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Imagine breathing the same air as Cate Blanchett, walking the red carpet with Michael B. Jordan, and watching close to 30 films in one week all for a Penn course credit. It sounds like an absolute dream, right? But here's the thing: it isn't. In fact, every summer the University of Pennsylvania actually allows this opportunity to a handful of ultra–lucky student applicants.
With Huntsman as our campus hot–spot this week I expected to get a lot of pre–professional looks, but I found just the opposite. This week's trendsetters mix sweet with sassy; like that kid in your negotiations class who you underestimated. These students don't mess when it comes to how they dress. See for yourself:
This week’s fashion hot–spot? Penn’s biggest, brightest, and reddest statue: the Tampons. While marking my territory at the corner of Locust and Hillel, one of Penn’s prime locations during this time of year, #MatzahMadness, I found some of the most stylish students our school has to offer. This week, bomber jackets are in and winter jackets are out; it's almost spring, baby.
This week, Street Style is taking you down Locust Walk and featuring Penn’s most fashionable and bold looks. From wild socks to statement lipstick, our campus is full of style and I'm here to show you the best of the best and how to create these looks for yourself. Like Tyra Banks always says, it’s time to get NLF: next–level fierce.
To some, Vampire Weekend is solely recognizable for being at the top of their music library, but for others, the band is known for the fact that it was formed in the Ivy League at a school that some might call our city–slicking, but less fun friend, Columbia. So we took to the deep dark web to find out what other bands had Ivy League blood (read: elitism) pulsating through their beats. Here’s what we found:
While it might be painful to hear that Justin Timberlake has seen better days, there’s something to be said for the fact that the most memorable part of the Super Bowl halftime show was Ryan McKenna, the “selfie kid.” For Justin, the halftime performance was a story of redemption. Like the Eagles, he was an underdog. The Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction at his last performance (over 14 years ago) was long gone, but never forgotten. At the half, he performed to give fans something new to talk about, but we’re not so sure the post–performance gossip is what he was aiming for.
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Guy Fieri is more than just a Food Network Star. He’s a Food Network legend.
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Yesterday, at 3:00 p.m., I left campus to fulfill my civic duty. I returned to my middle school, in what most would consider as an affluent suburb of Philadelphia, one that is predominantly white, to vote for who I expected to be the first female President. I walked up to the polling place with my mother and sister by my side; three educated women that are fortunate enough to make informed votes and experience life without the constant threat of deportation, racism, and hatred that many of my friends and peers experience on a daily basis. We knew it was our duty to make the right choice, a choice that would ensure that our country did not undo the progress it had so recently made from its intolerant past. A choice that guaranteed us hope for a better future, not fear of a regressive one.
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A Summer Street staffer who went on Pennquest last year answers the important questions – like what the hell the trip actually is, and whether they really do all shit together.