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Many things in college are overhyped. Storming the court after a big win is not one of them.
Even though a loss at Harvard (8-1, 5-1 Ivy) last weekend has mathematically eliminated Penn football (6-3, 3-3) from Ivy League title contention, the Quakers still have one game left. This is not just any game, though. Penn's 2023 finale is against the team's biggest rival: Princeton (4-5, 3-3). See if The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports Department thinks the Quakers can pull out the win and end their season with a Senior Day victory.
The Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations and the Jewish Studies Program are hosting a symposium in honor of professor of Folklore and Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations Dan Ben-Amos, who died this spring.
With the Advance Registration deadline just around the corner (Monday, Nov. 13 at 11:59 PM) here are some courses that the DP Opinion’s staff columnists recommend that every Penn student take before they graduate.
After defending home field last week against Cornell, Penn football (6-2, 3-2 Ivy) will be hitting the road one last time this season, this time going north to Cambridge, Mass. and taking on conference-leading Harvard (7-1, 4-1), with a share of first place in the Ivy League on the line. The Crimson are currently ranked 19th in the FCS Coaches Poll. Ahead of this crucial test, members of The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports Department make their picks for this critical battle.
On Nov. 7, we will have the opportunity to exercise one of the most valuable democratic rights — the right to vote. Regardless of our backgrounds, communities, or academic interests, voting is a privilege that unites us as active participants in the democratic process.
Following last Friday's loss against Brown at home, Penn football (5-2, 2-2 Ivy) is now entering the final stretch of its season, with three must-win games to keep the team's Ivy League title hopes alive. That stretch of games begins Saturday, when Cornell (3-4, 2-2) heads into Franklin Field. Ahead of kickoff, see how members of The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports Staff think the game will go.
Ezekiel Emanuel, vice provost for Global Initiatives and professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, wrote a New York Times opinion piece calling on higher education institutions to address the “moral deficiencies of a liberal education.”
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Student newspapers capture student life through a distinct lens. No third party is better suited to uncover and report on the student perspective behind breaking events on campus than students themselves, particularly during times of controversy.
With one Ivy loss already in the books, the rights to this season's Ivy title will be contingent on Penn football extending its current three-game winning streak. Ahead of the Quaker's (5-1, 2-1 Ivy) matchup with Brown (3-3, 1-2), members of The Daily Pennsylvanian sports staff make their pick on which odds Friday's contest will favor.
Straight off its first Ivy League win of the season against Columbia (2-3, 0-2 Ivy), Penn football (4-1, 1-1) hits the road again, this time taking on the Yale Bulldogs (3-2, 1-1). Four sports reporters at The Daily Pennsylvanian make their picks ahead of the Quakers' battle against the reigning conference champions.
Last week, Penn football faced its first setback of the season, as it fell to Dartmouth in overtime, 23-20, after trailing for much of the contest. This week, though, it has a chance to bounce back, as the Quakers (2-1, 0-1 Ivy) will play Georgetown (3-2) in their final non-conference game of 2023. Here's how members of The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports Department think Saturday's contest will go.
In its two games this year, Penn football has shone, largely powered by the light from a number of breakout stars. But this weekend, the team faces its first Ivy test when Dartmouth rolls into Franklin Field. Here's how members of The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports Department think Saturday's Ivy opener will go.
Penn football is seeking to follow up last week's win at Colgate with its second-straight Patriot League game, this time at Bucknell in Lewisburg, Pa. The Bison are 1-1 and should be fresh off their bye last week. Ahead of Saturday's game, The Daily Pennsylvanian's Sports staff makes their picks.
Upon first entering Penn, students are greeted with myriad activities and organizations to engage with: It can be dizzying keeping up with them all. Here are a few of The Daily Pennsylvanian’s top recommendations for what to try before you leave Penn, from our Opinion columnists.
During his stint as summer sports editor in 2020, Brandon Pride introduced the "15 Questions" series to The DP, allowing athletes to share small tidbits about their lives both inside and outside of sports.
After a packed first two days of the 127th running of Penn Relays, the stage is set at Franklin Field for a final day that is sure to excite. WIth plenty of championships in a wide variety of events, plus several highly-anticipated Olympic Development events, there’s going to be a lot of action throughout today. A slight drizzle is still falling from yesterday, but that isn’t deterring the athletes or the spectators gathered here.
With day one of the 127th running of the Penn Relays in the books, attention turns to day two, which features a packed slate of action. We’ve got you covered live from Franklin Field, as some of the world’s best high school and college athletes vie for a chance at glory.
The 127th running of the Penn Relays kicked off on Thursday morning, marking the newest chapter of one of track and field's most storied traditions. We've got you covered with live updates from Franklin Field, highlighting the best of the action from Day 1.