Between the mandated curfew for 9–18 year–olds in Philly’s 18th police precinct and the overabundance of summer programs adding to the already–long list of infestations in the Quad, it seems like our beloved corner of the city is shutting down.
We get it, Gretchen, your dad is the inventor of Toaster Strudel. But are you realllllllllly putting your best Stuart Weitzman–clad foot forward when your fun fact at your SPEC Connaissance meeting icebreaker consists entirely of the fact that your parents donated one of the shitty study lounges in the quad?
Never do you hear more “my ‘father/uncle/second–cousin/ex–boyfriend's family friend’....is ...” than during OCR.
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.
Since the most recent election, Penn has gained a new representative in government other than POTUS—Louis Lin (C’20). He will serve as a Judge of Elections in Philadelphia’s 27th ward, the zone in which Penn falls, serving Division 20 as a Democrat.