Every year we’re stunned by Penn students’ sheer inability to submit funny shoutouts. Since you never learn, we’re making an example of some particularly heinous submissions. We’re not laughing with you, we’re laughing at you.
Though RA policies are strict, most don’t address the gray area situations advisors find themselves in. While maneuvering through a dual–role as friends and supervisors, RAs often rely more on personal assessments and spur–of–the–moment judgments than university policy to navigate their halls.
It was a Friday when Lauren Hunter got the call. After leaving work and a last minute lunch at New Deck, the College junior had one hand on the door to her off campus house when her phone call with her best friend from home was interrupted by a call from her mom.
Street combed Penn's campus to unleash our biggest journalistic Endeavor of the year. Here, we give you nine faces to ease the sorrow of realizing Emma Watson Won't be joining us in Fisher–Bennett next year.
It’s a Tuesday night in March in the basement of Harrison College House, and four Penn students gather around an unused pool table. The two sitting in the middle rotate the responsibility of dealing cards to the group. A $160 pot has been collected, and one dealer keeps the cash in the back pocket of his jeans. The colorful, plastic chips mean more.