Nearly one-third of students at Penn know someone who has experienced sexual assault. Of those, 57 percent know someone who has been sexually assaulted in the past year.
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At Penn, the punishment doesn’t always fit the crime.
Remember how shafted we felt when we learned that the former location of the beloved Philly Diner was being replaced with an(other) office building? While we’re still not over that, we are impressed by the recent surge of new restaurants that have opened around campus.
Recently, a new site — partyfunder.com — made a splash in the Penn community. The site lets students compare pictures of Penn athletes — two images come up on the screen, and the user can “pick” one of them by clicking.
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Penn Athletics is getting desperate.
The Undergraduate Assembly has started to consider adding more non-work-study jobs to the University’s student job search database. The goal is to make sure students who want to work can — regardless of whether they qualify for work-study or not.
It says something that the crash at 38th and Spruce at the end of September was almost expected. The accident marked the sixth incident this year at the notoriously crash-prone intersection.
Tonight, Ashton Kutcher will arrive on campus to speak as part of the Lauren and Bobby Turner Social Impact Executive Speaker Series.
Voting in an election and not hearing the results would be a little frustrating, right?
If it were up to us, freshman Undergraduate Assembly elections wouldn’t end at 5 p.m. today — they’d end at 5 p.m. on, let’s say, any day in January.
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1. What’s the difference between a letter and a guest column? The main difference is length. Letters tend to be short, 150-250 word submissions, and are often quick responses to something in the news or something that ran recently on the opinion page. Letters generally are making quick points rather than full-fledged arguments. To get a good idea of the spirit of letters, check out letters to the editor in the New York Times, which are restricted strictly to 150 words. Guest columns, on the other hands, are longer pieces, though are limited to 700 words. Guest columns usually address a new topic that hasn’t been written about before or are long-form responses (usually in opposition) to opinion pieces that ran recently.
In light of former president Sheldon Hackney’s death, The Daily Pennsylvanian will be publishing memories of Hackney from members of the University community. To submit a memory or comment for publication, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yesterday, there were no miniature flags around the Love statue. There was no vigil on campus. There wasn’t even silence.
The Daily Pennsylvanian is launching a brand new advice column. Not sure about classes, relationships, deep philosophical dilemmas? Hopefully we can help — you ask questions, the columnists give answers.
… Welcome to Penn! If you’re anything like we were just after our first NSO, you’re probably a bit lost in your new surroundings. To help you out, here’s a list of things we wish we had been told — or wish we had listened to — when we were in your shoes.
Kate Taylor got Penn wrong.
We are confused.
This past weekend, Pennsylvania state police converged on Penn’s campus to “enforce the law.”