Campus Life

Shorter Days and Longer Nights: Strategies for Facing Seasonal Depression at Penn

Dealing with the side effects of daylight saving.

by EMILY GELB

Hanging Out with Nursing Junior Malia Szyman and Her Service Dog In–Training, Maui

What it's like to train a soon–to–be–service dog while also being a full–time Penn student.

by ANJALEE BHUYAN

Letter From the Editor 10.31.18

How my childhood fascination with horror movies made me into the cinema studies major I am today. 

by NICK JOYNER

Charlotte Le: Youtube–Viral, Insta–Famous Slime Magnate Earning Six Figures

Meet the Wharton freshman behind Vietnamese slime empire, Yunikon Slime.

by CHRISTY QIU

Ego of the Week: Ryan Leone

Between pop punk concerts, Kite & Key, and clinicals—this senior’s seen it all.

by MISTY LIAO

Surviving an Abusive Relationship

After being manipulated and assaulted, it took me years to heal. But I know now that I deserve better.

by ANONYMOUS

How Natives at Penn President Erica Dienes Navigates Two Worlds

She discusses what it is like living on a reservation and the challenges natives face at Penn. 

by KATIE BONTJE

What’s Buzzing With Penn’s Beekeeping Club

Last winter, the club lost its entire hive to a mite epidemic. This semester, they're trying to rebuild.

by KATIE BONTJE

Letter from the Editor 10.24.18

My final PennInTouch course cart has me reflecting on my Penn education.

by NICK JOYNER

Searching for a Queer Social Scene at Penn

My experience with fostering queer community, before and after PiLam.

by JOHN WILLIS

Ego of the Week: Anea Moore

Meet the Philly native who is Penn’s biggest education advocate.

by MISTY LIAO

Why I Left Wharton to Study English

It wasn’t a popular or practical choice. But it was the best choice for me. 

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Meet Penn's Own Rolling Stone: Anthony DeCurtis

Learn about the Penn professor who worked for Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and has even won a Grammy.

by MISTY LIAO

Letter from the Editor 10.17.18

Why I've stopped looking forwards to things—and why you should too.

by NICK JOYNER

EOTW Savi Joshi: From the Buddhist Monastery to Culinary School

Did we mention she is writing a Hot Cheetos themed cookbook?

by AMANPREET SINGH

Ditch Fast Fashion and Buy Sustainable Clothing

A simple way to help the environment is to change how and where you buy clothing.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

Religious Studies Chair Jamal Elias on Flamenco, 'Pub Bikes,' and Islamic Studies

What do flamenco, cycling, and Islamic studies all have in common?

by CALAIS CRONIN

Inside 30 Years of Bui's Lunch Truck

Meet Mrs. Bui, the owner behind the legendary food truck on Walnut. 

by KATIE BONTJE

Meet Bjarni Rasmussen: The First Penn Student from the Faroe Islands

Think being the first student from your high school to attend Penn is a big feat? Try being the first from your country. 

by BEBE HODGES

Letter from the Editor 10.11.18

50 years after its inception, Street is still alive and kickin'. I couldn't be more honored to be leading it today.

by NICK JOYNER

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