Author: mylesgordon

But What Does it Mean? Analyzing Penn’s Coat of Arms

Books, latin text, three plates. . . wait. . . that’s a dolphin? Approved in 1932 and adopted in 1933, Penn’s coat of arms is an iconic combination of the most important historical artifacts to both the university and the state of Pennsylvania. In this article, I would like to break down this unique image […]

Studying: We All Do It. (But Where?)

Penn offers both a challenging and rewarding course load for its students. While some may opt to study in their dorms or apartments, sometimes, the environment can be a bit too busy with roommates or other distractions. When books pile up, the knowledge of man isn’t the only thing you should be immersing yourself in. […]