Campus Life

Summer Spotlight: Jisoo Kim

Rising senior Jisoo Kim has been involved with the green scene at Penn from the very beginning—and now she’s in Paraguay doing amazing, sustainable things for the future.

by JESSICA LI

Penn Students Celebrate Pride

With June, better known as Pride Month, almost over, Street spoke to Thomas Calder (C'20), who is living in Philly this summer and attended some of the city's Pride celebrations the weekend of June 16. 

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Summer Spotlight: Alexis Masino

Alexis Masino (C'20) chose to spend two months of her summer to work in Calcutta, India, with a sex workers' collective.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Summer Spotlight: Louis Lin

Since the most recent election, Penn has gained a new representative in government other than POTUS—Louis Lin (C’20). He will serve as a Judge of Elections in Philadelphia’s 27th ward, the zone in which Penn falls, serving Division 20 as a Democrat.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Ask the Class of '21: Hanna Yang

Hanna Yang (W’21) is a polymath. She excels at painting, aced the SAT and curates the hell out of her Instagram.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Leading on Campus as a Woman of Color

Not a monolith.

by LILY SNIDER

Why I Love Greek Life at Penn and Want to See It Be Better

A Call to Action to the Greek Community

by CAROLINE OHLSON

The Definitive Penn Bucket List

DO IT, THE OLD YOU WOULD HAVE.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Shoutouts: Spring 2017

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Religious Studies—It's for everyone! (Even if religion isn't.)

Yes, religious studies is a thing, and yes, they have an undergrad journal now.

by SHILPA SARAVANAN

Ego of the Week: Emily Johns

Street's former HBIC returns one last time.

by JACKIE LAWYER

Fight Trump with Fling

The proceeds from Make America Fling Again hats will be donated to the ACLU.

by JULIA BELL

An Anniversary Letter to a Deceased Friend

Reflections on the year since it happened

by ANGELA NI

Second to Last: Letter from the Editor 4.20.17

Second to last means that not only is the end coming—it means that the end is coming soon.

by ORLY GREENBERG

Highbrow Campus Quiz

You're all so damn predictable.

by ELENA MODESTI

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