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With the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging communities, students have been seriously weighing their options for the fall semester. Penn has already moved lectures, recitations, NSO, and other activities online. However, Penn has not been able to find a method to move halal trucks online.
Having sat at home since March, College junior Holden Cofield is excited to return to campus so that he can sit in his dorm room instead.
In an attempt to force schools and universities to reopen in the fall, President Trump has threatened to withhold federal funds from schools that do not reopen.
As outlined in a recent announcement by Yale University, Yale sophomores will not be allowed to return to campus during the fall 2020 semester. The decision was made to decrease student density on campus and thus lower the spread of COVID-19. However, classes will be held online for all students.
After Penn’s announcement that they would quarantine students in Sansom Place West, many Penn students have reconsidered taking actions that may put them at risk for COVID-19.
President Donald Trump’s first re-election rally since the start of the pandemic was held on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Despite long anticipation from Trump himself and his supporters, the rally only managed to draw crowds to rival those of Penn Basketball.
In a press announcement yesterday, the town has decided to not remove the statue of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler from the town square.
After complaints from officers nationwide were filed about their current uniforms, a new standard has been set nationwide for officers to wear uniforms consisting of a black hood and cloak. Their weapons will be replaced with a scythe. There has been mixed reactions among the police community.
Stuck at home during the quarantine, Engineering junior Gene Rosewater has resolved to exercise daily.
Ever since spring semester ended, College sophomore Gene Carr has found it difficult to maintain his motivation and will to live.
Refusing to let the global shutdown destroy her aspirations for world travel, Wharton junior Dolores Park has found a new way to travel the world.
The first day of classes of fall 2020 has finally come, the day that all students have been waiting for. But there’s something askew. Though there are students walking up and down Locust Walk, all are wearing thick sunglasses, long sleeves, long pants, and scarves. The weather is 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
After years of painstaking work and toil, researchers at Penn have discovered a black hole right on the Penn campus.
Upon returning home from campus, Franny Glass (W '22) was surprised to see a massive cardboard box on her porch.
Everyone loves physics professor Randy Blamie. He is always able to explain the concepts very conceptually, using theoretical conceptual analogies to make the concepts easier to understand. He once compared voltage to having an anvil dropped on your head. Or was that current? Anyway, he’s good at explaining things, but only with his voice.
After playing some League of Legends and World of Warcraft the Friday before spring break, I decided it was time to get a head start on my homework. I lost track of time as I was doing it, but that's not unusual. While I was doing computer science homework, my roommate walked in and said something about “move out.” I was wired into my homework, so I didn’t really pay attention to him. He was probably just talking to his Counter-Strike team. I haven't seen him since. He’s one wild partier, I have to say.
They flash. They fade. They can turn on. They can turn off. I can choose from 20 different colors.
Pointing it here and there, slashing it all around, computer science professor Hackar Mann loves his laser pointer.
In an effort to cut costs and minimize physical person-to-person interaction in light of the coronavirus, Penn Admissions has announced that all early decision interviews will be conducted through a Snapchat video call.