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What can you do in 5.37 seconds that can make you a world champion? Dana Yi (E '21) is the fastest female Rubik’s Cube solver in the world. She’s participated in 62 competitions, and won 25 bronze, 19 silver, and 11 gold medals. She’s traveled all over the world, spending weeks exploring places from the Eastern seaboard to all across Europe, making international friends in the cubing community along the way.
Imagine being back in your senior year of high school, ready to leave and start a brand new chapter of your life at college, when you receive the devastating news that you have been diagnosed with a life–threatening disease. You are faced with months or years of painful procedures, lengthy treatments, and very often social isolation. Who do you turn to? Who can you talk to that can empathize with what you are experiencing? This was the precise dilemma facing Rahul Sompuram (C’ 20) when he battled cancer prior to coming to Penn. It's also what inspired him to build a "social and emotional support app" that plans to revolutionize the pediatric patient experience.
Name: Jana Krien
As the early morning light hits the Schuylkill River, a long, angular boat swooshes across the cobalt blue water. On the boat are over a dozen Penn boys dipping their paddles into the water with strong, powerful strokes. If you look closer, you can see a girl standing at the front of the boat, shouting orders and coordinating the power and rhythm of the rowers. For the past three years, this girl was Sabrina Stanich (C ‘18), the former coxswain of the heavyweight men’s rowing team.
Abni Suri, self–taught coder extraordinaire, made some time between moderating Philo discussions and teaching CIS 197 to discuss his love for Hershel’s East Side Deli and how he plans to blend his love for technology and medicine.
I was filled with shock--it was like watching wave gathering upon wave turning into a massive swell that hit me and dragged me underneath. I panicked, tried to stay afloat, kicked and screamed and protested.
I love staying politically fired up as much as the next person, but the endless torrent of bills and amendments can be pretty overwhelming. So when I heard about the Countable app, which helps people keep track of congressional legislation, I decided to check it out. Here’s what I found: When you first download the app, you can pick from a list of topics ranging from “Donald Trump” to “Abortion” to (yes, this one is real) “Congress Shenanigans.” Apparently Congress has been quite naughty. Here are the titles of a few articles covering their shenanigans:
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