Articles by Chloe Hunt
From Italy to Penn, men's tennis Graziani brothers stick togetherFor the two brothers, who grew up playing tennis together, being able to both wear the Red and Blue is like a dream come true.
Kian Vakili brings a new energy to Penn men's tennisVakili spent much of his junior career being coached by his father Babak, who taught him patience on and off the court.
At midway point of season, men's squash keeps up with last year's sublime markEight games into the season, men's squash has yet to lose and has swept all but one of the contests.
After Ivy Rookie of the Year nod, men's squash's Nathan Kueh climbs to new heightsNamed Ivy League Rookie of the Year as a freshman, Nathan Kueh is playing in a top spot and has contributed to Penn's 8-0 record thus far this season.
Freshman Maya Urata already serving up wins for Penn women's tennisBefore college, Urata held two particular passions: singing and tennis. But — luckily for Penn — she ultimately decided to go the tennis route.
Ivy League schools see record admission rate lows for the Class of 2026With the exception of Dartmouth, all of the Ivy League schools experienced record-low acceptance rates, or — in the case of Columbia — held constant with previous record lows.
Penn One for the World branch hosts Spikeball tournament outside NCHWThe group set up six different Spikeball nets out on the grass for the event, which cost $5 to register for.
Flights to Europe from Philadelphia will continue amid Ukrainian conflictAmerican Airlines currently plans on continuing service to European cities for the immediate future. However, Ukraine has closed its airspace to all civilian flights in light of the conflict.