Ready for history lesson? Maybe not, after spending the last week decaying in Van Pelt and swearing you’d never commit another fact to memory ever again. But this lesson is, cool. Promise. Because it’s about FRATS. A lot of chapter houses didn’t used to be where they are now, and you might be surprised to find out what houses and buildings former generations of Penn bros called their official man caves. Without further ado, let’s begin a photographic tour of some awesome old Penn frat houses! Read the rest of this entry »
It appears that the good men and women of St. Elmo were kind enough to tickle our fancies with this uncanny reenactment of a photo we dug up last week. Can you spot the 10 differences?
Spring has sprung, the sun is out, the sky is blue, the weather is easy, breezy, beautiful, and that means one thing: ’tis the season to see and be seen chillin’ in the relevant outdoor spot of your choice. Check out these hip kids kickin’ it on the balcony of the Elmo house circa 1965 like being trendy is their job. Guess some things never change.
On this, the fifth day of waiting for Huntsman’s candidacy, we’ve learned that he is already out targeting special interests and key demographics. One such group he hopes to court is the Toddler Caucus. In order to win the hearts and minds of small children, Huntsman knows, you have to meet them where they are: Sesame Street.
Looks like a couple friendly neighborhood Muppets are sweeping the clouds away over on 39th & Spruce. Elmo seems to be going in for the hug in this photo sent in by a tipster, but who’s underneath that furry facade? Can they tell us how to get, how to get to Sesame Street? If you’ve got any inside scoop, be a friend and share with us in the comments.