Articles by Allyson Nelson
Penn softball swept by Harvard in first conference games of seasonThe Crimson were able to capitalize on Penn's errors in the field in a staggering display of offensive firepower.
Penn women's basketball loses 60-47 in Ivy League Tournament semifinal to Princeton, ending conference seasonPenn went down big in the first quarter, and couldn't fight back over the rest of the game.
Penn women's basketball dominates dreadful Dartmouth 54-37Having already clinched a berth in Ivy Madness, Penn stands at third in the Ivy League with one game left in the regular season.
15 questions with ... Wyatt Henseler, a Penn baseball juniorThe third baseman talks about everything from his goals for the season to his favorite walk-up songs.
Penn Student Government’s judicial branch declares support for FFP protestors’ open expressionThe NEC reiterated its commitment to "misrepresented and underrepresented" student groups as motivation for supporting FFP’s fight for access to interface with University administrators.
Engineering sophomore wins UA special election, receiving one votePenn Student Government announced that two students have been elected to the Undergraduate Assembly and Class Board 2026 via special election on Tuesday night.
‘Who is Elizabeth Meisenzahl?’: College senior competes on ‘Jeopardy!’ and wins $2,000Despite falling into a negative total early in the episode, she came in second place and took home the $2,000 prize for finishing as the runner-up.
UA to reallocate $1.3 million to student groups through new reserve fundUA Steering, a group consisting of representatives from 41 undergraduate organizations, will assist in allocating $1.3 million back to student groups across campus.
Wharton first year Vedika Jawa edges by 9 others in packed class board presidential raceWharton first year Vedika Jawa said that one of her biggest influences was her older brother who served as Class Board 2021 president during his first year.
An overview of Penn's mental health, accessibility, and FGLI resources for studentsHere’s a guide to navigating campus resources for mental health, accessibility, and first-generation, low-income students.
Penn union wins better contract after protesting unfair wages, mistreatment of housekeepersThe new agreement will give housekeepers, hard surface custodians, and transportation workers an annual raise of 3.5% to 4% a year, ensuring that all workers will make $28.68 an hour by 2026.
Penn community celebrates Pride Month, emphasizing acceptance of all LGBTQ identitiesPenn’s LGBT Center partnered with departments and groups across the University to bring Pride programming to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and Philadelphia community members.
Dirt biker turns himself in after skateboarder's death in crashKevin Rubio turned himself into the Philadelphia Police Department on May 26 after colliding with Jesus Gomez Rosario — who died two days later at Temple University Hospital.