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‘Professor Cope’: NFL linebacker’s offseason job? Teaching ‘Life 101’

 Brandon Copeland, the New York Jets linebacker heading to free agency next month, and a Wharton graduate, returns to his alma mater to teach Inequity and Empowerment, Urban Financial Literacy along with Brian Peterson, the director of Makku, Penn's Black Cultural Center, calling the course Life 101.

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Philly.com

Why this New York Jets linebacker wants to help Penn undergrads manage their money

Brandon Copeland, a Penn alum and New York Jets linebacker, wished he’d taken a personal finance course to learn the basics of budgeting, investing, retirement planning, and career basics. Now he’s teaching that very undergraduate class.

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Philly.com

Penn looking to put one championship behind while chasing another

The next challenge for men’s basketball is an exclusively Ivy League competition, six straight weekends of grueling Friday-Saturday back-to-backs, on the heels of the Big 5 win at the Palestra.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Women’s basketball: Penn’s 9-3 start fueled by former role players

Some players in the starting lineup are shifting from no-starts to being regular contributors this season.

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Philly.com

Women’s college basketball: Going through contenders for City Six player of the year

Eleah Parker,the reigning Ivy League and Big 5 rookie of the year, and Ashley Russell, who ranks first in the Ivy in assist/turnover ratio, are the two Penn players in contention for City Six player of the year:

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