In case you needed yetanother Penn events webthing slash aggregator, check out EasySocial. But don’t close this tab just yet, because we want to know, seriously, is EasySocial any different from the rest? Well it turns out: somewhat!
ES—can we call it that?—catalogs not only your standard on-campus goings-on, but also those sometimes elusive bar specials and off-campus parties. Plus, it lets you post your very own events. If you’re still reading (god bless), here’s a bonus info nugget for ya: it was made by two Penn senior guys and honestly, who knows parties better, right?
5. Sit and imagine what it would be like if this happened at the Super Bowl.
6. Go to the Rave and see a movie — you’ll have the whole theater to yourself!
7. Make a fashionably late appearance at a Super Bowl party just long enough to grab a handful of chips and see Beyoncé (with Destiny’s Child?!) kill it. Before the third quarter starts, fake an important phone call and GTFO!!
So you woke up over break, checked your schedule and got NONE of the classes you pre-registered for? Buck up, kids, the world’s going to end in a few short weeks! Here’s how you should be spending your last few days on earth:
Student-Athlete Talent Show Who: Penn athletes When and where: Today, 8 p.m.; The Palestra Why: A talent show is at its best a spectacle and its worst a complete train wreck. It’s a win-win situation– what do you have to lose? The event coordinators urge you to bring new and gently used hats, gloves and scarves for donation to the homeless, which rules.
Pack The Palestra For Tonight's Penn-Butler Game– Have you claimed your free tickets for tonight's Penn basketball game at 8 in the Palestra? The Quakers will be going up against Butler, contenders for the national title for the past two years. Exciting, eh? And don't forget to wear red!
DP College Basketball Bracket Challenge Registration Ends At Noon– Registration is free and prizes are fancy-livin': Blarney gift cards for the top 3 and free cheese steaks for anyone that beats Blarney. Sweet deal, eh?
Penn Basketball Loses The Ivy Title– Yup, the bad news is true. After a streak of seven wins, Penn has lost the Ivy title to Harvard after Princeton's victory tonight, 62-52. Superstar senior Zack Rosen finished his career with a 19-point high, though!
Today In SPORTS– Penn beat Harvard tonight, 55-54! Our sources inform us that the sport was basketball.
Ever heard of football? Yeah, we have too! The Super Bowl XLVI (How do you pronounce XLVI/what do those letters mean?????) is happening tonight, and though we’re pretty excited about it, we’re even more psyched about this golden oldie Homecoming game that went down on our turf in 1967. This vintage footage, dug up by our friends over at Dueling Tampons, has it all: music, Franklin Field, those people with the helmets and more! Pretty neat, eh?