Penn men’s soccer hosted Mount St. Mary's at Rhodes Field for a chance to redeem themselves after a draw on Monday night. The Quakers thus proved their diligence in a 5-1 win, as five different Penn players made the scoresheet.
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On Tuesday, College Dean Paul Sniegowski sent an email to students saying that Penn is optimistic the fall semester will be conducted in person. An in-person semester is certainly welcome news for Penn’s student body, many of whom expressed excitement when it resumed last month.
After notching a loss and a tie in the last two games, Penn women’s soccer (3-1-2) came up with a decisive 4-0 win on Sunday against George Washington (0-6-2).
After Penn field hockey started off the season not as strong as it had hoped — losing matches to Louisville and North Carolina — the Quakers bounced back to win two straight, in large part due to sophomore Sabien Paumen's play in goal.
This fall, Penn football will be charging into an unfamiliar competitive environment, as the Ivy League learns to operate the circus that follows when a season is canceled: freshmen and sophomore athletes who are essentially rookies, "super seniors" in their fifth year of competition and most significantly, the effects of a long break on performances on the fields. Here's a preview of how the Ancient Eight schools hope to recover from the canceled season.
On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board wrote in part, “In another 10 years, students at Penn will have no firsthand memory of that day, no recollection of the sorrow and solidarity that followed … It is for this next generation that we pause for remembrance on the 10-year anniversary of 9/11. We must leave them a record that conveys the momentousness of the event and imparts the lessons we’ve learned.”
In a move that will shift the structure of Penn gymnastics’ upcoming seasons, the team announced today that they’ll be joining the Gymnastics East Conference in 2022.
This fall, students returned to campus, many experiencing it for the first time. For some, one of the benefits of an in-person learning experience is access to exercise facilities, including Pottruck, Penn’s numerous grassy plains, and Penn Park.
Penn has declared this upcoming academic year as the year of civic engagement, emphasizing a commitment to our surrounding communities, like West Philadelphia, and the rest of the world. Almost 200 organizations listed on Penn Clubs fall under the umbrella of community service; with such a prevalent culture surrounding civic engagement and specifically community service, it is very easy to want to participate in as many projects and initiatives as possible. I encourage you, of course, to tackle issues you care about and enjoy your volunteering experiences. However, over my time at Penn, I have discovered that much of Penn’s philanthropic culture, whether due to bad faith or inefficacy, is not what it initially seems.
Playing for the first time in almost two years, Penn women’s soccer started the season off strong, finishing its game on Friday against Temple with a draw and winning its game against George Mason on Sunday.
After over a year of learning almost exclusively online, Penn students face the prospect of returning to in-person classes. This is welcome news to Penn students, many of whom expressed excitement about the prospect of in-person classes, while also displaying fatigue from online ones.
Going into the upcoming athletics season, Penn's fall sports teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
At about 11 p.m. on June 20, 2021, Nashville Sounds relief pitcher Jake Cousins had just finished a Triple-A game in Gwinnett County, Ga. against the Gwinnett Stripers and was heading to the locker room to use the bathroom.
On Thursday, Penn announced that all community members, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear masks in indoor spaces open to the public. This change reverses the University’s previous policy, which only recommended mask wearing, but did not formally require it. This masking policy does not have a designated end date, and comes as Philadelphia County sees “substantial” transmission from COVID-19. The CDC recommends that all people, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks in areas of “substantial” or “high” transmission.
Uber and Lyft have claimed that recent surges in prices in Philadelphia and across the country are a pandemic anomaly. Supposedly, there is a lack of drivers, and as the COVID-19 restrictions finally ease up, drivers will return, prices will bounce back to their normal, affordable prices, and they will stay that way. However, this is blatantly false, and all part of these ridesharing companies’ carefully curated plans to make a profit — at the expense of the American people.
After a hard-fought battle to get to the Olympic stage, Wharton alumnus Sam Mattis reached the final round of the discus event and finished in eighth place out of the 12 finalists.
Last Saturday, five people were killed in a crash on Long Island, New York, with one of the victims being former Penn men’s lacrosse captain James Farrell.
Although their Class of 2024 recruits have yet to see any game action, Penn women’s basketball has boarded on another class of recruits as they prepare for their next season.
Jasmine Chen, who graduated from Penn in 2011, will become the first woman with a Penn affiliation to ever compete in equestrian at the Olympics when she suits up for Chinese Taipei this summer in Tokyo.
As the Olympics get underway, yet another Penn rower will be a participant: Dara Alizadeh will be competing in the single sculls event for Bermuda.