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Meghan Whittier (C ’18) was looking for an easy class. Something low–key and vaguely interesting, with a take–home final and no midterm. And after weeks of searching, asking for recommendations on various group chats, and scouring Penn Course Review for classes, she’s found one—URBS 247: Community Engagement and Empowerment in West Philadelphia.
In an unsurprising email announcement, Penn administrators said they are organizing a University–wide “Campus Denial of the Real Issues” event to discuss “what we can do, individually and collectively, to absolve Penn of any legal or moral responsibility, and to ensure that we never imply that Penn is at fault for these problems.”
In an unprecedented move, this past Monday freshman Sydney Wilkins (W ‘21) spent an entire hour–long period by herself. Unaccompanied by any other freshmen for a full 60 minutes, Wilkins managed to make it through the entire period without crying, being embarrassed, or spontaneously combusting.
Ever wondered what on earth that last Venmo charge was for? Check out this handy guide to understanding your Venmo charges:Penn edition.
Three weeks after publishing the less–than–stellar attendance rates of fraternities to required campus events, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) has released a new list of mandatory events for all affiliated fraternities.
(Philadelphia, PA)—For College freshman Joe Barnhill, the time is finally here. With Fall Break fast approaching, Barnhill is excited to do what he’s been hinting at since the beginning of New Student Orientation (NSO)—to truly make his friends, classmates, and roommates feel socioeconomically inferior.
In a somewhat predictable turn of events, Jeremy Webster (W ‘18) MERTed himself after consuming the styrofoam of too many hats during yesterday’s Hey Day celebration.
In a PR move that frustrated those in the Greek community who still delude themselves into believing downtowns are fun, an on–campus fraternity created a Facebook event for their downtown last Thursday and used a name that was too confusing, causing no one to show up.
It was revealed yesterday that Dallas native Andy Wyman (C ‘18) has only two profile pictures on his Facebook account, prompting widespread outrage and intense suspicion.
Campus a cappella group For The Rhythm (FTR) is said to be facing some serious personnel problems. The group, which consists of 12 Penn students who all independently think their voice is the best, is dealing with an internal power struggle that has caused rifts among its members. But from where do the problems stem?
Hana Bridgewater (N’19) has a problem. It’s been almost two weeks since the end of spring break, and yet, she hasn’t found time to post a throwback Instagram of her vacation at her multimillion dollar estate on Sanibel Island, FL.
Jacob Gardner (C’18) arrived at Philadelphia International Airport late Sunday night with some exciting news.
Let's say you're the social chair for your super popular Greek organization, and you need some mixer themes that are, like, as classist as possible. Street’s got you covered. We’ve come up with a list of seven mixer themes that’ll be sure to say, “I look down on you!”
Acid drop at Sweeten Alumni House
In a closed door meeting late last week, a collection of over 150 College, Wharton, Nursing and Engineering professors agreed to expand the definition of a “midterm” test—usually used to denote an assignment given at the midpoint of the semester—to include “whatever we want, whenever we want.”
An unidentified off–campus fraternity has come under fire for a controversial email it sent to female freshman this week.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and you’re looking for a gift for that special someone: your senator. They haven’t taken your calls, texts, emails or faxes, but you’re hoping that maybe the perfect V–Day gift will get them back in your (ideological) arms. To help you out, Street’s put together a list of eight fabulous gifts to send to your senator’s office. This Valentine's Day, show him or her you truly care (about the future of our democracy).
Penn President Amy Gutmann performed the popular anthem “Fuck Donald Trump” last night during a study break hosted at her house.
Proudly announce that you’ve deleted Uber off of your phone.
So you went to the Women’s March—congrats! You’re, like, a visionary. A leader! Pat yourself on the back with your turquoise ring–laden hand. Maybe you can even put it on your resume somehow.