Complete coverage of how the Eagles vs. Patriots at Super Bowl LII affects Penn from The Daily Pennsylvanian, 34th Street Magazine, and Under the Button.
Eagles fans were seen climbing traffic poles and moving vehicles in various states of undress. By midnight, cars had been turned over and multiple traffic poles had been taken down.
The parade will 'tentatively' start near Broad Street and Pattison Avenue before heading north towards the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
People keep asking me, 'was this the best weekend of your life?' My response: "There isn't even a close second."
To gauge reactions across campus and Philadelphia, The Daily Pennsylvanian dispatched reporters across the city to see how fans are responding.
The scene on Broad Street after the Eagles clinched their Super Bowl berth was magical, and Sports Editor Cole Jacobson cites it as a reason he's in Philadelphia to stay.
Given Penn's location in Philadelphia and the Eagles' first Super Bowl appearance in 13 years, The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with fortunate Penn students attending Super Bowl LII this Sunday.
This time around, Super Bowl season actually matters for Philly, and Penn is getting in on the fun. As the Philadelphia Eagles get set to take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, Penn's campus is filled with fervent support for the Birds.
A lot of people would be bothered by the scoffs and dirty looks that come from wearing an opposing team's jersey in Philly. But not the Patriots fans. In fact, they seem to enjoy it.
Even though the Eagles have no Super Bowl rings, they have been crowned league champions three separate times, the last time being in 1960 at Penn's very own Franklin Field.
No field experience needed. From 34th Street Magazine.
Sports fandom is in Philadelphia's DNA. From 34th Street Magazine.
Celebrate the Eagles' underdog success story with these scrappy tunes. From 34th Street Magazine.
Because only good snacks can bring rival teams together. From 34th Street Magazine.
The best places to find a crowd of sympathetic faces this Sunday. Patriots fans beware. From 34th Street Magazine.
How the clash between two American symbols represents a nation divided. From Under the Button.
City pride has never been so pervasive in Philadelphia. From Under the Button.
From Under the Button.
It's only a few days until the Super Bowl, and the energy in Philadelphia is undeniably electric. From Under the Button.