Penn has always known she was easy, breezy and beautiful — but now the rest of the world will, too.
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Over this break, watch Lucius Malfoy look into the murder of a Penn student in Jerusalem.
This weekend, hackers converged on Penn for the biannual PennApps hackathon. Here arethe top projects of over 200 submissions developed this weekend. These were the winning top three apps:
"And you love the game"
About 70 students laid in silence on the floor of Penn Law on Tuesday afternoon.
Sandwiches, shakes and fries are now available on 40th Street.
Kate Middleton has been spotted dozens of times wearing his “corkswoons.” Beyonce loves that she danced “a thousand miles” in his heels. Despite photoshoots with Gisele Bundchen or video collaborations with James Franco, designer Stuart Weitzman still counts his time at Penn as the best four years of his life.
Winter is coming, and so are sushi burritos.
How to hide alcohol
It’s 11 p.m. It’s 40 degrees out, but we’re the only ones who seem to have bothered with coats. Yells of “two to one,” spontaneous shrieks and the clatter of heels on the sidewalk fill the air near 40th and Spruce streets.
On paper, Steven Markowitz was the typical Penn student. The 2010 Wharton graduate concentrated in finance, landed himself a job at Google and learned how to work hard, play hard.
Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes is producing a new show that is — basically — based on Penn.
Marty Burger was in Miami when it happened.
Convened for the United Nations Human Rights Council, dozens of world leaders took their seats as College sophomore Benjamin Fogel took the floor.
Philadelphia Parks and Recreation is trying to revitalize the City's version of Central Park.
The Woodlands Cemetery, located at 40th Street and Woodland Avenue, is currently surveying the community on how to spend a $300,000 grant.
The son of a prestigious alumnus and local Congressman is engaged in a high profile lawsuit.
Award-winning slow-roasted sandwiches are coming to University City.
For Daijon Gibbs, a University City District summer program helped him discover an interest in psychology.
Penn alumni Edmund Lee and Stephanie Chan are on a mission to prove that tea isn’t just for grannies. Their way to do that is by pairing tea with waffles smothered in ice cream and Nutella.