For both, no one knows how it got this bad and there isn’t really much that can be done to fix it now.
There are a variety of techniques you can use to transport your &Pizza box to its final destination. Each method comes with its own pros and cons — none will be cool.
DRL Lecture Hall A3 recently went from learning-field to battlefield. As a midterm for Astronomy 533 was well underway, Professor Henry Glack made the critical mistake of leaving the room in the middle of the exam.
In a recent study, David Rittenhouse Laboratories was reported to have the highest (hand) foot (and mouth) traffic of any academic building.
Although many professors are confident this is only temporary, the change has already affected many aspects of the University and is expected to have larger consequences. The old book and tweed jacket industries have begun to see downward trends.
According to eyewitness reports, Joseph Sockless (W '19) abruptly started sentences with “alright…” four separate times last night while attempting to leave a group of friends in order to lie in bed restlessly for hours.
How does one identify a hell week if... uhhh... they’re all are kind of terrible?
The urgent listing comes after the group was forced to sing on multiple occasions in performance without any additional musical instruments.
A thorough investigation of Moore was recently conducted, following him on a few of his outings in order to finally discover his whereabouts.
Someone call Tim Gunn!
Reaction to the change has been mixed. Much of the outcry has come from alumni who had just bought red and blue apparel for their two-month-old children.
With midterm season in full swing, many Penn professors are looking for innovative ways to make things more interesting for themselves.
I really couldn’t imagine myself being any happier here at Penn. I’m so lucky to be in a place that not only allows me to excel academically, but also elevate and find more new interests and passions than my peers!
Looking for the hit of dopamine that comes with the strikethrough of a daunting assignment without doing any additional work?
Inspired by the recent record turnout for free flu shots, Student Health Services has begun offering vaccines for those who have come down with the “Freshman Plague.”
When President Gutmann announced that all sophomores will be required to live on campus beginning in 2021, the reaction could not have been more positive.
Penn’s improv group "Without a Net" might soon be needing a new name, as they have finally received the funds necessary for their very own net.
Mark your calendars for October 14th! Aside from being National Dessert Day, this Sunday marks the last day you’re allowed to make small talk with people about fall break.