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My Day Behind the Scenes at Allegro

TLDR: They let me make a pizza.

by MADDIE MULDOON

It's Time to Tone Down Flexing on Social Media

On Instagram and LinkedIn, it's easy to forget that internships, money, and travel do not equal happiness. 

by AIDAH QURESHI

From 'The Simpsons' to Campus Activism, Street Is Here, There, and Everywhere

With love, SSSF.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Fox–Eye Trend Isn’t Cute—It’s Racist

To Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and many others: our eyes are not your trend.

by KIRA WANG

Gen Z's Coping Mechanism is Humor

How the generation turns to memes and jokes to address their growing disillusionment with society. 

by JESSICA XU

The Problematic History of Disney

How the beloved company has failed us in the past

by JULIA ESPOSITO

The Rise of Genderless Fashion

From Prince to couture, can Gen Z imagine a world where gendered clothing is obsolete? 

by ALICE HEYEH

An Update on Dropout: Speaking to CollegeHumor CEO Sam Reich

Speaking with CEO Sam Reich about the future of CollegeHumor and internet sketch comedy as a whole. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

The Downfall of Quibi

Despite heavy investment, Quibi's moment in the streaming world was as brief as its content. But why?

by CAYLEN DAVID

Rethinking Rush: Greek life adapts to a world with COVID-19

With remote events and the dangers of in-person gatherings, members are split on whether Greek life is worth it

by SEJAL SANGANI

“A Different Kind of Class”: Black Speculative Futures

Professor Christina Knight, her sister Jessi Knight, and their students imagine the future. 

by PEARL LIU

The Pope Isn’t As LGBTQ Friendly as People Think

The Pope's recent pledge of support for same–sex civil unions is not what it appears to be. 

by JULIA ESPOSITO

How a Historical British Detective Show Integrates Representation

British detective show, 'Endeavour,' slips well–integrated, casual representation into the fabric of its mysteries. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Mascne: What It Is and How To Fight It

Need a cure for your skin trouble ASAP? Look no further.

by NAOMI KIM

Must–Have Fashion Pieces for Fall and Winter

Street's guide to transitioning your wardrobe from fall to winter weather.

by TARA O'BRIEN

Include Jews in Your Activism

An Open Letter to AOC, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Non–Jewish Left–Wing Activists.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Professor Anne Berg Protects Your Right to Protest

At Penn, Professor Berg is a historian of the past. But at protests, she's a historian of the present. 

by EMILY TRUONG

These Podcasts Are Tackling Racism and Cultural Identity in COVID–19 America

Listen to diverse voices for greater understanding of current issues.

by ESTHER LEE

On Mandatory Participation Policies—And Why They Can be Damaging To Mental Health

How the virtual classroom can be a scary place for students.

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Blood of Zeus: An Exciting Addition to Netflix's Adult Animation

The show holds nothing back when it comes to spectacle and style, yet lacks in character development.

by ASHNA YAKOOB

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