So when I logged in and saw that Handshake was proposing Ice Sculptor as a potential career path for me, I knew I had to hear my best friend out.
See if you can identify each of these campus structures based on my fine arts degree worthy drawing of it. Slide the slider back and forth over each picture to reveal the answer!
He thought he had nailed the interview, only to receive a short rejection response just .32 seconds after hanging up through Skype.
Well, well, well, would you look at that: it’s syllabus policy revenge time.
Lucky for everyone, two measly hours is more than enough time to find and categorize sweaters for over 2000 individuals.
Sorry to anyone who doesn't enjoy the smell of chipotle mayo.
Why was our rival selected without the letter swapping motif in mind in the first place?
New College House West construction is starting to really pick up steam, with all of the equipment beginning to fire on all cylinders.
“We were completely blindsided… that the law students actually made something happen,” said one design student who asked to remain anonymous. “We figured the administration would never listen to any backlash, but I guess all those yet to be lawyers did their yet to be lawyer thing.”
Why should Harold, who yes may have retired from a full-time job and just wants to learn art history for fun, be deprived of that stress formed community as well?
The recent closure of Bobby’s Burger Palace has left many students perplexed with a complex issue. Where can they go to drown their weekly sorrows in large, chilled, probably overpriced milkshakes? Students of the “Penn Students Who Love or Appreciate Milkshakes and Other Ice Cream Based Beverages Social Group,” otherwise known as PSWLOAMAOICBBSG for short, no longer feel that their passion can be shared in the open anymore.
My fan might be small, but my wind-fueled hatred towards you and everything you stand for is immense.
Battle cries are screeched at top volume, such as “This. Is. CVSS!!!” or “If you have your extra care card please scan it now!!!”
The leading theory is that they’re playing a game of restaurant hide and seek so they keep the lights off so no one can see them.
Eye-witnesses were shocked as to what they saw, and even the elevator has gone on record to ask “really dude? It’s just one flight.”
Do you think that by not showing an underpaid TA that you have belongings and a heart and a soul that your grade will automatically be boosted?
This isn’t a solo bingo game either: Gutmann has some steep competition to go up against. Martha E. Pollack of Cornell and Peter Salovey at Yale are both in on the action. Whoever completes their respective card first gets an all-new 2003 Kia Sorento.
Oh hey! Are you also heading over to class now? Sweet me too. I was worried I was going to be late, but you’re here too.
I can honestly report that Castle parties really aren’t that great — people just asked me if I could unclog the upstairs bathroom drain.
Here he is at the Maclay family reunion last September.