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Campus Life

We're Not Dating Anymore, But I Still Love Him. Just Differently.

"Sam is the best friend I always wanted and finally have, and I love him." 

by ANA WEST

Feeling Small in the Universe

"Since I’m melodramatic, my own tininess in relation to the movements of the cosmos sometimes makes me feel better."

by ANONYMOUS

A Bumble Date That Actually Went Right

"I felt like this may actually be what adult dating was."

by SYDNEY GELMAN

Thinking About the Future When You're About to Leave

“What if I turn on the light and you’re not there anymore?”

by MARGARET ZHANG

I No Longer Feel Like I Am a Burden

"He kept me afloat and, more importantly, he kept me alive in a time where I saw not even the smallest value in myself."

by ANONYMOUS

My Dad was Deployed in Baghdad. For a While I Didn't Know What that Meant.

"The official flower of the military child is the dandelion—for a reason. It can grow anywhere, adapt to any situation, and most importantly, is almost impossible to destroy."

by KELLY MACGARRIGLE

I (Haven't) Met my Husband at Penn

"I’m still peddling that age-old excuse… no, no I’m just too busy for a relationship."

by KATIE LEVESQUE

Black Coffee

"Maybe my body loves me a little less, but I’m learning to love me a little more."

by ELIZABETH BEUGG

Letter from the Editor 2.13.19

Love can be overwhelming. But Street is helping me be okay with that. 

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Meet the Women Behind OWN IT Penn

This upcoming conference aims to create conversation about female empowerment and leadership.

by EMMA MOORE

Penn Band President Jacob Linfesty Bleeds Red and Blue—And He Plays It Too

This Penn junior discusses how having a creative outlet has transformed his college experience

by CHELSEY ZHU

Letter from the Editor 2.6.19

On loving friends I've made through Street

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Ego of the Week: Natasha Allen

Penn senior Natasha Allen on facing her freshman fears to become President of Phi Alpha Delta, starting Penn Indoors Club as a joke, and bringing Trevor Noah and Hasan Minhaj to campus.

by EMMA MOORE

PennApps Director Adele Li Has Been Hardwired For Tech Since Day One

Silicon Valley native and M&T junior explains her interests in business and technology.

by AMANPREET SINGH

My Crohn’s Disease Won't Define My College Experience

Exploring the day–to–day struggles of having a chronic illness in college

by KAITLYN BOYLE

Letter from the Editor 1.30.19

Fears are better processed in the Street office.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Ego of the Week: Keneally Phelan

Keneally’s double life as a Penn Senior and a Battalion Commander

by SOPHIE XI

All I Did at Penn Was Get By. I'm Okay With That.

 A soon–to–graduate urban studies major on defining her own success. 

by SABRINA APONTE

A Very Wintery Break: Inside the Wharton Trip to Antarctica

Kate Wattanavekin (W’20) reminisces on the grueling but laughter–filled exploration of Antarctica over winter break.

by BEBE HODGES

Personal Identity, World Travels, and the Cosmos: A Conversation with Omar Khoury

Senior Omar Khoury explains his fascination with space and his plans to learn about all things greater than himself.

by AMANPREET SINGH

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