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In high school, I aspired to be a beer girl. A beer girl hung out with guys and played pong at parties—she wasn’t one for girly chatter, and perhaps looked a little intimidating. She wore baggy clothing and no makeup, yet looked stunning nonetheless. She was chill. The beer girl was the first of many types of girls who are “not like other girls"—girls who were considered "unique" and didn’t fit the mold of what most other girls were doing.
It’s 2022, but on TikTok, it could be the ‘90s. Ever since the Hulu release of the limited miniseries Pam & Tommy, the iconic looks of Pamela Anderson have been making a resurgence. Across social media, it feels like Gen Z is trying to look like Gen X in their youth.
The rumors are true: It's officially Short King Spring. While men often flaunt or even lie about tall heights on dating apps and women who are attracted to men generally regard height as an important factor in their relationship decisions, a new trend—celebrating shorter men—might be changing the dating scene.
Tucked away on a corner in Kensington, a block away from one of the last train stops on the MFL SEPTA line, sits a vibrant and relaxing coffee shop. Càphê Roasters, a Vietnamese cafe and coffee roastery, sells delicious food and drinks in a hip, calming, and welcoming atmosphere.
Reading Terminal Market can be quite overwhelming, with the steady flow of foot traffic approaching from all directions and the noisy hum of work and chatter coming from the stalls. But sitting down at the counter of Tambayan feels like coming up for a breath of fresh air amidst the chaos.
There is nothing quite like Julia Fox’s Instagram presence. In between photoshoots of skin-tight black outfits and massively viral eyeliner looks, Fox writes entire paragraphs to detail her posts. “I love these photos. I love that they aren’t over—edited,” Fox captioned a photoshoot that she and her entourage did to accompany an interview for The Cut. In short, on the internet, Fox keeps her emotions on her sleeve—and it's incredibly refreshing to watch.
On 40th and Ludlow, just past the busy strip of restaurants and apartment complexes, sits a garden oasis for college students to retreat into. STUMP, a tiny chain of plant stores, has opened its newest location in the heart of University City.
On Monday, as I was walking out of my morning class, I opened my phone to a thrilling text from my sister. In all caps, one word: “RIHANNA.”
Content warning: This piece describes examples of digital abuse, sexual violence, relationship violence, and institutional reporting, which can be disturbing and/or triggering for some readers. Please find resources listed at the bottom of the article.
Euphoria is back, and viewers can’t get enough. Attracting mass numbers each week and even breaking HBO Max’s record for a digital premiere performance, it’s safe to say that the TV show is a cultural phenomenon. If you don’t watch Euphoria when it airs at 9 PM every Sunday, you'll have to stay off of almost all social media platforms to avoid spoilers. People simply can't stop talking about it.
It’s 2022, and 2014 is back. While Penn students will most likely look at the early 2010s with embarrassment (after all, these were our middle school years), the world seems to be nostalgic for the days of Tumblr, when the Arctic Monkeys were in and walking around in black ripped skinny jeans or a Peter Pan–collared dress was the ultimate fashion statement.
As the semester comes to an end and the weather starts to get cold, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain the bright and cheery mood that you might have started off the school year with. Assignments are due left and right, and workloads have piled up as professors cram in last–minute lessons before final exams. The sun sets before 6 p.m. every night; trekking to class in the late afternoon is synonymous with a dark sky and freezing hands.
Every Wednesday, three vendors arrive in the early hours of the morning to the middle of University City and prepare for a day of interacting with college students. The Farm to City University Square Farmers' Market, located in front of the Penn Bookstore on 36th and Walnut, offers fresh produce, baked goods, and unique plants. The three stands—Beechwood Orchards, Big Sky Bread Company, and PetAl Plants and Flowers—have traveled to Penn’s campus for years.
A 20–minute drive from Penn's campus, past the tranquil greens of Fairmount Park, a small pizza shop is nestled between brick buildings in Strawberry Mansion. Down North Pizza, located on West Lehigh Avenue and North 28th Street, serves Detroit–style pizza in a casual environment—all while upholding its mission of employing formerly incarcerated individuals and preventing recidivism. The restaurant's refreshing take on deep–dish and its community involvement recently earned it a feature on the The New York Times' 2021 50 favorite restaurants list.
On Sept. 4, Cardi B gave birth to a baby boy. Just over three weeks later, she made her first postpartum appearance at an event at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, a decorative arts museum in Paris. Many fans were thrilled to see her out and about again, but others weren't so impressed.
Megan Fox is back with a vengeance—filming new projects, taking over talk shows, and posing for paparazzi pictures with her hotshot boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly. It doesn't come as a surprise, then, to learn that she's found a new way to capitalize off of her renewed A–list status.