On a campus which was awash with anti-war sentiment just eight months ago, it is not difficult to find people who willingly attack Bush and his policies toward Iraq and the continuing war on terrorism.
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Pink-highlighted hair, black combat boots and an electro-pop musical sound are certainly not the first things usually associated with a recent Penn graduate embarking on her career path.
An unparalleled crowd was on hand yesterday at the Penn Bookstore, eagerly awaiting the arrival of a guest whose reputation was equally unparalleled in the store's recent history.
In most cases, a trip to the local Wal-Mart amounts to nothing more than an everyday shopping outing. However, entrepreneur John Osher's 1999 trip to his local Wal-Mart proved to be much more.
Marking the start of a year-long series of art shows at the Graduate Student Center, School of Design student Natalie Eve Garrett officially opened her first exhibit at Penn yesterday afternoon.