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The Key to Penn

Four Kite and Key tour guides show their passion for Penn.

by SABRINA QIAO

The ABCs of EMTs

They're just like us! Except they'll probably save a life before they're twenty.

by CHEN CHEN ZHANG

Ego of the Week: Maddie Gelfand

Challah at ya girl.

by HALEY WEISS

We're Looking for the Most Eligible Bachelorettes at Penn!

Know a bachelorette who's truly the cream of the crop? Nominate them here!

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Highest Fashion: The Brand Bringing Smoke and S(e)oul to Streetwear

So you made the honor roll, but are you an honor roller? 

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Know Any Cool Seniors? Nominate Them For Ego of the Week!

Street is looking for unique, driven, quirky, and just all–around awesome seniors to be Ego of the Week. Sound like someone you know? Nominate them here!

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Ego of the Week: Makayla Reynolds

Pick up your damn P sweaters already. 

by HALEY WEISS

NSO: The Breakdown

A refresher of all those events that you DEFINITELY attended your freshman year.

by SABRINA QIAO

Ask A Pre–Frosh: Becca Bean

Were we ever so young?

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Ask a Pre–Frosh: Aashna Jain

Were we ever so young?

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Summer Spotlight: Cindy Lou

Cindy Lou is a rising sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences looking to major in economics and considering minors in both law and society and East Asian Studies.

by JULIETTE PALERMO

Street Book Club: A Wild Sheep Chase

Book: A Wild Sheep Chase (1982) by Haruki Murakami Recommended by: Cătălina Drăgoi Genre: Magical realism Synopsis that won’t give away the plot: While not necessarily one of the first works that come to mind when thinking of Haruki Murakami, his third novel is arguably the most famous in the “Trilogy of the Rat”. The plot of this relatively short book—approximately 300 pages, depending on which publisher you choose—is rather simple.

by CAT DRAGOI

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

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