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Ego

Beyond the Stacks

School takes over and sometimes all you want to do is run from Van Pelt screaming about how you never want to read Kant or Shakespeare again.

by ELIZABETH ELFMAN

Ego of the Week: Mikey Tedori

Street: Tell us about your fashion line. Mikey Tedori: It's called Boku Ikasu. Roughly translated in Japanese, Boku Ikasu means "my style" - my direction, my individuality, my passion.

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SPRING TRENDS FORECAST

American Apparel Wardrobes Tight, stretchy minidress in fluorescent green? Or bright blue? Sparkly leggings?

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Ego of the Week: Carson Daly

Street: Do you miss being on television every day like you were with TRL? Carson Daly: Actually, I am on television every day.

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What's In Your Stocking?

Dear Santa 1969, The rising and falling of the radical lights would really help me reach my inner chi.

by MARGO PEYTON

Hey There, Pretty Lady

Your Highness: For that royal yearning in all of us, consider emulating Queen Elizabeth herself. First, a ghost-white complexion is a necessity.

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Fashionably... Late



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Sweet Little Lies

Embellishing resumes is something for which we are all guilty. After all, who didn't spin that occasional trip to their grandparents' retirement home into a full-fledged community service project... all in the hopes of securing a revered space in Penn's freshman class?

by SAMANTHA MELNICK

Ego of the Week: Jason Karsh

Undergraduate Assembly chairman and College senior Jason Karsh loves Colorado, YouTube and *NSYNC. This Sphinx member lets us in on why those UA buses are so much fun and how John McCain made him lose his "lover." Street: What exactly is your role as chairman of the UA? JK: Essentially, I run a lot of meetings, sit on countless committees and represent undergraduates and UA projects to our administration as the "student voice." Street: Please explain this whole YouTube thing you started. JK: Well, I think I should start off by addressing what everyone's thinking right now - I didn't start YouTube.

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Ego of the Week

Junior Angenette Meaney XI is an Intellectual History major with an affinity for rabbit fur vests and Marilyn Monroe.

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Looks On Locust

We take to the streets to find out what Penn frosh are sporting this season. Max Dewez has replaced the requisite North Face fleece and New Balance sneakers for a knee-length camel overcoat and brown loafers.

by ADAM HARTHEIMER

What's In Your Inbox?

Friday 8:51 p.m.: Al! I'm so dumb I've been so out of touch. How are youuu? Xox Midterms steal souls.

by ALI LAPINSKY

Ego of the Week: BMOC Edition

Twelve senior studs will compete for the crown, and six juniors will entertain during the preshow. Who doesn't love practically naked Penn men battling it out to benefit Women Against Domestic Violence? What makes you a big man on campus? Ulrik: A fortunate consensus of others' opinions of me.

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Can't bursar me love

Supply and demand principles extend to all aspects of Penn life. Drug prices will increase exponentially during peak seasons: Adderall for Reading Days, hallucinogens for Fling.

by SAMANTHA MELNICK

Ego of the week

Undergraduate Association as well as the "corner of 40th and everything." Detroit in the house! Street: Enlighten us on some of your business ventures. Justin Anderson: I started my first internet company, Netatic Technologies, almost eight years ago.

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TXTual healing

Bringing his interactive projections everywhere from Romania to Munich to Brooklyn, Paul Notzold extends an open invitation to embrace street art as a creative exploration of the expressive possibilities of the space around us.

by VLADIMIR ZYKOV

Egos of the week

This year's Tabard and SDT presidents practically share a room. How can they fit so much ego in one space?

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Closet icons

Who is Manya Scheps? What's her bag? More importantly, what's in her bag as she pedals away from her favorite thrift store?

by CAT TURCICH-KEALEY

ego of the week

College sophomore Preston Hershorn is something of a student government impresario, lending a hand as Social Planning and Events Committee (SPEC) Music Director and as member of the Nominations and Elections Committee (NEC). The Kansas (yes, Kansas!) native can also add employee of tennis star Martina Navratilova and Real World expert to his already impressive resume. Street: If the NEC and SPEC were to engage in a duel.

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How did you spend your fall break?

SATURDAY ¯$206: Plane ride to Sarasota, FL Where grandparents live out their twilight years ¯$85: Fake ID Because being under 65 is apparently not kosher SUNDAY ¯$4.99: Neon yellow fanny pack Before American Apparel decided it was cool, seniors everywhere gave it the collective thumbs up ¯$24.99: Aloha-print shirt Short sleeves of course; I didn't want to be the only one without. ¯$29.95: A ukulele To strum along to the sunset MONDAY ¯$6.00: Admission to the Ringling Museum of the American Circus I have a newfound respect for the Bearded Lady ¯$14.99: Barry Manilow's greatest hits album Gossip fodder for the elevator TUESDAY ¯$17.99: The early bird special at Yoder's, the local Amish haunt What can I say, I missed dear old Pennsylvania ¯$3.99: "I

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