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?
Meet the Penn student spending summer on an Alaskan fishing boat.
It's going to be a long summer.
A compilation of different Penn students' spending habits during Fling—having to grease the bouncer three times in one week will definitely getcha.
Ego of the week
Our former fearless leader reflects on the Round–Up, female drag queens and having small boobs.
Not everything can be the best.
Radio may be dead, but this station is not.
Not everyone wants to go to the pool party.
If you can't find this Olympic hopeful at Legion he's probably leading a coup d'état.
The co–founder of Penn Non–Cis has strong opinions on everything: fraternities, senior societies, veganism and spirit animals. Just don't ask them about Caitlyn Jenner.
According to the president of the Undergraduate Assembly there are two types of people at Penn: "Those who read my emails and those who don’t."
Members of different on and off campus fraternities gave details on what actually goes on behind the chapter house walls. Overarching theme? Penn has a mouse problem.
Penn students without Facebook accounts speak out about their decision to deactivate or delete Facebook altogether — posting bikini photos from spring break will have to wait.
The universally well–liked host of Bread and Jamz gets deep and talks masculinity, vulnerability and his vision for a more inclusive Penn community.
When the Music Director of Penn Masala isn't getting stopped by fans on the street, he's getting stopped at airport security. TSA, WTF?
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