Street: Are you excited about turning 21?
Michelle: Yes and no. I mean, its not like I haven't had alcohol before.
Street: No?! Stop it.
Michelle: Well, I got my first taste at age 3.
Street: Where were your parents?
Michelle: That summer my parents were painting a house.
You're at a party of ballers, but you can't stand anyone. You're gritting your teeth so hard you're convinced that you just swallowed a chunk of enamel.
Excuse yourself to the bathroom and never return, mingle for 30 minutes before making a good excuse to exit, or suck it up and stay the course - because you never know what offers will come when drunken conversations ensue.
The obvious answer:
Remain at the party for just enough time to have a few cocktails and get a few business cards.
Lovin' and Learnin' with Philomathean Society supreme ruler Gerard Leone who is convinced Philomathean means "love of learning."
Street: So how'd you get involved with Philo?
Gerard Leone: I tried out my fall semester freshman year, but I didn't get in.
Oh So Hip
Kanye's workout plan
Jane Fonda's workout
Some people go to Pottruck to shed a few pounds, while others aim to bulk up. And then there's everyone else: the folks who claim to visit 37th and Walnut for a workout, but are really only working out their hormones.
Street: How long have you been participating in the bodybuilding competition?
Jess Carlin: My freshman year I was with the Fly Girls, which is what the track team calls itself for the opening dance performance.
You're getting down and dirty at Smokes, sporting beer goggles thicker than Minkus' spectacles, and you decide it's acceptable to make out with Perpetually Sweaty Boy/Girl from your Econ recitation.
Street goes urban with CEO of Ova Da Wall Apparel and founder of Koherent Records, Wharton senior Sean Koh.
Street: Can you tell us about your fashion label?
Sean Koh: It's a fashion company that specializes in high-end urban couture.
Let's face it -- you're not distinguished. It's mid-October, you've already resorted to Bursar funds, Paul Ryan still doesn't know your name, your room is furnished by IKEA, 1920 Commons and, perhaps the most embarrassing, posters from the people outside the Bookstore.
Oh so Hip
The R1 airport shuttle
Bloody Marys on
kind of hip
mile high club
liquids & gels
Legless Reptiles on an Aviation
checking luggage in
sooooooo not hip
paying $26.50 to take a taxi to
Street: When did you first become interested in flight?
Ali Dhanaliwala: I wanted to be a pilot since I was six, but my parents convinced me that it would be an awful job because I would always be away from my family and that I should be a doctor instead.
If you're afraid of flying, well this section isn't for you. And if you think flight is no longer what it once was in the days when folks would take their families for a day at the airport - well, you're so out of touch.