Articles by Ananya Chandra
Senior Column by Ananya Chandra | Embracing the awkwardnessReplaying the images from the last four years in my mind, there are many moments at Penn I don’t think I’ll ever forget (and many that are already forgotten). And for the most part, these moments aren’t the planned ones.
2017: A Year in PhotosFrom Trump's inauguration to March Madness to a Homecoming victory, a look back at 2017 in photos.
Photo Essay | A tour of Counseling and Psychological ServicesDespite all of the discussion surrounding mental health resources on campus, only about 15 percent of students regularly step into the offices of CAPS. Here's an inside look into the CAPS office.
Top 7 places to go on a first dateLe Cat Cafe, Philadelphia's Magic Gardens and Franklin Fountain are some of the top suggestions of places to visit on a first date.
Tennis Issue | Upward trajectories prevailed in a positive 2016 seasonDespite not winning a team Ivy League title in either the men’s or women’s side, both Quaker teams had impressive seasons. Penn women’s tennis, with their best finish since 2008, finished their season ranked No. 48 nationally in the Intercollegiate Tennis Rankings (ITA). Meanwhile, Penn men’s tennis had a three-win improvement from the year before in the Ivy League.
Thousands more than expected join Women's March in PhiladelphiaThe Women’s March on Philadelphia was expected to have around 20,000 people. According to the Communications Director for Jim Kenney, almost 50,000 people showed up.
Gymnastics Issue | Looking back on 2015-2016Overall, the 2015-2016 season was one of improvement for Penn gymnastics.
Maria Sharapova to attend Harvard Business SchoolWhat do you do when you can’t play the sport you love? Turn your fighting energy towards a different arena: the business world. On a hiatus from the game of tennis, 29 year-old Maria Sharapova has chosen to attend Harvard Business School for a two-week summer program.
Penn women's tennis dispatches Rutgers, 6-1So far, this long schedule seems to be paying dividends for the team, as demonstrated on Sunday afternoon at Hecht Tennis Center. Coming fresh off a win against Old Dominion, the Quakers sent Rutgers packing with a 6-1 finish.