Campus Life

Letter from the Editor 10.17.18

Why I've stopped looking forwards to things—and why you should too.

by NICK JOYNER

EOTW Savi Joshi: From the Buddhist Monastery to Culinary School

Did we mention she is writing a Hot Cheetos themed cookbook?

by AMANPREET SINGH

Ditch Fast Fashion and Buy Sustainable Clothing

A simple way to help the environment is to change how and where you buy clothing.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

Religious Studies Chair Jamal Elias on Flamenco, 'Pub Bikes,' and Islamic Studies

What do flamenco, cycling, and Islamic studies all have in common?

by CALAIS CRONIN

Inside 30 Years of Bui's Lunch Truck

Meet Mrs. Bui, the owner behind the legendary food truck on Walnut. 

by KATIE BONTJE

Meet Bjarni Rasmussen: The First Penn Student from the Faroe Islands

Think being the first student from your high school to attend Penn is a big feat? Try being the first from your country. 

by BEBE HODGES

Letter from the Editor 10.11.18

50 years after its inception, Street is still alive and kickin'. I couldn't be more honored to be leading it today.

by NICK JOYNER

Street in the Late 1970s: ‘Stayin’ Alive’

Eliot Kaplan recounts his experience as Street Editor–in–Chief in 1978 and how routine brought him sanity.

by ELIOT KAPLAN

Street in the mid–1980s: ‘Under Pressure’

Sabrina Eaton remembers a stressful time as Street Editor–in–Chief in 1984.

by SABRINA EATON

Street in the Early 1970s: Getting off the Ground

Arnie Holland talks about what 34th Street means to him 50 years later, and how he helped get the publication into rackboxes all around Philly as Editor–in–Chief from Feb. 1970—to Feb. 1971.

by ARNIE HOLLAND

Street in the Late 1960s: The Tumultuous Times That Gave Birth to Street

Bill Mandel reflects on his tenure as Street’s founding Editor–in–Chief in 1968 and 1969.

by BILL MANDEL

Street in the mid–1970s: Colorful Memories of a Black–and–White World

Lu Anne Stewart and Charlie Service reminisce on a 1976 co–editorship marked by hand–cut columns and X–Acto knives.

by LU ANNE STEWART and CHARLIE SERVICE

Street in the mid–1970s: ‘What’s in a Name?’

Lee Levine talks through his co–editor tenure in 1975 and Street’s move to a new office.

by LEE LEVINE

Street in the Late 2000s: Gossip and the Great Recession

Julia Rubin reflects on her time as Editor–in–Chief in 2009 and the bevy of angry voicemails that came with it.

by JULIA RUBIN

Street in the Early 1990s: Things I Learned That Have Helped Me Produce 'The Simpsons'

Matt Selman talks about how he became Editor–in–Chief of 34th Street, did an okay job, and bailed on journalism, but learned some things that really came in handy later.

by MATT SELMAN

Street in the Early 2010s: ‘Not Terribly Dramatic,’ but ‘Contagiously Fun’

2012 Managing Editor Joe Pinsker recalls Street’s not–so–distant past.

by JOE PINSKER

Street in the 1990s: It Was Fun to Be the Underdogs

Doree Shafrir (C' 99) still wants to know “Did you write for Street?”

by DOREE SHAFRIR

Street in the 2000s: How Did We Get Here?

Ross Clark (C’04) wonders, ‘How did I get here?’

by ROSS CLARK

There's an Uprising in my Home Country—and I'm 2,000 Miles Away.

When the political climate in Venezuela started getting dangerous, living here became as much of a burden as it was a privilege.

by EMILIANA SANTANDREU

Street in the 1980s: Delving into Philadelphia

Ellen Flax (C'86) considers her “second chance” on Street.

by ELLEN FLAX

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