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Love is an Open Door

Despite their validity, open relationships still seem to carry a certain stigma, an ambiguous nature that confuses most.

by SYRA ORTIZ BLANES

Game Over

Bubbles stream up furiously, erupting from the swimmer’s mouth. His legs work powerfully as he propels himself towards the wall—just one final push, he’s almost there.

by KEARA JENKINS

Smokes' and Mirrors

Smokes' is an inclusive hub at a school where exclusivity reigns.

by ORLY GREENBERG

Down to Business

It’s one against 70, and the recruiter is losing. Rather than file out, the students swarm him, ply him with resumes and cover letters, jostle his arm in hopes of a handshake.

by MARK PARASKEVAS

Walls Tell All

They are many in number. They are stoic. They are strong. They are the guardians of Penn’s campus– of our souls and ourselves. They are bound to stand by us, in sickness and in health. They are the support we need, not the support we deserve. They are walls.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Presenting: Your 2015 Senior Superlatives

The wait is over. Check out the **chosen members** of the Class of 2016. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

SENIOR SUPERLATIVE NOMINATIONS

Your time at Penn matters, vote for senior superlatives. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Hurrah for the Red and Blue (and the Green)

Despite the University’s attempts, for many Penn students green living takes a backseat to convenience and carelessness.

by NICK JOYNER

Fake It Till You Make It

"A fake ID at Penn is absolutely essential."

by DANI BLUM

Friday Night Plights

 Penn, despite its prolific athletic history, is just starting to tap into sports culture.

by BRANDON SLOTKIN

High Alert

MERT is our safety net when we go too far. But many forget that under the red shirts are fellow Penn students—living the thrill of a Friday night.

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Caught in the Crossfire: Guns on Campus

Penn students don’t agree on what it means to own or shoot a gun.

by REBECCA HEILWEIL

Living Double

Though RA policies are strict, most don’t address the gray area situations advisors find themselves in. While maneuvering through a dual–role as friends and supervisors, RAs often rely more on personal assessments and spur–of–the–moment judgments than university policy to navigate their halls.

by AMANDA REID

The Pipeline to Penn

“It was basically like going to college as a fourteen-year-old.” Sam Ax, now a Wharton sophomore, opted for the “clean-cut” look on the 2,300 mile flight from Phoenix to Boston.

by DANI BLUM and REBECCA HEILWEIL

"Meet Us Halfway"

In the United States, fewer than 1 out of every 1,000 people are diagnosed as “functionally deaf” before the age of eighteen. Only two of those students found their way to Penn.

by JULIE LEVITAN

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