"Simple is sexy" seemed to be the theme of the Wharton Asia Exchange-BCBGeneration Walk-Off, a competition that pitted students against each other in the categories of modeling and fashion sense.
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Fans of NBC's 30 Rock can get taste of their favorite show two days early this week at the 11th Annual Mask and Wig Intercollegiate Comedy Festival.
Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Sergio Rossi, Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta, Stella McCartney and Balenciaga. While these names may inspire desire in the hearts of fashionistas all over the world, for Domenico De Sole, these are simply bullet points on his resume.
When will the fighting and violence in Israel end? What is the solution to the issues faced? Is there even a solution?
As a student at Wellesley College in the 1950s, Madeleine Albright said she could never have imagined that one day she would be the U.S. secretary of state. But throughout her career, Albright has proven that anything is possible.
In his journey from Bloods gang member to best-selling author, Dashaun Jiwe Morris has proven that it is possible to "sell someone a 10-foot dream with a five-foot ladder."
Vibrators, lube and G-spots. Although not typical lunchtime conversation topics for most students, these subjects were on the agenda yesterday afternoon for the women who attended the free, women-only Sex Toy Social at the Penn Women's Center.
LLast night, mayors from all over the country congregated in Houston Hall for the opening night of the 43rd national session of The Mayors' Institute on City Design. The event featured speeches by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Charleston, S.C., Mayor Joseph Riley.
Last night, Pennchants, one of Penn's all-male a cappella groups, opened the Relay for Life Kickoff with a rendition of "Don't Stop Believing," vocalizing this year's theme: "Fighting Cancer is a Journey ... Don't Stop Believing."