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Highbrow knows all you basic fucks more than you know yourselves. We’re here to tell you how your trivial choices define entire aspects of your personality. Because who shouldn’t be defined by these insignificant categories, am I right?
Oh, people read the news in their spare time? Pick up a book? Watch a documentary? Work on their start–up? Well, we don't trust those people. Here are a few websites that may destroy your work ethic and render you homeless one day, but are amazingly underrated nonetheless.
I normally wouldn't be caught dead casually smoking a cig, but the minute I'm thrown into Recess or a Castle party, I wouldn't be caught dead without one. This is the first step to smoking outside VP for a study break, and we all know it.
If people saw how much joy I get over these four things, I would lose a lot of friends in a very short amount of time. Nonetheless, live and let live.
We know your secret: Penn's weird as hell, and our eating habits are just a part of that. Highbrow's here to document all the strange shit people on this campus do while simultaneously pretending to be ordinary. Let's start with what goes down outside of the dining hall...
Despite my intense hatred for Donald, I’m not one to turn down the opportunity to wear a long dress and drink Dom Perignon all night. So when my uncle offered me an extra ticket to the Texas inaugural ball, appropriately themed “Black Tie and Boots”, I headed down south for one the most bizarre experiences of my life.
No one thought Fling was going to be cheap, and that proved more than true when Pool Party tickets started being sold for $250+. However, the things people spent their money on had quite an interesting range. Who knew you could spend more than ten dollars during a late night McDonald's run...or should I say rampage. Random representatives from each grade disclosed their spending habits during Fling, some of which are acceptable and some of which might now be regretful.
Street: Has Penn made you more extroverted? Benjamin Chansky: I think it has made me more extroverted. At Penn, versus the high school I went to—which was pretty cliquey and hard to move throughout friend groups—I'm able to coexist in a lot of groups in such a fun way. Like the idea of Locust Walk. I love seeing people across Locust Walk and saying hello. It’s one of my favorite things to do.
By this time, you should be about done listening to Pandora ads and "Sorry" covers. Enter WXPN with the best music you will never find on your own. Read about how they do it all, and the Penn students who get to see it first hand.
I love Han Dynasty just as much as the next girl, don’t get me wrong. But sometimes it’s nice to take a break from Asian meals where you can’t leave the house for the next four hours because of severe indigestion and inevitable immobilization. We’ve all had a bad fried rice in our day, but for some odd and slightly sadistic reason we come running back to Chinese cuisine, no matter how many times we recall our previous negative experience. Enter Susanna Foo, saving one Penn adolescent from fatal gastronomic turmoil at a time. Susanna Foo, beloved Philadelphia chef, recently opened a high end Asian emporium in Center City she seductively named “SUGA.” At first look, you read the title and picture a side restaurant at a strip club with a creepy buffet table. Or at least I did until I was greeted with the rich aromas of soy, dumpling dough and sesame upon my arrival at the new establishment. Aka, my kind of “strip club.”
Members of different on and off campus fraternities gave details on what actually goes on behind the chapter house walls. Overarching theme? Penn has a mouse problem.
Street: Why did you delete your Facebook?
There's more to spring break than passing out on a beach and throwing up before 3 p.m. Check out what Penn students did during the past week, and start planning your next SB2K17.
Good luck keeping up with Kat Sicat. In addition to dancing for City Step, Strictly Funk and Penn Dance, she took a semester off to play rugby for the Philippines' national team. No wonder she was voted 'Most Intimidating' in high school.
This smooth–talking Lothario wants to pursue music but also cares about social justice. Despite that swoon–worthy combination, he claims he's stayed single because "I can't keep my room clean." That's okay, we like it dirty.
Street: Is the Vagina Monologues the same every year?
As we entered the donut store around 7 a.m., the sweet smells of hot dough and cinnamon spice already filled the kitchen and wafted over to greet us. It was reassuring to know that heaven never sleeps. Or at least sets an alarm earlier than yours.
Feb Club is a month–long senior tradition. This year, they've got venues ranging from famous restaurants and bars, to athletic arenas and night clubs, and even famous Philly landmarks and attractions, all for seniors to take part in at a discount (Ed. note: Who can blame these youngins for not knowing? I didn't know alcohol had calories until my junior year of high school).
Street: How did you and your fiance meet?
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