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When we started working through the idea to go random with Penn 10 this year, we weren’t really sure if it was going to work. But the result was better than we could've expected. This issue could have been populated by any permutation of the thousands of seniors at Penn, and it would have still been amazing, because everyone at Penn has a meaningful story. We hope that, whatever your Penn experience, you find kernels of it represented here.
Wannabe, but unpublished, Critic: “I love how people will write one story for 34th Street and suddenly think they’re journalists.”
Street Music Ed: “I don’t know what deep house is. It’s probably like house music, but deeper.”
We've all been there: We've made meal plans with friends, but more time going back and forth between "You pick the restaurant!" "No, you decide!" than actually sitting down to enjoy the meal. Next time you find yourself in a bind, just take this quiz. It will point you to a fresh restaurant review that's right for you.
This Dining Guide highlights the memories, stories, and connections we make with food. Our reviews emphasize the experience of dining out. We’ve profiled students and alumni who use food to jumpstart businesses and clubs. We tried your favorite cookie recipes. Some of us opened up about our relationships with food: the good, the bad, and the ugly. In this issue, food is the main character.
SWUG: “Maybe this [Sex and Human Nature] class will teach me how to get laid.”
34th Street Magazine is looking for the best cookie recipe on campus, from amateur and semi–pro chefs alike. Submit your recipe for a chance to be featured in our Dining Guide, coming out March 27.
Scheming Spring Breaker: “My fake didn’t work at the club, but then I remembered we’re legal in the Caribbean so I showed him my passport and pretended I aged backwards.”
Networking Opportunist: “LinkedIn is just like Tinder once you’re in banking.”
One Member of the 135th Board: "Do tops exist? I feel like everyone at the DP is a bottom."
Street is looking for your suggestions for Ego of the Week. EOTW recognizes inspiring seniors who are making waves at Penn. In the hopes of being as democratic and representative of campus leaders as possible, we're looking to our readers to submit nominations for who they think would make a good EOTW.
PSA to Jeff Bezos: “There’s something in your pants that makes girls want to fuck you. It’s not your dick, it’s your wallet.”
Essay Contest Winner: Learning to Feel Beautiful
Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club Member: “We can’t just ‘get this bread,’ we’ve gotta bake it.”
English Major, during critique: “I don’t want to be offensive to the story, but I thought a lot about Twilight while I was reading it.”
Got a love story to share? 34th Street Magazine's annual Love Issue will be out February 13, 2019. Submit your story — about platonic love, love of coffee, someone else's love, love on your freshman hall, any kind of love.
Heartbroken Cowgirl: “Both of my past boyfriends cheated on me at rodeos.”
Word on the Street is 34th Street's personal narrative section. We want to elevate Penn student voices to tell their stories—stories that make us laugh, cry, think, and everything in between. Want to see your story in Street this semester? Submit a pitch to this form and contact WOTS editors Mehek Boparai (email@example.com) or Hannah Yusuf ( firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Welcome! This is the application to join 34th Street Magazine staff for the spring 2019 semester.
2018 is nearly over. And with the new year comes reflection, retrospection, and some top ten lists. This year gave us an onslaught of pop culture, and now Street has endeavored to choose the best of all of it—best albums, best movies, best television shows, and best books from this year, based on staff's picks.