Campus Life

May Xiao's Illustrations Balance Art and Tech

The young designer, who draws inspiration from urban landscapes, bridges the gap between art and graphic design.

by MARGARET ZHANG

How Losing Both My Parents Made Me Believe in Love

Making sense of my parents' passing.

by ANEA MOORE

Letter from the Penn 10 Editor

How reading this issue could be just the beginning of getting to know your peers.

by SABRINA QIAO

Penn 10: Christopher D'Urso

This Rhodes Scholar is headed to England next year, and then Yale Law. His Rhode to DC was inspired by the movie 'National Treasure,' because who doesn't love Nicholas Cage?

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Penn 10: Jana Korn

She's organized protests and has even driven in Hillary Clinton's motorcade. She's also prepping to bike up the entire Eastern seaboard.

by LILY SNIDER

Penn 10: Nick Silverio

This soon–to–be Wharton grad spends his free time jetting up to New York for auditions. He's also been on 'Saturday Night Live,' 'America's Got Talent,' and 'Elf.' Casually.

by JULIA BELL

Penn 10: Karis Stephen

Facebook offered her a job in Chicago. She chose Malaysia (and a Fulbright Scholarship) instead. She's also been streamed over two million times on Spotify.

by JAMIE GOBRESKI

Penn 10: Christopher Yao

HuffPo called him one of the 'Most Powerful and Influential Young People in the World." And he's only getting started on his mission to help kids with cleft–palate, $250 at a time. 

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Penn 10: Jacqueline Valeri

She's been at Penn for four years and already has one graduate degree. But this bioengineer and Penn Band clarinet aficionado is doubling down and heading to MIT after graduation, because not even her struggle with Lyme disease could stop her.

by CAROLINE RIISE

Penn 10: Arjun Malik

He's one of the co-founders of the Philadelphia Bail Fund, which has raised over $70,000 to date. His advice to freshman? Forego Uber for Septa.

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

Penn 10: Darnell Foreman

What's life like after March Madness? Penn's #4 and star point guard talks about getting into parties, enjoying his senior year, and winning. Watch out—we hear he's going pro. 

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Penn 10: Nayab Khan

Her motto is: "If you don't like it, fix it." She brings that same dedication to her blog, multicultural work, Instagram, and tea. 

by COLIN LODEWICK

Penn 10: Krisna Maddy

She calls herself your 'biggest hypeman.' Her friends call her K-Sizzle. Between all her pre–med work and her volunteering efforts, she even has time to slip into the recording studio.

by SABRINA QIAO

Alumni Spotlight: Jonah Platt, Performer Extraordinaire

The secret to this Broadway actor's success? Hemo's. 

by CAROLINE CURRAN

The Signal Is Combatting Pre–Professionalism One Card Game at a Time

This Penn club is encouraging students to explore careers and passions outside coding and consulting.

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

What It's Like to Work a Job with Crazy Hours at Penn

Here's what these Penn students are doing while most of us are still in bed.

by JACOB WINICK

Penn's Own Amelia Earhart: Geeta Minocha

Between working on the Penn Political Review and combatting human trafficking, this Wharton junior just loves to fly.

by CAROLINE RIISE

Ego Of The Week: Orly Greenberg

Street's last boss woman comes back to chat about what she's learned, how she's changed, and, of course, Bohemian Rhapsody.

by EMILY SCHWARTZ

Keeping my Ukrainian Heritage Alive at Penn

Being Ukrainian means more to me than pierogis and borscht.

by MARIA KOWALCHUK

The Bodybuilder Diet: Penn Edition

We talked to three Penn bodybuilders about their health tricks and what they eat.

by EMMA MOORE

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