Campus Life

Peter Stern Shares His Holocaust Survival Story

Members of Penn's community gathered at Hillel last Wednesday to listen to Stern's story.

by CAROLINE CURRAN

Street's Approval Matrix of Penn

See what made the cut.

by DANIEL BULPITT and ELIANA DOFT

Meet Penn Records and Johnny Vitale

Penn Records represents student bands for charity.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Meet the Greys: New College House's Live–In Family

They deserve a sitcom. 

by CAROLINE RIISE

Ego Of The Week: Madeline Leonard

Taking a break with the head of Alternative Spring Breaks. 

by CAROLINE RIISE

In Defense of Philadelphia Sports Fans

Sports fandom is in Philadelphia's DNA.

by JAMES KONOPKA

The Colored Girls Museum: Philly's Hidden Gem

 How Penn parent Vashti Dubois transformed her home into a museum. 

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

Penn Students vs. Woody Harrelson: A Q&A Session

Harrelson visited Penn this past weekend to discuss acting, weed, and his directorial debut.

by CAT DRAGOI

Penn Club Spotlight: Wharton Latino

One of Penn's biggest clubs is redefining Penn club culture.

by CAROLINE RIISE

Freshman Hack: Pimp Your Easy Mac

Too Gouda be true.

by LIZ KIM

Getting To Know Marvin Morgan

A glimpse into the life of Penn's freshman track star.

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

Overheards 1.24.2018

GEOL 125 Student: "There's only one rock I care about, and it's Kid Rock."

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Ego Of The Week: Lucas Bolno

Everything sticky and sweet there is to know about the father of 30–90,000 bees.

by CAROLINE CURRAN

Learning from loss: How I dealt with four deaths in one semester

 Josh’s death was a swift stab; my Nana’s passing was a slow cut; Nick’s death was a blunt impact; Will’s passing was an explosive force. Each loss brought on its own reflections, its own visceral reactions. 

by RYAN LEONE

Meet Deb: the Magic Behind Magic Carpet

Getting to know the face behind your veggie burgers and vegan cookies.

by CAROLINE CURRAN

Hai Street Kitchen at 40th and Sansom to Close Permanently

Sushi burritos, no more.

by SOPHIE XI

All the spots to eat at for Philadelphia Restaurant Week

These restaurants will all host three-course lunches for $20 per person and three-course dinners for $35 per person from Jan. 14 to Jan. 26. You don't want to miss out!

by JULIA SCHORR

Your Penncard Unlocks More Than Doors: Student Discount Roundup

Entertainment, fitness, food deals and more!

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

Working At Insomnia: How The Cookie Crumbles

Employees Daria Smith and Taj Jones dish on working at your fave campus desert destination.

by SAMI CANAAN

Restaurant Week Superlatives

The best deals and eats from Restaurant Week 2018

by MOLLY HESSEL

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