Coughing, sneezing, amputated limbs, OH MY! New diseases have been affecting the Penn population. But don't fear, Lowbrow has the cures!
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Is 'chat' is a fancy way of saying shat? Coffee shats make sense. I shat with my friends all of the time.
Don’t have time for a campus job, but need cash for all those BYOs this semester? Ego has a few suggestions for how to make money on your own time
Still getting asked about your summer internship? These Penn students sure are. From LA to NY and fashion to politics, they went beyond the usual coffee runs and did some pretty cool shit.
Anna Wintour called Lowbrow for OCR advice. Our assistant took a message.
You suck. Here's why.
Jew year, Jew you!
Huntsman senior: I would never have sleepovers with my hookups—my breath smells like a diaper in the morning, and I get really self conscious about it.
In the United States, fewer than 1 out of every 1,000 people are diagnosed as “functionally deaf” before the age of eighteen. Only two of those students found their way to Penn.
Lowbrow takes totally real, definitely not made up dialogue and lets you decide whether it's a date or an interview.
You really don’t want to have your sins still around when the Pope comes, but you’re busy. Thank God for Venmo!
A Christian minister, Jewish rabbi, and Muslim chaplain walk into a triathlon... It sounds like a punchline, but these three faculty religious leaders teamed up this summer to bike, swim, and run to raise money for Mental Health. We chatted with them about religion at Penn, the Pope's significance to all faiths, and their dream religious world leader triathlon team.
Temple's Tyler School of Art's 2nd annual small press and art fair offered a look at nontraditional literature and innovative social activism.
Where the PMA’s event lacked in artwork, it made up for in its ability to bring people together.
The key is in the details.
Since we’re all college students on a budget, paying the extra bucks for the pumpkin treats isn’t always in the cards.
Ever wonder why the leaves turn magical, often clashing colors in the Fall? Think it's biology? Think again.
Lots of things come with fall: Ponchos, cider, mono and the return of the lumbersexual.But most importantly of all, plaid makes its triumphant return.
Holy shit—the Pope is coming. We hope you behave yourself this weekend because his holiness doesn’t tolerate sinners.
Misunderstood bellydancer: I took pre–workout supplements with vodka one time and I ended up home, naked and hugging a pole.