Campus Life

Keri Zhang and Her Color–Changing Hair

She dyed her hair into every color of the rainbow.

by SOPHIE XI

From Growing Up Isolated in Hasidic Brooklyn to Fighting for Secular Education Rights

Jay Fishman didn't speak English or know what fractions were before he was 15. Now, he studies computer science and fights for his community’s right to education.

by AMANPREET SINGH

Letter from the Editor 12.5.18

A (slightly maudlin) reflection on new beginnings, a mess of a freshman year, and loving Street.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

How to Secure a Study Location for Finals

There is nothing more coveted than a desk during finals. Here are Street’s tips for how to secure a spot in Penn’s most popular study sanctuaries.   

by SAMI CANAAN

34th Street’s Winter Reading Guide

Looking for books to read over winter break? Here are some customized reading lists for all your needs this holiday season! 

by ABBY GOLDSTEIN

A Balancing Act: Being Black, Gay, and Female

From homophobia within the black community to white feminism and more, intersectionality was more than a textbook term for me. 

by MARIA CURRY

Ego of the Week: Callie Holtermann

She can cook, she can sing, AND she can talk politics?! Meet the senior who’s got it all.

by MISTY LIAO

Maggie Tang: The Freshman Who Worked at a Three Michelin Star Restaurant

From fine dining to the freshman meal plan.

by SOPHIE XI

David Gordon Builds A Better Penn Through Biology and Architecture

When he’s not saving you from your wild Thursday night, MERT chief David Gordon can be found in the Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall working on his architecture project.

by AMANPREET SINGH

Fusing of Medicine and Performing Arts with Shiv Nadkarni

Penn senior Shiv Nadkarni reveals how his love for both medicine and the performing arts can intersect.

by KATIE BONTJE

Your Guide to Philly Hanukkah Festivities

Check out these special festivities while you celebrate Hanukkah.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Penn Labs Is Solving All Your Problems, One App at a Time

From Penn Course Review to Penn Mobile, hear about what goes on behind your favorite products made for students, by students.

by MISTY LIAO

Justin Bean's Double Life as Both a Marine and a Penn Student

Justin shares experiences and life lessons from training at the Marine Officer Candidate School. 

by KATIE BONTJE

Growing Up, I Distanced Myself From My Judaism. The Pittsburgh Shooting Changed That.

I realized that the hatred others had for Jews scarily resembled my own subtle self–hatred.

by ARI GOLDFINE

From Rowing to Running: Sabrina Stanich's Marathon In Memory of Henry Rogers

How the death of a beloved teammate inspired Penn alum Sabrina Stanich to run in the New York City marathon.

by MICHELLE SHEN

Ego of the Week: Chrissy Walker

This Austin native is fashion–forward, business savvy, and bringing color back to your fall wardrobe. 

by AMANPREET SINGH

Gizem Saka: Exhibited Artist, Gymnast, and Economics Professor

Meet the economics extraordinaire with her own Wikipedia page–Dr. Gizem Saka may just be the most well–rounded Wharton professor you’ll ever meet.

by AMANPREET SINGH

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals to Keep You Balling on a Budget

Check out these exclusive deals, just in time for the holidays.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Your Friendsgiving in Philly, Planned

What to do when you're spending the holiday with friends in Philly. 

by ANJALEE BHUYAN

Spotlight on Penn's New Gender Balancing Consulting Club

Becca Bean and Sarina Divan talk about their new club and bringing social impact into the conversation.

by SHUNMEL SYAU

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