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Spencer

Learning to be still with the help of man's best friend

by ELIANA DOFT

Redefining Love In Lockdown

Photo Essay | From puppies to coffee cups, here's how Street survived life under lockdown.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Day 62: A Love Letter

Finding pleasure in seven–minute walks, pancakes, and number theory.

by ANONYMOUS

The Dark Side of Dating Apps

Dating apps: fun, convenient, problematic.

by AIDAH QURESHI

The COVID–19 Talk: Dating Edition

Two students and a CAPS clinician talk about setting boundaries and facilitating open communication. 

by EMILY WHITE

My Friend, Will Shortz, and I

A friendship traced through a New York Times Crossword streak.

by KATHRYN XU

69th Street: Stop Hating Yourself for Being Needy

In this edition, Street Editor-in-Chief Beatrice Forman learns how to embrace her clinginess.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

A Love Letter to My Quarantine Coping Mechanism

Thank you, 'sanity walks.' You've helped make this year suck less. 

by EVA INGBER

Songs I Carry for My Dad

When my own words were gone, I sang for him.

by JULIA MITCHELL

Forget Valentine's Day. Here's How to Celebrate Galentine's Day

Make sure to show the special women in your life how much you appreciate them.

by TARA O'BRIEN

Here Are Five Philly Restaurants Offering Valentine's Day Meal Kits

With many dining spots closed on Valentine’s Day, here are some at–home alternatives to a restaurant dinner.

by NAOMI KIM

On Tinder and Tarot Cards

How I learned what it means to love during quarantine

by JULIA ESPOSITO

When A Feminist Anthem Falls Flat

MARINA's 'Man's World' exemplifies what can go wrong with setting out to write a feminist anthem.

by KATHRYN XU

Not Loving 'The Princess Bride' is Inconceivable

Why Rob Reiner's 1987 cult classic is still the ultimate comfort thrill

by ARIELLE STANGER

Chronicling the Corset

A look at the long and complicated history of corsets, and why they may be more empowering than you think

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

A Word to the Verbose

A reflection on my relationship with the English language

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Will Live Music Ever Return?

As the pandemic drags on, live music seems as distant as ever.

by ALLISON STILLMAN

Keeping Up With the Conways

Claudia Conway shouldn’t be considered a Gen Z hero—she’s just a teenager trying to navigate the realities of her abuse. 

by KIRA WANG

Lasting Scars: Albert Kligman and the Holmesburg Prison Experiments

Penn's most celebrated dermatologist experimented on incarcerated people. The University still hasn't owned up to his legacy.

by DENALI SAGNER and MAX COHEN

Letter from the Editor 02.04.2021

On GameStop, Albert Kligman's legacy, and the fall of activism

by BEATRICE FORMAN

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