Freshman Rylan Collins has a lot to balance: ROTC, a pending record deal and Penn Engineering. He still has time, however, to go for the ladies and work on his "mojo."
Street: We hear you turned down a record deal to come to Penn.
We operate in a world of jargon, a world of insider slang, a world of in-the-know lexicon. It's easy to get lost in the act of ranting in idiom, but do you ever feel like you don't know exactly what you're saying?
I came to the University of Pennsylvania with the goal of becoming an economics major. I had never taken an econ class before, but it seemed like the most concrete option for a College student such as myself who fears the possibility of living a poverty-stricken life.
Fashion designer Jordan Cohen reveals his true colors. The College junior expounds on 34th Street (yes, the actual street), Skittles and public nudity.
Street: How would you describe your personal style?
Jordan Cohen: It's really a lack thereof.
Didn't have time to pick up something special for your special someone? Never fear. We've got the best last-minute Valentine's gifts this side of 34th Street.
M&M has the hook-up for those Valentine's Day non-conformists.
Let's face it, the real entertainment occurs in between plays. Check out the best commercials of this year's Super Bowl.
A throwback to Will Ferrell's signature move in A Night at the Roxbury, this Diet Pepsi Max commercial was a refreshing (pun intended) break from the not-so-subtle humor attempts of other ads.
With her eclectic taste in television and a strong sense of patriotism, Penn Leads the Vote's Stephanie Simon puts the super in Super Tuesday.
Street: Tell us a little about Penn Leads the Vote.
Stephanie Simon: PLTV is a non-partisan organization promoting student voter registration and mobilization.
Although often nerdy by nature, Ivy Leaguers do have a little of that Animal House spirit in them.
While some attend Ivy League schools to obtain a cubicle at Goldman Sachs or to find a nice husband who will support their expensive shoe habits, college wouldn't be college without its antics.
Sophomore Donnie Johnson spills the dirt on her a capella group Inspiration, white boys and having her wisdom teeth out.
Street: What's it like being in Inspiration?
Donnie Johnson: It is like being in a family with some of the most talented kids at Penn.