After a blizzard struck this East Coast this weekend, Penn fencing was forced to reschedule the Philadelphia Invitational for Feb. 21.
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While freshmen completed the Thrive At Penn module over the summer, upperclassmen now need to complete TAP again.
Junior Grace van Arkel clinched the match for Penn women's squash against Stanford on Sunday, sweeping her opponent from the ninth position before the Quakers ultimately ended up with the 9-0 rout.
Sophomore guard Antonio Woods was expected to help fill the void in the wake of Tony Hicks' decision to leave Penn basketball, but instead he, too, will be off the court for the Quakers after being ruled academically ineligible for 2015-16.
For decades, the Penn-Princeton rivalry has been the hallmark of both programs, bringing out alumni, students and fans in force to the games.
Freshman guard Jake Silpe made the most of the opportunity opened up by Antonio Woods' absence from Penn basketball, recording 11 points, seven rebounds and seven assists against Princeton on Saturday.
With 10 points and 19 rebounds, junior forward Sydney Stipanovich logged her 10th double-double of the season as Penn women's basketball took down Brown, 69-59.
Junior center Sydney Stipanovich was named last week's Ivy co-Player of the Week during Monday's game, in which she scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds.
College sophomore Nico Corrino, who pioneered the mobile app Soundcheck, spoke at the Kelly Writer's House on Tuesday.
Freshman Karim Hussein, who hails from Cairo, Egypt, is one of the many international players on the men's squash team that has helped give the Quakers an undefeated start to 2015.
Coach Mike McLaughlin recorded his 500th win of his career on Saturday.
The Penn Thanks Facebook page, created by the Wharton Undergraduate Giving Society’s Membership Committee, aims to promote a culture of positivity among Penn’s campus.
While some aspiring Quakers take a trip to Penn before applying, others take the dive without ever having physically been on campus.
J*Stage Theater Company, Penn's newest acting group, produces theatrical performances that help spread Jewish values to broader social contexts. Board members of J*Stage: College sophomore Zoe Stoller, College junior Michelle Guefen, and College sophomore Ethan Friedson (director). Not Pictured: College sophomore Sam Korn, College junior Robbie Tannenbaum, College junior Megan Lane. // Ananya Chandra | Sports Photo Editor-elect
The Penn Guardian app is a public safety app that provides first responders personalized additional information about callers.