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Campus Life

Ego of the Week: Quarantine Edition

A look into how two students have adapted their schedules for a summer at home. 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Life, Interrupted

Coping with the present while longing for the past— when will things be “normal” again?

by EVA INGBER

"People are just going to be ready to learn": Professor Gillion on PSCI 231: Race & Ethnic Politics

As students look to learn more about race dynamics, this Penn professor discusses the ways students can academically explore their excitement for political change.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Penn Masti's Black Lives Matter Fundraiser Raised Thousands in A Few Hours

The university's South Asian fusion dance team turned to its own community to make a change

by SOFIA HELLER

Tiger Zhang on Fostering Community through the Performing Arts

Tiger reflects on his time with Pennchants—before and after the advent of the COVID–19 pandemic.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

OAX's Pledge to Battle Systemic Racism—and What That Entails

As Penn organizations step up, OAX members share the measures they have taken toward becoming a more welcoming organization. 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Racism is Ingrained in Asian American Communities. We Can Change That.

A letter to young Asian Americans on confronting racism 

by CHELSEY ZHU

Street's Class of 2020 Penn 10

Leadership, commitment, and scholarship: Street presents the Class of 2020 Penn 10

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Penn 10: Sneha Advani

The director of FemmeHacks says she is not, in fact, building a robot to take over the world.

by SAM KESLER

Penn 10: Jazzy Ortega

Jazzy has perfected the art of business plans, Spotify playlists, and iced oat milk dirty chai lattes. 

by ELIANA DOFT

Penn 10: Jacob Hershman

Jacob, a campaign coordinator for Fossil Free Penn, feels an existential dread—and thinks you should, too.

by TAMSYN BRANN

Penn 10: Lucy Corlett

Lucy discusses the fear and hilarity of shutting down a Board of Trustees meeting.

by SAM MITCHELL

Penn 10: AJ Brodeur

AJ Brodeur on finding his home at Penn through the Men's Basketball team.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Penn 10: Elizabeth Agege

Elizabeth defeated imposter syndrome on Locust Walk. Now she’s doing it in the pages of her first book, 'A Way Back Home.'

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Penn 10: Sam Friskey

Four years ago, Sam Friskey never predicted she’d become an award–winning playwright and staunch environmentalist.  Now, she's both.

by EVA INGBER

Penn 10: Hadassah Raskas

Hadassah’s sage advice for navigating Penn and quarantine: stay true to who you are, practice gratitude, and remember to take a breather. 

by CHELSEY ZHU

Penn 10: Catherine de Luna

For Catherine, it's not about what accomplishments she's achieved at Penn. It's about the people.

by KARIN HANANEL

Penn 10: Chad Vigil

A Penn Band saxophonist reflects on pre–med, halal wings, and community.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Ego of the Week: Annabelle Williams

A final word with Street's former leader

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

A Note On Quarantine Companionships

The trials and tribulations of navigating online friendships. 

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

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