The Quakers control their own destiny as they travel to Princeton, N.J., on Saturday to take on the first-place Tigers for a share of the Ivy title.
The Quakers are locked in a three-way tie for first place in the league with Princeton and Harvard, and the outcome of Saturday’s game will determine how the final stretch of the season plays out.
Penn (9-7, 3-3 Ivy) will travel to No. 2 Princeton (15-1, 6-0) to face its old rival in their classic season finale matchup.
This year, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology invited Philadelphia muralist Cesar Viveros to create a Day of the Dead altar of his own. VIDEO: Celebrating Día de los Muertos with the Penn Museum
The shrine belongs to Jacqui Bowman, a former consulting scholar for the Penn Museum who earned a certificate of executive administration from the University. The shrine is Bowman’s front porch on 43rd Street near Baltimore Avenue.
The Wharton Business Law Association planned the workshop in conjunction with Shell and the Wharton Management Club.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with coach Al Bagnoli to run through some topics and events that affect the matchup and the team itself.
Saturday, Penn field hockey will face a Princeton squad which has been bolstered by the return of senior Katie Reinprecht, who took last year off to represent Team USA in the Olympics.
Under the open philosophy of coach Bill Wagner, the Penn sprint football team has become a hotbed for players trying out — and often succeeding at — new positions on the field.
Despite close numbers between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney nationally, likely voters at Penn have self-identified as 55.0 percent Democrat, according to a poll conducted by The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Christopher Lu was Obama’s classmate at Harvard Law School and later served as his legislative director during the president’s time in the senate
Asians are stereotypically perceived to be less likely to fight back when faced with incidents of racism. That still doesn’t make it OK.
After more than 20 years as an educator, I thought back to where it all started — with a Teach For America sign-up sheet.
Politics have flooded news portals for the last 16 months. How refreshing, to have a non-partisan two days.
A round up of crime for the week of Oct. 19 to Oct. 25
Stepping from the halls of Penn’s student government to the halls of Capitol Hill was natural for 1964 Wharton alumnus Howard Marlowe, who has now spent more than 30 years working in the true corridors of power.
Penn filed two lawsuits for trademark infringement against PennRX Pharmacy and Penn Health Ambulance Corporation
The Philadelphia Police Department, the Philadelphia Fire Department and City Hall have launched mobile apps to increase awareness and efficiency in public safety.
Thirty years ago, an openly gay student arriving at Penn would have found few — if any at all — LGBT support services from the University. INTERACTIVE: LGBT resources across the Ivies
The Power Down Challenge, which began at the beginning of this week, is an annual competition between college houses and campus buildings designed to lower energy usage over the span of three weeks. Awards are given to the college house and campus building that lowers its energy consumption the most.