Penn's first Ivy weekend of the year continues with a doubleheader at Columbia. The women start first at 5:30 p.m., looking to stay undefeated at the top of the League, while the men will follow at 8 looking for their first win of the Ivy season. The women are heavy favorites after a comfortable win over Cornell on Friday, while the men face a must-win scenario in just the team's fourth game.
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Penn's first Ivy weekend of the year opens with a doubleheader at Cornell. The men start first at 5 p.m. and the women will follow at 7:30. Last week, the men beat Saint Joseph's to sweep the Big 5, while the women coasted past Division III Haverford.
In 2016 — the most recent year for which Penn's data is public — Penn President Amy Gutmann earned a record high of $3,908,031. This is a 10.5 percent increase from the previous year, the number makes her the second highest-paid university president in the Ivy League. Still, The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board supports Gutmann's high salary for her work fundraising, diversifying opportunities for students, and building new spaces for our campus.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’s proposed Title IX regulations move one step closer to approval on Jan. 30, when the period for public comment on the proposal draws to a close.
Last week, Penn men's basketball snapped a four-game losing streak by beating Temple, 77-70, and clinch a share of the Quaker's first Big 5 title in 17 years. Against Saint Joseph's, Penn has a chance to go undefeated in the city.
It’s time for Penn to follow other universities in offering free pads and tampons to students across campus. The Undergraduate Assembly recently announced it is working to increase accessibility to menstrual products, an initiative that will entail placing tampons in gender-neutral spaces and reducing “stigmas that prevent menstrual products from being viewed as a necessity.” The UA's initiative is a step in the right direction. Still, Penn must take action too.
Sorority recruitment can be unforgiving. It demands hours of small talk, trudging through the cold, and being subject to the opinions of older peers. Each year, freshmen emerge from rush with bids from sororities, hundreds of friends stronger than they began. But it is inevitable that the process will leave many young women feeling inadequate, disappointed, and confused about their futures at Penn.
Points scored by women's basketball junior Phoebe Sterba against Princeton, a career high. The guard made five three-pointers in the 66-60 win.
It only takes a few days on Penn's campus before you hear rumors from new friends or see a meme in a Facebook group about the poor quality of care from Penn's Counseling and Psychological Services and its lack of funding. Wait times for appointments are long. The CAPS office is far from campus. And, seriously, Wharton is getting its own private counselor?
A week ago, Penn men's basketball struggled offensively and ultimately lost a sloppy, physical game at Princeton, 68-65, in overtime. The Quakers (10-5, 0-1 Ivy) now get a chance for revenge as the Tigers (8-5, 1-0) travel to the Palestra. Penn is looking to avoid an 0-2 start to conference play and a Princeton sweep — a healthier Michael Wang should help.
The Ivy League slate has finally arrived. Penn and Princeton open the conference's basketball season with a doubleheader at Princeton's Jadwin Gymnasium. The women tip off at 2pm in a rematch of last year's Ivy League Tournament final. The men follow at 5.
2018 was a year to remember. Take a look back on Penn's most memorable moments with The Daily Pennsylvanian's Year in Review.
Penn men’s basketball returns to the Palestra for a Big 5 showdown with No. 17 Villanova. They Quakers won their Big 5 opener against La Salle on Saturday to open the season 8-2 for the first time since 1994-1995.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, track and field set all kinds of records in wins over Harvard, while men's and women's basketball earned comfortable victories over non-conference opponents.
Penn men’s basketball opens Big 5 play at La Salle on the heels of an impressive 89-75 win over Miami (Fla.) on Tuesday. The Quakers fell to the Explorers in double overtime a year ago.
After a week off, Penn men’s basketball returns to action at home against Miami. The last time out, the Quakers took down Delaware State, 76-48.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's squash continued its hot start, wrestling saw production from several freshmen, and school records were broken by athletes on track and field.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, men's and women's basketball teams had rebounding totals at opposite ends of the spectrum, football beat the spread, and wrestling's freshmen continue to step up.
In the final game of the season, Penn football looks to bounce back from last week's 29-7 loss to Harvard and end the season on a high note. The Quakers travel to New Jersey to take on undefeated Princeton, who is attempting to win the Ivy League title outright.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both Penn and women's basketball saw key contributions from bench players, football struggled to hold onto the ball, and men's soccer finished its season the way it knows best.