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The Mask and Wig Club, a private club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1889, is the oldest all-male collegiate musical comedy troupe in the United States. Here is an inside look into the minds behind the production.
In an effort to help students with finals, Amy Gutmann released a lo-fi study beats playlist on her YouTube channel last Thursday. The playlist is her first foray into the growing internet chill-hop scene.
In a move that has prompted widespread criticism, university administrators have changed Penn Law's name to The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School following a record-breaking $125 million dollar donation from the W.P. Carey Foundation, the largest single donation ever gifted to a law school.
Halloween is my favorite holiday. Costumes, candy, jack-o-lanterns…it's my drug. I look forward to October 31st all year long, and I spend those 364 days planning out the perfect costume (I have a really great one this year!). It's the perfect holiday...in every way but one.
Oh, man. This must really suck. You were just scrolling down your Facebook timeline trying to kill time and now, all of a sudden, you can't stop thinking about your breathing. You are now responsible for this vital and (usually) subconscious process, and you're hating every second of it. It's ok, we've all been there. Of course, it could always be worse. You are now blinking manually, too.
There's been a lot of discussion about legacy students recently, and I figured it would be worth sharing my two cents.
GLAXHNOR, ANDROMEDA GALAXY
It's almost October, and you know what that means: it's cuffing season! I don't have a girlfriend (yet), but I've started making plans for when I inevitably get one. I did some scouting and put together this list of six extremely romantic places on campus where I would kiss her. Man, I love her so much already. She's going to be so beautiful and cool and amazing. Definitely at least a 10, maybe an 11. I can't wait.
I'm graduating in May — man, saying that still sounds unreal — and I've been dreading it just as many seniors are. I'm scared of having to be a real adult and live in the real world, especially since I still don't know what I want to do with my life. What's even worse, though, is the thought of having to say goodbye to all the amazing people that I've been lucky enough to meet at Penn.
Ever since the administration announced that Frontera is moving to 34th and Sansom, the student body has been wondering what could be replacing it. On Tuesday, the university finally revealed the answer: an In-N-Out.
Following their victory over the Netherlands in the 2019 Women’s World Cup Final, the U.S. Women's soccer team will not be accepting President Amy Gutmann's invitation to come to College Hall.
Penn students have long been confused by the existence of the Rhythm Room, the bar inside the Cinemark located on 40th and Walnut. In fact, everyone, whether or not they're a Penn student, is confused when they go to the movie theater and remember that there is, for whatever reason, a bar inside of it.
President Amy Gutmann made history earlier this week when she met with Drexel President John Anderson Fry at the 33rd Street DMZ and briefly crossed into Drexel University, the first time a sitting Penn president has done so.
Presidential candidates Beto O’Rourke, Cory Booker, and 8 other democratic hopefuls took to the stage in Miami last night to convince the American people that they’re the best choice to challenge President Donald Trump. Both O’Rourke and Booker spoke Spanish during the debate, in a move some have derided as pandering.
Alright, fuck it.
Junior Arman Murphy (C' 20) has been a linguistics major for three years, and along the way has learned about many diverse and intricate linguistic processes in several demanding linguistic classes, all taught by world-class professors.
I’ve been thinking a lot, lately. About me. You. Us. About our lips, our tongues. About Van Pelt. The fifth floor. The third floor. Sometimes the fourth. The sixth, but only rarely. Never the second.
Senior year of high school was a rollercoaster ride. The college application was so stressful — taking the SAT, getting recommendation letters, writing all the essays. I got into some places and rejected from others, as everyone does.
Look: I’m a bad bitch. An extremely bad bitch. When I walk down the street I turn heads. People I walk past whisper to each other, “That is the baddest bitch I have ever seen,” just before they collapse onto the street, overwhelmed by my power.