Features

Artificial Intelligence

A look at Penn's "smartest" drugs

by MELANIE BAVARIA

Leges Sine Moribus Vanae

Who's afraid of academic dishonesty? Most people, apparently.

by DANIEL FELSENTHAL

The Dissidents

Penn's brochures would have you believe that starting freshman year is like walking onto the set of some combination of "Good Will Hunting," "The Social Network," and "A Beautiful Mind." For many, disenchantment sets in as the classes are more boring and the people less thrilling than advertised.

by MANOLA GONZALEZ

Striking a Pose

Penn's student bodybuilders take to the stage and show off their hard work.

by ELENA GOORAY

Taking it to Market

Tracing Philadelphia’s farmers’ markets back to their roots

by KILEY BENSE

A Global Phenomenon

A brief overview of other cities’ efforts to repurpose transportation arteries

by EILLIE ANZILOTTI

Up in the Air and Beneath the Ground

Will the future of the Reading Railroad mobilize visions for a new Philadelphia?

by EILLIE ANZILOTTI

From Prep to Clean-Up, 8 Hours in the Vetri Kitchen

Fine dining is a little like yoga, or meditation, or floating on your back in the middle of a Jacuzzi: the world gets really small when you do it. At Vetri, on 1312 Spruce St., it’s a world of glass from Murano, of wooden tables and floors.

by BRETTE WARSHAW

One Person, One Vote, Many Arguments

Pennsylvania's voter identification law has sparked both claims of fairness and accusations of foul play. A campus responds.

by JOE PINSKER

If These Walls Could Talk

A heated back-and-forth between Penn and West Philadelphians leaves the future of an historic building up in the air

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What We'd Tell Ourselves Three Years Ago

Listen up: once upon a time, everyone here at Penn was just as confused as you freshmen are now — we’ve all at one time or another legitimately tried to avoid the Compass or purposefully touched the Ben Franklin statue.

by 34TH STREET

Comic on Campus

Locust Moon brings the good ol' days back to campus

by KENNA OROURKE

Would you TRI it?

the Philadelphia Triathlon begins today. Catch up here.

by STEPH WITT

True Life: I'm a Mural Artist

Sort of.

by CHRISTINA HEFFERAN

Art & the City

The Barnes Foundation and the campaign that sought to make it famous

by SHELBY RACHLEFF

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