Rising Junior Alexa Fecca has spent her summer becoming a world class cinephile. From attending the Cannes Film Festival to working on scripts and movies at her two internships in Los Angeles, she's been busy.
By Carolyn Grace
Either way, it's almost over.
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Rising Sophomore Raina Searles is training the future wolfs of Wall Street at the National Student Leadership Conference in New York. Oh, and she’s taming boa constrictors on the side.
What does recruitment actually mean?
There's more than one kind of rush.
Because you can't live in a hostel forever.
Because you need the right setting to take the sorting quiz.
Ego of the week
Team captain Tage S. Das talks Quidditch pong, bangable Hogwarts profs and gender inclusivity.
He's an entire media conglomerate despite being only one guy, and he has a lot to say about his experience working with Penn media and being the only male in an all–female comedy troupe.
Just a heads up, you can get medical insurance working part time at Starbucks.
If this Management TA, Wharton Council co–chair and president of Fiji has time to explore Philadelphia and its coffee shops, so do you.
Honoring the ladies with the clever pop culture references, and the handful of guys who didn't wear a sports jersey this year.
He's someone to look up to in the queer community, could probably save your life in a medical emergency and will definitely show you his butt cheeks on Snapchat.
A friendly reminder that these Egos are still rockstars as post–grads.
If you've ever been shitty to this week's Ego, she may or may not have already written about it and shared with others.
Please refrain from attempting to steal the animals in this article. We know, it’s hard.
Profiling just a few of the many voices speaking out for mental health on Penn's campus.
Catch him at Franklin Field, in the depths of Towne or perhaps in the line at Chipotle. Nick Demes just has one request: Stop worrying about Penn stresses and come out and watch a football game, dammit.
Whether she's on–stage or behind the camera, Araba Ankuma is always developing her artistic vision. Read on as the Strictly Funk chair talks photography, black joy, and "Living Single."
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