Self-proclaimed "hippie cowboy" and all-round quirky dude Andrew Avrin has things to say.
Street: What's the soundtrack to your life?
Andrew Avrin: This is the most unfair question I have ever been asked.
Street: If you could write your own superlative, what would it be?
GH: “Tired of being introduced as the guy with the fellacious name.”
Street: What was your first reaction when you found out what your superlative was?
GH: I got three mentions!
Street: In high school you were most likely to…?
GH: “Star in a pornographic film.”
Street: What do you plan to name your children?
GH: Anything but Gabe.
Street: Why not just go by Gabriel?
GH: Because then I would never be in 34th Street.
Street: When did you realize that your name might be the potential source of amusement for others / yourself?
GH: My seventh grade teacher gave me the hilarious nickname of “Give ‘em.”
Street: Who’s the coolest person you’ve ever met?
Former Street Ed-in-Chief (read: has-been) Jasmine "Jazzy" Fournier on her final days at Penn, PennQuest and her brother Nelly.
Street: What do you think of Street this semester, now that you're gone?
Jasmine Fournier: Normally you say people are gone when they are dead.
During Fling, your safety lies with SPEC prez and Fling Safe head Max Cancre. The Senior speaks on Luda, painkillers, and why you should Fling safely... or die.
Street: What is the objective of Fling Safe?
Max Cancre: You mean other than to get people to Fling safely?
You're running around the Quad, going from one fried food stand to the next, bumping into people you haven't seen since freshman year and trying half-heartedly to listen to the music coming from the Lower Quad stage.
Senior class president Puneet Singh isn't just a one-trick pony. This Ohio native is a member of both Dhamaka and Simply Chaos, and is proud to call himself a Sphinge.
Street: Best and worst perks of being senior class president?
Senior Raheem Palmer is Penn's number one DJ to date. DJ "R to da Izza" mixes on his music, Adobe Photoshop and DJ Ben Franklin.
Street: How did you get involved in DJing?
Raheem Palmer: I've always been fascinated by turntables, and I noticed that all of the producers I looked up to started out as DJs.