This semester’s PennApps will be the largest student-run hackathon of all time.
The restaurant serves Korean and Japanese food.
Wharton students can make appointments with a peer advising fellows on Wharton’s Academic Advising site.
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Market Noodles will serve Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese and Japanese food.
The Quakers’ defense lost Erin Thayer, Alex Dayneka and goalkeeper Sarah Banks, but a hallmark of the program that has shone through — especially in the early portion of the season — is the interchangeability of players in different positions and the flexibility that it has allowed coach Darren Ambrose to continue to mold the team.
Q and A with Professors Rajeev Alur and Randall Kamien.
Other offerings included Japanese and Italian fare.
The Queer Student Alliance’s annual party will take place at the LGBT center on Friday.
Though brother and sister Kaitlyn and Ryan Moore are separated by more than 3,000 miles during the school year, they’ve found an interesting way to stay connected with one another: soccer.
With the departure of Erin Beck, the fulcrum of Penn women’s soccer’s attack for the last two years, the Quakers have had to search for a replacement for a two-year captain and one of the best players in program history.
The DP is launching a new advice column! Have questions? The columnists have answers.
Today, the women’s soccer season commences, and thus, it’s time for us sportswriters to get together and make predictions on matters about which we know not.
At the end of the 2012 cross country season, the Quakers’ future proved bright with several stellar performances by the team’s youth. And now coach Steve Dolan is gearing up to kick the sophomore slump altogether.
The ‘Jobs’ star will deliver an open lecture as part of Wharton’s Turner Lecture Series on Sept. 18.
The four students are now studying in different countries after considering the unrest in Egypt.
The county joins after having a $2 million operating loss the last fiscal year.
On Monday, the Quakers picked up their first commitment for their upcoming recruiting class in Mike Auger. We sat down with Auger to discuss why he chose Penn, his relationship with the men’s hoops coaching staff and his role on the basketball court.
So, you think you can run, huh? Come with us on a guided tour of the Lehigh University cross country course, where the Quakers will run on Oct. 5 for the Paul Short Invitational and Nov. 15 for the NCAA East Regional Championships.
Losing an impact player is never an easy adjustment, but losing one of Whit Shaw’s caliber means Penn’s receiving corps needs to step up. However, Nick Longtin and the rest of the receiving corps have the utmost confidence in the next crop of young pass catchers.