Zach Sergi (C ’10, Friars) just released his second e-book The Hero Project as a sequel to his first, Heroes Rise. It has reached the top of the charts in its category on both Amazon and iTunes. Be a hero and like it on Facebook and learn more here.
Joelle Sellner (C ’88) has just released the first chapter of her digital graphic novel Wonderous: The Adventures of Claire Sinclair #1. You can find it on iTunes, Amazon, or Graphicly. Check out her page for more information! Especially because Claire Sinclair is a very clever name.
Elizabeth Banks (C ’96, Friars, Favorite Alum Ever) has just launched her own YouTube channel, complete with a super charming intro video, below. She was also honored as Vanity Fair’s Annual Power of Women event for her work with the American Heart Association. Oh, and she also recently dished about how extravagant her costumes will be in the upcoming Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Hey Liz, I emailed you about a week ago and never heard back. #Rude. But we should still hang out.
Did you know Sarah Downs (C ’12, Zeta Tau Alpha) was Miss Idaho in the Miss America Pageant on September 10th? She competed at the pageant in Atlantic City, NJ and talked about what her title means to her in this video. Who says Penn girls aren’t pretty?
Check out which famous Penn alum appears in Jimmy Kimmel’s sketch “Mean Tweets”, below. He or she appears at 34 seconds to be exact. Who could ever be mean to this person? His or her eyes are just so soulful.
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