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Forman to Lead Street Into a More Inclusive Future as Editor–in–Chief

The new Strexec will focus on coverage that amplifies voices of Penn’s marginalized communities.

by TAMSYN BRANN

In Fall 2020, Maya Pratt Took a Gap Semester—This is How it Went

Maya describes how her great-grandmother, Kierkegaard, and poetry inspired her journey through the desert.

by MADDIE MULDOON

Introducing NEST: Penn's Only Club Taking Action Through Nutrition

Sofia Cataliotti and Julia Halas describe how they founded a nutrition club to positively impact the Philadelphia community during the pandemic.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Ego of the Week: Leah Baxter

Meet the triple major, Arabic speaker, and Kelly Writers House devotee on a quest for a life of adventure.

by EVA INGBER

Kiley Marron Reflects On Her Love for Elections

After graduation, this Penn senior hopes to pursue a career in voter protection law. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Amira Chow: Activist of the Year

Learn how the Penn AAPI founder balances relaxation with radical change.

by MADDIE MULDOON

Travel More, Climb Mt. Everest, or Teach Sociology

To Professor Chenoa Flippen, there is an obvious choice. 

by MADDIE MULDOON

The Year Our Hometowns Became Our Campus

Reflections on feeling stuck in–between our lives at Penn and the places we grew up

by MEG GLADIEUX

Dina Ley Through the Lens

The artist reflects upon the role that photography has played in shaping her identity.

by MADDIE MULDOON

Calling All Women Who Love Baking and Building Robots

Lauren Hummel (SEAS '20) reflects on what it's like to be a woman in the male–dominated field of mechanical engineering.

by ANGELA SHEN

My Day Behind the Scenes at Allegro

TLDR: They let me make a pizza.

by MADDIE MULDOON

“A Different Kind of Class”: Black Speculative Futures

Professor Christina Knight, her sister Jessi Knight, and their students imagine the future. 

by PEARL LIU

Professor Anne Berg Protects Your Right to Protest

At Penn, Professor Berg is a historian of the past. But at protests, she's a historian of the present. 

by EMILY TRUONG

Ego of the Week: Selina Nie

Meet the Computer Science and Design Major who does it all. 

by MADDIE MULDOON

‘That’s Our Ivy League’: Rethinking Education and Equity in Philadelphia

SP2 and PennDesign Professor Amy Hillier Talks about Race, Sexuality, and Education

by ANGELA SHEN

Meet Professor Rebecca Waller, Director of the EDEN Lab

She joined research because she needed to.

by JULIA DAVIES

Emily Grossarth is Making Waves

Meet the founder of Penn's new surf club.

by ANGELA SHEN

Meet the Penn Alumnus in Washington

Ted Koutsoubas shares some key takeaways from his life in the political game.

by ANGELA SHEN

From the Campaign Trail: These Two Penn Students Reflect On Working For Team Biden

Meet a former Penn student and current Penn junior who worked full–time on Biden's campaign. 

by MADDIE MULDOON

The Siege of Troye

“Our duty is to protect Americans and tell the truth. It’s just that, at some point, you have a responsibility to come forward and say, ‘This is wrong.’”

by TAMSYN BRANN

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