Campus Culture

Volunteer on Your Own in West Philly

A round up of places to do good, with or without friends.

by LILY ZIRLIN

Throwing a Boozy Brunch on a Budget

How to plan a pregame that will save you money and a midday hangover.

by MOLLY HESSEL

Fake Tanning Guide: Buy Your Spring Break Glow

How to look like you've been laying on an island for a week (even if you haven't).

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

The Clark Park Farmers Market: Better than Wednesdays at the Bookstore

Clark Park hosts a hidden gem for Penn students and neighbors alike.

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

Is IV Therapy the Hangover Cure of the Future?

Medical centers in Philadelphia offer IV infusions to cure everyday ailments.

by MOLLY HESSEL

How to Throw a Classy Wine and Cheese Party

Forget the BYO, you can save money with a Wine and Cheese night instead.

by EMMA MOORE

Grand Opening of Food Hall at 34th and Walnut Brings Sushi, Falafel, and More to Campus

The food trucks have some serious competition.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Packing Tips for a Stress–Free Spring Break

Please, don't be that person who forgets all their socks.

by LIZ KIM

Bad and Boochy: A Round Up of On–Campus Kombucha

Where to get your best probiotic fix.

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

The Easiest Edibles Recipes

Don’t try this at home (if home is a place where marijuana is illegal).

by LIZ KIM

Copa vs. Copa: Comparing the South Street and University City Locations

Two locations, same killer margaritas.

by MOLLY HESSEL

Expanded by Blue: UBB Doubles in Size

UCity coffee shop United by Blue upgrades to accommodate studiers and shoppers.

by MOLLY HESSEL

69th Street: Feelings for Friends and Confessing Kinks

Hannah and John answer questions on having romantic feelings for a friend and wanting to get kinkier with a significant other.

by HANNAH AND JOHN

Does the New Snapchat Update Actually Suck?

Penn students respond to the controversial Snapchat update.

by TAMARA GELBAND

The Real Cost of Being MERTed

How the mythical price tag associated with MERT discourages people from calling.

by LIZ KIM

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