Letter

Hurrah from the Editor

School spirit is hiding somewhere in a third floor Van Pelt carrel. 

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Editor-Approved Snapchats

I screenshot. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZI

Change from the Editor 10.15.2015

This is a strange time of the year.

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Food Baby From the Editor 9.30.15

From my plate to yours

by DINA ZARET

Letter from the Editor 9.24.2015

To Penn, we are numbers. 

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Snap from the Editor 9.10.15

Sending good vibes to you, reader. 

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Shoutout from the Editor 4.23.15

To the readers and to the trolls: In honor of shoutouts, I am writing my final HBEIC letter of the semester in shoutout form to the people who made this possible. 

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Flung with the Editor

Contrary to popular belief, this is the most wonderful time of the year. We're taking off our parkas and taking to College Green.

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Letter to the Editor 04.09.15

I just wanted to thank Amanda Suarez for her Losing a Parent [“College Interrupted: When You Lose a Parent” from 04/02/15] article. On Sunday February 1st, my dad called me at 9am to let me know my mom wasn’t feeling up to cooking dinner that night so to not worry about coming up to North Philly to have my birthday dinner.

by TAYLOR CAMPBELL

Puppy from the Editor

It’s amazing, when feel like you no longer have a home, how a pet can give you a place to belong.

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Vote from the Editor

I tried to vote for Fossil Free Penn. And Penn told me I don't have a vote.

by ALEX STERNLICHT

Blue Poodle From the Editor

Finding out what other people think of you is, weird. Uncomfortable. You want to know until you know.

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Letter from the Editor: 02.19.2015

My phone ran out of storage because of all my dating apps. JSwipe, Tinder, Hinge, Grouper and even Grindr (for journalistic research) framed my phone background (Word on the Street, p.

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Letter to the Editor

Cultural appropriation is just borrowing something from another culture. “Offensive” appropriation occurs when the culture that is doing the adopting has oppressed, subordinated, or otherwise abused the culture from which it is adopting ideas, dress, etc. 

by SYDNEY SCHAEDEL

Meat from the Editor 1.29.15

Looking for friends

by ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

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