what you're saying. Keep checking back for updates.
On the New Hampshire campaign trail, here were the voices that stood out.
1. What’s the difference between a letter and a guest column? The main difference is length. Letters tend to be short, 150-250 word submissions, and are often quick responses to something in the news or something that ran recently on the opinion page. Letters generally are making quick points rather than full-fledged arguments. To get a good idea of the spirit of letters, check out letters to the editor in the New York Times, which are restricted strictly to 150 words. Guest columns, on the other hands, are longer pieces, though are limited to 700 words. Guest columns usually address a new topic that hasn’t been written about before or are long-form responses (usually in opposition) to opinion pieces that ran recently.
In light of former president Sheldon Hackney’s death, The Daily Pennsylvanian will be publishing memories of Hackney from members of the University community. To submit a memory or comment for publication, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DP's weekly video preview of the weekend's sports action looks at men's basketball vs. Army, volleyball in the NCAA tournament, and much more.
The eight-day Jewish festival of Hanukkah began last night. See a photo slideshow of Penn students celebrating at Hillel, Hill College House and outside of Van Pelt Library.
DON'T turn the common area into an intergalactic star-studded time shuttle. DO that to your room. That’s awesome.
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The DP's weekly sports video preview of the weekend's action looks at football's quest for perfection, men's soccer's in the NCAA tournament, and much more.
Brown Bears Last Season: 11-20, 5-9 Ivy Head Coach: Jesse Agel, entering third season, 20-39, 8-30 Ivy Last Ivy League Title: 1985-86 Projected Starters: Sr. F Peter Sullivan So. F Tucker Halpern Fr. G Sean McGonagill Sr. G Adrian Williams So. G Matt Sullivan Non-Ivy highlights: Nov. 12 at Fordham, Dec. 6 at Providence Brown will win if… a relatively strong sophomore class continues its development from last year and provides the necessary support for Peter Sullivan. Brown will lose if… Halpern and sophomore Andrew McCarthy can't grab enough boards to create second-chance points. Last Year: - Jan. 30: With Penn down 54-53 in the final minutes, Dan Monckton grabbed a rebounded shot and stunned Brown with a buzzer-beating 55-54 win. - Feb. 19: Although Zack Rosen scored 29 points, Brown went on a 24-5 run midway through the first half before eventually winning 80-73.
Photos of soccer icons David Beckham and Landon Donovan and their LA Galaxy teammates practicing at Rhodes Field on Wednesday.
PENN at Villanova Live Blog
Though she’s only been a Penn student for about a week, freshman Connie Hsu is already making a big impact.
It has been a long year for Penn athletes and Quakers fans alike. Join us in revisiting some of the highlights — and a few lowlights — of the year, now in easy-to-read grid form!
The 116th running of The Penn Relays features the usual large crowds of high school and college athletes, as well as appearances from Olympic stars like Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell. Check back here throughout the weekend for live updates.
Portions of Spruce Street between 32nd and 40th streets will be closed between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday, according to a Division of Public Safety traffic advisory e-mail.
Spruce Street between 34th and 36th streets will be closed to westbound traffic from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to a Division of Public Safety traffic advisory e-mail. The closure is due to road construction.
Winners are bolded UA President Amalfitano, Matt 1822* Dubler, Grant 992 UA Vice President (points) Pan, Mark P. 5401** Cheng, Faye 4085 Shaeffer, Emily 3575 UA SAS Webley, Alec*** 832 Shuster, Jake 807 Dubler, Grant 761 Cruz, Chris 567 Sexauer, Zeke 519 Jakubowski, Andrew "A.J." 516 Monfred, Jon 511 Young, Amanda 464 Shahin, Mo 464 Chen, Mike 450 Lum, Andrew 441 Levenstein, Michael 434 Ip, Cynthia 434 Pak, Albert 406 Huberlie, Ali 384 Bloch, Adam 374 Brooking, Emerson 369 Amaniel, Alex 342 Boggs, Evan 224 Collado, Manfred A. 204 UA SEAS Shaeffer, Emily*** 260 Sternberg, Matt 238 Ernst, Tyler 245 Staniforth, Andrew 53 UA Wharton Houston, Ryan*** 231 Cheng, Faye 230 Horsley, Hunter 228 Pierce, Michael 177 Khan, Faizan 172 Klasa, Kasia 157 UA Nursing Melendez-Torres, G.J.*** 110 Class Boards, 2011 President Behrens, Adam 652 Sims, Sim K. 225 Executive Vice President Kaplan, Jeff 706 Vice President of External Affairs Wang, Kathy 262 Huntley, Therlow 259 Shahin, Mo 259 Vice President of Internal Affairs Eric Morris 137 Sabrina Benun 76 Vice President of Finances Huynh, Ellen 622 SAS Class Chairs Goodwin, Marcus Cheikh Anta 312 Steinhardt, David 281 SEAS Class Chair Deepak Prabhakar 48 Wharton Class Chair Cymerman, Steve 111 Nursing Class Chair Yang, Tamara 36 Class Boards, 2012 President Khan, Jibran 690 Executive Vice President Chauhan, Shri 658 Vice President of External Affairs Franklin, Samuel 610 Vice President of Internal Affairs Sun, Cecilia 607 Vice President of Finances Chivil, Ariella 608 SAS Class Chairs Kabia, Fatmata 338 Young, Amanda 373 SEAS Class Chair Pampati, Rudra 95 Wharton Class Chair Metchev, Penny 105 Nursing Class Chair O'Neill, Caitlin 28 Class Boards, 2013 President Youshaei, Jonathon 1033 Shuster, Jake 444 Executive Vice President Bilder, Laura 1083 Vice Chair of External Affairs Klasa, Kasia 1052 Vice Chair of Internal Affairs Watkins, Ben 567 Shapiro, David 448 Lubetsky, Lauren 224 Vice Chair of Finances Sexauer, Zeke 1050 SAS Class Chairs Dembowitz, Josh 404 Sanders, Beryl 323 Costable, Katie 295SEAS Class Chair Chatterjee, AJ 157 Wharton Class Chair Jayson, Matt 116 Knocke, Clayton 101 Pierce, Michael 38 Nursing Class Chair Stubbs, Spencer 63