With the ball on their own 12-yard line and 1:30 left on the clock, the Quakers had a chance to completely erase a sluggish start and a 17-point halftime deficit if they could mount an 88-yard touchdown drive.
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A dangerous left foot has made its way to Rhodes Field.
The streak is finally over.
The last time Penn football beat Villanova, President Taft was still in office.
For 100 freshmen each year, about 25 percent of whom are athletes, their summers end early as they come to campus and take part in the PennCAP Pre-Freshman Program.
It was an historic weekend for Penn men’s soccer — but not in the best of ways for the Quakers.
Penn is bringing a vet back to the athletics department.
Penn men’s soccer is looking to repeat history this weekend.
Tomorrow, the School of Design’s Penn Praxis will look to the future to assess how it will continue to grow.
Over the past four decades, a unique program at Penn has provided Ph.D. hopefuls with an opportunity to pursue a doctoral education.
Ivy road trips have not been kind to Penn baseball, but as the team reaches the crux of its season, it hopes a return to Meiklejohn Stadium will turn its luck around.
Last week, second-year Penn Law student James Wiley was elected the new chair of the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly.
The game of baseball is unpredictable.
Logan walked toward the rubble around Ground Zero. As she and veterinarian Cindy Otto made their way to the site, a man driving a large piece of construction equipment stopped and jumped down, tying his bandanna around the German shepherd’s neck.
On a hot, muggy day in the summer of 1951, Ernie Beck stepped up to the foul line. Although the Palestra was empty, it sweltered in the usual mid-day heat. It was his lunch break and during the one hour he had off, he spent it at the place that had been his home over the previous two years.
Close just will not cut it this weekend.
For nearly eight decades, the Fels Institute of Government has been the “epicenter of public service at Penn,” according to Fels Executive Director David Thornburgh.
Saturday’s canceled doubleheader didn’t take the Penn baseball team out of its element as the Quakers took on Yale Sunday afternoon.
After the first five innings of Wednesday’s baseball game, Penn’s prospects looked bleak. But the Quakers fought back to get their first victory over Villanova since 2009.
Within the next decade, Penn plans to help recruit and retain 100,000 new science, technology, engineering and mathematics teachers across the country.