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Ego of the Week: Anea Moore

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

by MISTY LIAO

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

EOTW Savi Joshi: From the Buddhist Monastery to Culinary School

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

by AMANPREET SINGH

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

Elle Winter: Disney’s Next Big Thing?

Meet Penn’s very own Hannah Montana. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

Ego of the Week: Kaylee Slusser

The Panhel president loves a good mock trial almost as much as she loves Anna Kendrick.

by AMANPREET SINGH

En Pointe with Pennsylvania Ballet's Jacqueline Callahan

What it's like to juggle classes with a career in professional ballet dancing.

by AMANPREET SINGH

Spending a Day in Regan Mizrahi's Boots

Meet the Penn freshman who used to play Boots on 'Dora the Explorer.'

by MISTY LIAO

Ego of the Week: Nick Hunsicker

Meet the HBIC of Penn's performing arts community. 

by CAROLINE RIISE

John Shahidi and His Avril 50 'Oasis'

The owner explains how he and his unconventional coffee shop came to be on campus.

by SOPHIE XI

Club Spotlight: Penn Latter–Day Saints Student Association

Club member Duval Courteau shares her experience with the campus Mormon group.

by VALENTINA ESCUDERO

May Xiao's Illustrations Balance Art and Tech

The young designer, who draws inspiration from urban landscapes, bridges the gap between art and graphic design.

by MARGARET ZHANG

Penn 10: Christopher D'Urso

This Rhodes Scholar is headed to England next year, and then Yale Law. His Rhode to DC was inspired by the movie 'National Treasure,' because who doesn't love Nicholas Cage?

by ISABELLA FERTEL

Penn 10: Jana Korn

She's organized protests and has even driven in Hillary Clinton's motorcade. She's also prepping to bike up the entire Eastern seaboard.

by LILY SNIDER

Penn 10: Nick Silverio

This soon–to–be Wharton grad spends his free time jetting up to New York for auditions. He's also been on 'Saturday Night Live,' 'America's Got Talent,' and 'Elf.' Casually.

by JULIA BELL

Penn 10: Karis Stephen

Facebook offered her a job in Chicago. She chose Malaysia (and a Fulbright Scholarship) instead. She's also been streamed over two million times on Spotify.

by JAMIE GOBRESKI

Penn 10: Christopher Yao

HuffPo called him one of the 'Most Powerful and Influential Young People in the World." And he's only getting started on his mission to help kids with cleft–palate, $250 at a time. 

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Penn 10: Jacqueline Valeri

She's been at Penn for four years and already has one graduate degree. But this bioengineer and Penn Band clarinet aficionado is doubling down and heading to MIT after graduation, because not even her struggle with Lyme disease could stop her.

by CAROLINE RIISE

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