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Campus Life

An American in Cannes

Penn in Cannes in snapshots and short stories

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Redefining an Altered Home

How do you know which goodbye is your last?

by FIONA HERZOG

What Happens After A Global K-Pop Star Notices You?

From Seoul to Philadelphia, Louis Chung is making waves in the K–Pop stan world

by FIONA HERZOG

Penn 10: The Pivot Class

Meet the Penn 10 Class of 2024 who are embracing change and charting new waters. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Penn 10: Jo Armstrong

Architecture, music, sewing, and sports, Jo Armstrong does it all.

by CLAIRE KIM

Penn 10: Rodrigo Veiga da Cunha

All roads led back to Penn for Rodrigo Veiga da Cunha.

by NATALIA CASTILLO

Penn 10: David Feng

Hiking, flyfishing, skiing—David Feng is quite literally climbing his way to the top of the world.

by NORAH RAMI

Penn 10: Jonathan Song

Jonathan Song, queen of swords, guides with perspective and an open mind.

by ANNA O'NEILL–DIETEL

Penn 10: Caroline Milgram

Caroline Milgram resume encompasses everything from Beli connoisseur to single term UA representative.

by JULES LINGENFELTER

Penn 10: Kayli Mann

This senior shows us that sometimes the grass is greener on the other side of the compass.

by SOPHIA ROSSER

Penn 10: Vicki de la Rosa

This Penn senior is unafraid to try anything once.

by WEIKE LI

Penn 10: Luke Gooding

Through a pandemic, a gap year, and four years through the Penn ringer, Luke pivoted majors while popping and locking on the Onda Latina stage.

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Penn 10: Anna Dworetzky

For Anna, life is much more interesting underwater.

by KATE RATNER

Penn 10: Maura Pinder

Maura Pinder prefers the long and winding road. 

by CATHERINE SORRENTINO

Dear Kings Court Room 146

Capturing dorm room memories in photos. 

by JEAN PARK

LinkedIn Keywords: Getting Paranoid and Caught up in the Details

You spent three hours in the LinkedIn Rabbit Hole, and you are now successful.

by CHARLES SHEN

Letter From The Editor, April 2024

Philosophizing on half–baked haikus, creation myths, and the art commodification crusade.

by NATALIA CASTILLO

Eternal Before Sunrise

“I can’t believe we never met at Penn”

by WALDEN GREEN

Music is On Sydney McKeever’s Mind

Classical music training might have prevented major brain damage for this Penn freshman. 

by GEMMA LEVY

Who Am I, If Not a Violinist?

I know I am not the art that I create, but I also wouldn’t be who I am if it weren’t for my art.

by MEILING MATHUR

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