I’m sitting on my friend’s couch with a Keystone Light, watching playoff hockey, trying to think of something clever to say for my farewell column. Something cute? Something meaningful? All without sounding pretentious.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
At 3 p.m. on Thursday, the Penn baseball assistant coaches looked awkward as they practiced their left-handed throws.
After Penn baseball dropped three out of four games in last weekend’s series against Princeton, coach John Cole said the team really needed to get the offense going.
The University remains tight-lipped about the details surrounding College senior Tom Hartford’s death over a month ago.
By the time we pulled into the Wells Fargo Center parking lot at 5 a.m., I was approximately seven shots deep.
The death of College senior Tom Hartford has been ruled an accident, Vice President for University Communications Stephen MacCarthy said in an email.
The images are the same every year — coughing and sneezing, fever and chills and overflowing hospital rooms — but this year has been worse.
On an otherwise quiet day of finals, loud chants of fed-up patrol officers pierced the air.
A 22-year-old male Drexel University student was hit by a car at the corner of 36th and Chestnut streets just before 2 a.m.
Copabanana’s new ID policy has caused many students to stop going to the bar on Wednesday nights.
View Crime Log: Nov. 21-28 in a larger map
Those looking to lose weight by exercising and cutting down on fatty foods may want to consider an addition to their regiment: drinking less alcohol.
Penn’s AlliedBarton employees are inching closer to signing the contract that would give them more rights.
For the sixth year in a row, the Division of Public Safety ranks first in safety and security, according to Security Magazine.
There may be a new opportunity on the horizon for students looking to get lucky.
View Crime Log: Nov. 2 – 8 in a larger map
Sirens blared Sunday morning as crying and screaming came from inside a bus. Only these cries were fake.
In the runup to Tuesday’s election, one recently released study is sparking discussion on how President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign affected racism across the country.
View Crime Log: October 19 – 25 in a larger map
On Monday morning, members of the Division of Public Safety gathered in the Emergency Operations Center to anticipate the potentially disastrous effects of Hurricane Sandy.