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Ego of the Week

Jimmy Fanelly: 'I whistle when I walk.' Senior Mask and Wigger Jimmy Fanelly has the voice of an angel, the posture of a small bird and the physique of a Greek god.

by 34TH STREET

Yiffy!

Nerve.com: part of the "smart-sex" movement; an online magazine that publishes "cuntsure (and cocksure) prose and fiction as well striking photographs of naked people that capture more than their flesh." Bear community: homosexual subculture encompassing men with stocky builds, facial hair and hyper-masculine demeanors. Philly cubs: a Penn-affiliated social organization for 18-25 year old "bears, cubs, chubs, Ursulas, transbears, admirers & friends." Not for the Berensteins.

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Sex in the philly

Spring is in the air. At Ego, that can only mean two things: the triumphant last installment of Penn's Next Top Model, and sex.

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Ego of the week

Quake is Penn's first and only literary erotica magazine, and Jessica is its esteemed co-editor-in-chief.

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Penn's Next top Model (Week Two)

The judges have spoken, and only five girls remain to snag the cover of Street. This week's challenge: to blend in with your surroundings by dressing as a natural element (earth, wind, fire, water) and to brave the glare of Bio Pond loiterers.

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Penn's next top model

EGO proudly presents the first installment of our very own modeling competition. These nine fierce ladies braved 25‹¨« weather to strut on our "Boho Industrial" runway for celeb photographer Phil Leff (see below). Stay tuned for more shoots, beauty, hot looks and tears.

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Introducing... Penn's next top model

Are you FIERCE? Starting next week, tune in for installments of Street's own modeling competition, "Penn's Next Top Model." Follow a group of Penn's very own and help decide who will still be in the running to be Penn's next top model.

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Ego of the week

Fine Arts senior "Steph G-T" specializes in painting and dabbles in all areas of cultural refinement (she's also an English major). This artsy intellectual rocks Philly-fied boho style and homemade neckwarmers. Who is your style icon? Lee Radziwell, Lauren Hutton in American Gigolo, Andre 3000. What's been your greatest creation? My knitted neckwarmer. PMA, ICA or the Fisher Fine Arts library? The Fabric Workshop and Museum.

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Art next door

A woman is on display. Seated upon a platform, she bears all that is left uncovered by her black pumps, fishnets and a sign which reads, "What is art?

by JACLYN EINIS

Your Guide to... campus art

On a mission to understand Penn's public works through their histories, influences and rumors, Street writers explore the meaning of art (and life) "Split Button" The "Split Button," constructed by Claes Oldenburg in June of 1981 located in front of Van Pelt library, has become a favorite (and contentious) part of Penn's folklore.

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Ego of the week

College Senior Jeff Sandman has gone part-time to smoke his pipe, drink his scotch and write the great American novel. What's the last book you read? I'm reading Tom Wolfe's I Am Charlotte Simmons right now.

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Point / Counterpoin

Benjamin Kunkel's hip debut, Indecision Jim Newell vs. Claire Stapleton When gliterary scenester Benjamin Kunkel released his debut novel, Indecision, the New York Times proclaimed it would have been "the funniest and smartest coming-of-age novel in years." But only if he had stopped "in midsentence some 20 or 30 pages earlier." Street eds, Jim Newell (pro) and Claire Stapleton (con) argue the legitimacy of this literati golden boy. Point: Although he writes for a pretentious demographic, Kunkel's prose is humble and earnest.

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Your Guide to ... Hip

Hip classics: Rediscover the Beats with Kerouac or Burroughs. The old is never passe, so wow your Eggers foes with your derivative lit-crit vocabulary.

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Ego of the week: Steve McLaughlin

What is your blog about? Oh, it's your typical self-indulgent everything/nothing blog with lots of pictures.

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Problog

Sometimes it's a good thing when other people read your personal e-mails. For Street alum Daniel "D-Mac" McQuade, boredom, Vegas and girls propelled him to international cyber-stardom -- or at least 2,200 "unique visitor" hits per day. D-Mac is Philadelphia Weekly's first professional blogger.

by YVONNE DELBANCO

Ego of the week

Who's your favorite Capitalist? Santa Claus, fuck yeah. Who's your style icon? Mrs. Claus, fuck yeah. What was Marx like in bed? Santa Claus was merrier, fuuuuuuuuuck yeah!

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Red, red, red

Want to spice up the next Party meeting? Forget what you've heard; it's ALWAYS okay to want to stand out, even in a classless, egalitarian society.

by COMMIE MCFOXY

Ego of the week

What is your year/age/major? And where are you from? I'm a senior English major with a concentration in Creative Writing.

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Celeb Blogs Review

www.thesuperficial.com I thought I was too smart to be wasting time on tabloids but I laughed so hard I think I squeezed out some IQ points.

by EVANGEL FUNG

U.S. Weekly, December 1st

Some may be inclined to say Greek Shipping heir, Stavros/MK's old beux/Paris's sloppy seconds is the new it kid, especially after he pulled a Lindsay and rammed his car into some paparazzi. Thanks but no thanks.

by DONNA BUDICA

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