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Yeah Sex is Good But Have You Ever Traced a Domino Effect?

Then you realize that yeah sex is good, but perhaps intimacy is even better. 

by ANONYMOUS

Mary, Me, and Sexuality

She’s holding the trash can open and I’m thinking: this is it. This is it.

by ANONYMOUS

Peach

Before spring there are days like these.

by MADELEINE SONG

Letter from the Editor, February 2023

At Street, we take big things (a 55–year legacy, almost 10,000 undergraduate students) and big ideas (sex, among others) and make them into something personal.

by WALDEN GREEN

Let’s Talk About Sex with Logan Levkoff

Meet the sexuality and relationships expert who began her career with Street.

by SOPHIE BARKAN

The Act of Falling in Love with Me, Myself, and I

How feeling alone taught me to cherish myself

by FELICITAS TANANIBE

Ego of the Week: Devi Bass

As chair of the Theatre Arts Council, this senior works behind the scenes to bring magic to the stage.

by SOPHIE BARKAN

Bad Sex? Blame Capitalism.

Kristen Ghodsee is revolutionizing our understanding of sex and love. 

by NORAH RAMI

Evelyn Thomson: Redefining Women in Physics

Meet the recently named American Physical Society Fellow with passions beyond the particles that make up our world.

by NORAH RAMI

Becoming an Astros Fan in Philly

Picking up and letting go of your identity

by NORAH RAMI

Ego of the Week: Tommy Christaldi

Between community engagement and performing arts leadership, Tommy finds time to talk up a storm.

by ANJALI KISHORE

Chinatown Activism: Then and Now

This Philly native discusses her work inheriting the mantle of the decades–long struggle to save Chinatown.

by NORAH RAMI

Ego of the Week: Ashwarya Devason

Between hours spent in the research lab, this senior is makes sure to further her passions for empowering first–generation, low–income students and studying feminist theory.

by SOPHIE BARKAN

Letter from the Editor, December 2022

In which we pass the torch.

by EMILY WHITE

A Picture's Worth 365 Days

How an Instagram photo diary taught me to slow down and appreciate the ups and downs of life.

by NATALIA CASTILLO

Penn's Daniel Gillion on Research as a Tool for Storytelling

Meet Dr. Gillion, a Poli Sci professor utilizing interdisciplinary methods to shift racial and ethnic paradigms from within the classroom.

by RIANE LUMER

Ego of the Week: Jack Franklin

Between music, marketing, and making Wharton feel like home, this senior certainly has his plate full.

by ANJALI KISHORE

Meet Maeve Stiles, the Star Athlete Embracing the Unexpected

The president of the Women’s Athletic Association wants you to put yourself first and not take life too seriously.

by SOPHIE BARKAN

The WALK's 27L is a Soaring Success

The student magazine's fashion fundraiser—a collab with Castle—offers a window into Philly's budding fashion scene.

by IRMA KISS

Jawa Like Wawa

The newly elected Class of 2026 president shares her hopes of fostering a sense of home at Penn.

by NORAH RAMI

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