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SoBol, a New York-based açaí bowl chain, is opening shop on Penn’s campus at 38th and Spruce, later this month. Açaí bowls, pronounced “ah-sigh-EE,” are a Brazilian frozen specialty made with pureed açaí berries, topped with fruit and granola. The on–campus location will open on August 23, Philly.com reported.
If you’re in Chicago this summer, I’d like to think you are uncovering the government conspiracy that somehow created the anatomically bizarre “deep dish pizza.” But if not, don’t worry— Street has you covered with five things to check out in the area that are just as cool.
I get it, you’re living in New York City this summer, and it’s too hot to think of new fun things to do. So, we did it for you. Check out our list of five cool things you could (and should) be doing there this summer.
Honest Tom’s will soon reopen as Honest Tom’s Plant Based Taco Shop. After ten years serving meat, cheese, and all of your favorite animal products, the taco truck turned brick–and–mortar restaurant, will become entirely vegan in July.
Spending your summer in our nation’s capital and not sure what to do with your time? Whether you’re working in politics or as a foreign spy, you’ll need some fun ideas. No, sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial staring at the reflecting pool doesn’t count. Fortunately, Street has you covered. Here are five cool things you should be doing this summer in Washington, D.C.
Looking to survive the heat in Philly this summer? Fortunately, you live in a city famous for water ice—or flavored shaved ice, more authentically pronounced “wooder” ice. Did I get that right?
So, you got an internship at a tech company in San Francisco? Not sure what to do when you aren’t at a computer? San Francisco is a unique city with a diverse history and exciting neighborhoods. Luckily, it’s surprisingly small and easy to navigate. While you won’t be able to explore everything San Francisco has to offer in 3 months, you’re better off not wasting your time in Fisherman’s Wharf or similar tourist “attractions.” Here are five things to check out this summer.
For most Penn students, 9 a.m. class in DRL is as bad as it gets. But for students with early–morning jobs, 11 p.m. bedtimes and brisk walks before sunrise are only the beginning.
Kill or be killed. That’s the name of the game for the 45 million people playing Fortnite Battle Royale. Since its release in September, the free–to–play video game gained immense popularity, attracting celebrities from Chance the Rapper to Gordon Hayward, as well as seemingly every Penn student with a gaming console.
For most of us, going to college means leaving our family behind. But what about students with siblings at Penn? I sat down with three sets of siblings to see how coming to Penn with a sibling affects the college experience.
Penn is tough and sometimes we all need a break. Luckily, you’re never too far away from a trendy bar. So, let’s take a look at some of the best happy hours around.
Brian Imanual, known as Rich Brian, is hoping his new debut album, Amen, will help him transition from Vine star to respected rapper.
Like the rest of the world, Penn students have many different ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Some go on nice dates or reflect on lost love, while others argue about whether the whole holiday is an example of consumerism run amuck.