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Below is a list of the lucky new members of each senior society. To protect their identities, we are only giving their first initials. You're welcome!
Newsflash— Harvest experienced a fire in January, and has been closed ever since. According to the DP, the fire did "substantial damage" and the establishment is still undergoing repairs. Yeah, Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar closed because of a fire and somehow people aren't even talking about it anymore! We took to Locust walk to find out how the student body has been doing in the aftermath of the inferno.
This just in — multiple accepted regular decision students have already committed to Penn within a day of the release of admissions decisions.
After a weekend full of dartying and debauchery, junior Sam Rothschild (C '18) has reportedly returned his impossibly green, incredibly "Kiss me, I'm Irish" tee to the back of his closet. When asked if the lucky garment would ever make an appearance in the near future, Rothschild wistfully told UTB that the T-shirt won't be coming out of hiding until next year.
You know what would be pretty exciting for the 12 Penn students who care about sports? If we won the NCAA tournament. March Madness is in a few weeks, and we've figured out 8 ways we can totally do it.
Despite previous reports that Donald Trump (W ’68) was considering dropping out of the presidency, we have confirmed that he has officially missed the drop period for this term.
ICYMI: Penn Environmental Group and Penn Vegan Society came together for the first time in our nation's history last night for a event you won't be forgetting anytime soon. What can only be described as a talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before, unafraid to reference or not reference, put it in a blender, shit on it, vomit on it, eat it, and give birth to it type of event, the first ever "Raw CandleLIT Dinner" combined both uncooked vegan food and zero electricity!
When just under a year ago, Chance the Rapper was announced as the Spring Fling headliner via spray-pained bedsheet hung up at a darty (that has to be a metaphor for something), reactions from the Penn student body were divisive. Some loved him, some didn’t know who he was, and some were wondering where SPEC was spending all of its fling budget (because it definitely wasn’t on 3LAU).
So you want to study at Starbucks, but it's after 9 am on a weekend? The idea may be daunting, but UTB is here to help: we've set up a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to navigating your overpriced chain coffee cravings.
It's February, and with Valentine's Day, climate change, and midterms looming, there's at least a light at the end of the tunnel for the senior class: Feb Club. Every day seniors can attend "exclusive" events throughout "Philadelphia's most iconic cultural and social hot spots"-- like getting free bagels from the Schmear-It truck. But what everyone seems to be most excited about? Dave and Buster's.
Although the hashtag #deleteuber has been trending nationally due to the CEO's affiliation with a certain POTUS, some Penn students have been adopting the idea for a different reason.
Last Saturday night, beginning around 1:37 am, Penn Police once again successfully shut down what was reportedly a "highkey pretty lit" party. Dozens of onlookers watched as officers took positions outside the house--equipped with handheld or ride-on leaf blowers-- until less than 20 minutes later, all of the party-goers had angrily filed out.
Honestly, it doesn’t take much mental gymnastics to conclude that this recent Penn Athletics promotion was very, very poorly thought out.