Campus Life

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

Helping Troy Harris Heal His Son, His Family, and His Community

Beloved Hillel cook is finding hope for the future after his son was shot.

by CAROLINE RIISE

Patricia Jia Talks Competing on Jeopardy!

This Penn senior competed in the 'Jeopardy! College Championship'—catch it this Friday night!

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

Ego Of The Week: Kayvon Asemani

In between giving a TED Talk in Norway and practicing for his Fling set, Kayvon made time for this interview.

by MARYANNE KOUSSA

From Nightlong Military Marches to All–Nighters in VP

What it's like to be a twenty–year–old freshman who served in the army before coming to Penn.

by GABE LOW

The African Community Learning Program: Changing West Philly One Student At A Time

How a Senegalese–American, non–traditional Penn student is making strides in teaching and learning.

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

JMHH Awards: Students Breaking Wharton Stereotypes

Wharton Wellness' March campaign, the Just Making Happiness Happen Awards, focuses on gratitude.

by CAROLINE RIISE

Meet the Penn Men's Basketball Captains

Get to know the co–captains who led Penn to March Madness.

by CHARLOTTE BAUSCH

When Partying Becomes Self-Medicating

When going out becomes a form of self–medication.

by ELLIE WYNN

Rosa's Fresh Pizza Brings Social Impact and Cheesy Slices to West Philly

The shop encourages customers to pay it forward.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Letter from the Editor 4.4.18

What the dead squirrel in my wall taught me about relaxation

by NICK JOYNER

Ego of the Week: Ben Gargano

The founder of the Locus Initiative is a self–proclaimed smiler.

by MARYANNE KOUSSA

Kenneth Goldsmith: One of Penn's Quirkiest, Most Loved Professors

He teaches a class on wasting time, yet hanging out with this professor is anything but that.

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

One Summer at Band Camp: Married Couples Who Met in Penn Band

Penn Band members have been catching feelings for each other for generations.

by CAROLINE RIISE

What It's Like to Go to Penn with Your Sibling

From inebriation to transportation.

by JACOB WINICK

Mind the Gap (Year): The Coolest Gap Years and Why Students Took Them

The experiences of 6 gap year students traveling, working, studying, horse–riding, and dancing around the world.

by TAMARA GELBAND

Penn Alum Yael Krigman Quit Her Six–Figure Job To Make Cake Pops

Being a high–powered lawyer wasn't as fulfilling as owning her own bakery.

by SOPHIE XI

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