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Ego of the Week

You'd be forward if you saw him, too. Mark Zoller, College senior and Quaker forward gives us a little peak inside the brain of a baller.

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Ego of the Week

You may have heard of a little video called, "Box in A Box," the female response to Saturday Night Live's digital short about the gift that keeps giving.

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Ego of the Week

Arjun Srinivas, a senior member of Dhamaka, Penn's all-male South Asian dance troupe, talks about dancing with himself and doing good deeds. Street: Where did you learn your moves? Arjun Srinivas: I came to Penn with two left feet.

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Halle Berry walking the walk

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by MATT CIANFRANI

Ego of the Week

How many Fulbright scholars does it take to screw in a light bulb? We don't know, ask College senior Mana Nakagawa. Street: You won a Fulbright!

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Fresh Party Themes

Seven Deadly Sins: Origin: The Catholic Church separated sins into minor "venial" ones, and the seven "mortal" sins of Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, and Pride.

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TIPS FOR THE HOST(ESS)

-Delegate some of the hard work by soliciting the help of your best friend. That way, someone besides you knows where the ice is, how the stereo works and what to take care of if you pass out.

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EGO OF THE WEEK

Tomorrow, the Student Planning and Events Committee (SPEC), will be throwing their very first "Beachfest," the newest addition to their beloved 'fest family.

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Top 5 things to do...

5 things you shouldn't do after you graduate Or, The List of Things That Prove College Is An Alternate Reality 1.

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Step into my office, baby

For serious students, it's all about striving to be head of the class. For the rest of us, it's all about dreaming of the head of the class: that distinguished professor or hot TA who you are "forced" to stare at during the semester.

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Slim-down countdown

There are 16 days until Spring Break, and you are fat. That leaves you five days for bingeing, two days to "work out" and "eat healthy," and nine days to crash diet so that you can trawl the beaches without being accidentally harpooned by a nearsighted sailor.

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Slim-down countdown

There are 16 days until Spring Break, and you are fat. That leaves you five days for bingeing, two days to "work out" and "eat healthy," and nine days to crash diet so that you can trawl the beaches without being accidentally harpooned by a nearsighted sailor.

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Daily schedule

9:00 a.m.: Wake up. Admire the thread count. 9:30: Enter shower. 9:40: Wet badger-hair shaving brush with warm water, apply lather to face. 10:15: Check [Stanford] Encyclopedia [of Philosophy] Word of the Day.

by A. R. JACOBS

Ego of the week

Coming to Penn from Australia by way of the elite Institut d'‚tudes politiques, junior Damien Bright makes a memorable impression.

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In my defense...

Calling me pretentious? Oh, aren't you original! Now let us pretend for a minute that you're not hurling uninformed vitriol at me to compensate for your own inadequacy and failure, and give it to me straight, friend: how can I just be an unassuming regular Joe? I could watch the boob tube, yeah?

by JIM GOLDBLUM

The Engineering Library

engineering library The Engineering Library keeps it real. This library is not spacious, but there is a lot of personal space and the entire facility is well lit.

by TUSHAR VASHISHT

FISHER FINE ARTS LIBRARY

Fisher Fine Arts is like Van Pelt's well-behaved, socially awkward, yet pretty older sister. With beautifully carved red stone and intricate stained glass windows, its architecture puts all other Penn buildings to shame.

by ELIZA ROTHSTEIN

BIOMEDICAL Library

The Biomedical Library is a quiet getaway from the populated floors of Van Pelt. This secluded spot is located on Hamilton Walk, cleverly concealed behind the lower Quadrangle.

by MARIANA KVITKO

Biddle Law Library

Most law schools evaluate a combination of GPA and LSAT scores to admit their students. Penn, however, appears to use sex appeal as their deciding factor, resulting in a law library chock full of Gregory Pecks and Reese Witherspoons.

by HILLARY SMITH

Dental library

Tucked away in the Schattner Center at 40th and Spruce, the Dental Library seems remote from undergraduate life.

by PRIYANKA DEV

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