Some Picasso à la pickaxe left this gem outside of one Beige Block house. That Native American sculpture? That’s some pretty impressive ish! Wanna do a broken button for us next time?
We love caption contests. We also (secretly) love Whartonites. Caption contests and Whartonites together? That’s GOLD
man Sachs, baby. We present to you UTB’s official photo recap of Winter Whartonland 2011, a gingerbread-house decorating, snowflake-snogging study break that went down last Thursday in Huntsman’s Baker Forum. Check out all photos (with captions!) after the jump, plus one without a caption we want YOU to make up for us.
Photo 1: Aw, my wittle bebe snowman with wittle bebe snowman awms is going to be the bestest i-banker EVAR.
Okay, so we didn’t get a snow day, but at least a lot of professors couldn’t get to campus, which means a lot of classes were cancelled. Because that’s what happens when profs can’t come– they cancel class. Right?
Not true for Music 050. In a debatably-newsworthy but definitely-hateworthy email, this professor opted to force students to come in her absence. To watch a movie. Quiz to follow. Rude!
However, at the end of the day, her students are triple-counting World Music and Cultures, so they don’t really have much to bitch about… ever.
Either Penn kids have the maturity of 12-year-olds or we’re in for the weirdest alien invasion ever.
Benjamin Franklin has earned a number of titles in his life. Founding Father. Inventor of bifocals. Satirist. Founder of Penn. Sounds like he deserves a bit of respect, eh? Well, think again. Looks like the Ben statue by the Compass has taken a break from being the University’s communal urinal to become the victim of some snow violence. But at least it’s not yellow snow, right?
Add this to reasons we love the Penn alum, professor, and all-around badass outgoing governor of Pennsylvania. The NFL postponed Sunday night’s Eagles game due to the snowstorm no one will shut up about, so the gov had some choice words:
“We’ve become a nation of wusses. The Chinese are kicking our butt in everything. If this was in China, do you think the Chinese would have called off the game?”