Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you were in a different school at Penn? Two Material Science Engineers, a COMM major, a Nursing student and a Wharton freshman switched classes for a day to find out how the other half lives.
Penn sees a lot of work done by Amy Gutmann and other presidential figures, but what about the right-hand men and women who make the university great? These VPs discuss their responsibilities, rapport with their Presidents, and ideas of leadership.
Whether you’re a wide-eyed freshmen or a washed-up senior, you should know (if you don’t already) how to take advantage of all the free things that Penn has to offer. From coffee to condoms, Ego’s got you covered on where to save cash on life’s essentials.
When she's not stopping goals left and right for Women's Soccer, this Ego can be found belting Celine Dion, working in a neuroeconomics lab, or eating olives just about anywhere. All the while sporting her classic Penn Athletics wardrobe.
A Christian minister, Jewish rabbi, and Muslim chaplain walk into a triathlon... It sounds like a punchline, but these three faculty religious leaders teamed up this summer to bike, swim, and run to raise money for Mental Health. We chatted with them about religion at Penn, the Pope's significance to all faiths, and their dream religious world leader triathlon team.