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A 'Nation's Revolution' Comes to Philadelphia

The Iranian women’s justice movement is shifting the worldwide social landscape, and we're seeing it right here in our city.

by ANJALI KISHORE

Ego of the Week: María José (Majo) Rodríguez Velázquez

Meet the senior who utilizes her trilingual talents to form meaningful friendships across all ends of campus.

by SOPHIE BARKAN

Dance For A Cure

Meet the students relaunching the revolution towards battling pediatric cancer

by RIANE LUMER

Competitive Dance Shaped Her Future

Meet Rebecca Nadler, a dance star in her old life and an advocate in her new one.

by RIANE LUMER

A Window to Another World

Exploring culture and cinema with Professor Mahyar Entezari at the Penn Middle East Film Festival.

by NORAH RAMI

Ego of the Week: Luis Leme

Whether he’s in the recording room or his research lab, this senior finds the time to balance his passions for music and medicine. 

by NORAH RAMI

‘The Future of Presidential Elections Is on the Line Right Now in Pennsylvania’

Inside the Student Push for Gubernatorial Candidate Josh Shapiro

by ANJALI KISHORE

Singer, Songwriter, and Penn Student: @injimusic

Meet the TikTok star (and student) who’s gone viral with her songs “GASLIGHT” and “MADELINE.”

by SOPHIE BARKAN

Ego of the Week: Joel Olujide

Three years after his last conversation with 34th Street, this student chef still hasn't slowed down.

by ANJALI KISHORE

What’s Cooking on Campus: Meet Penn’s Amateur Chefs

For the best home–cooked (or dorm–cooked) meals this side of the Schuylkill, look no further than the High Rises. 

by HANNAH LONSER

Ego of the Week: Cynthia Gu

Meet the senior pursuing all of her academic passions while finding the time to crochet a temperature blanket. 

by EMMA MARKS

To Alaska and Beyond

James Chang is reinventing the idea of a post–undergraduate gap year.

by ANJALI KISHORE

Ego of the Week: Justin Acheampong

Meet the senior making Penn a better place and looking good while doing it.

by ARIELLE STANGER

The World According to John Shahidi

The combination magazine, coffee, and tobacco shop Avril 50 has stood the test of time—by staying frozen in it.

by EMILY WHITE

Yune Kim Finds the Purpose of Career Within Art

Her playfulness and wonder seeps through every aspect of her art—whether it be textbook illustrations or bunny bucket hats.

by EMILY MAIORANO

From Penn to Camp Counseling to Climate Consulting, Rachel Zaff is Always on to the Next Adventure

No matter the country, this recent graduate is ready to take the leap.

by RACHEL SWYM

Penn 10: Class of 2022

This year's class is keeping it local. Meet ten Penn seniors who are living and working in Philly after crossing the stage.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Penn 10: Ari Bortman

This engineer and climate activist has mastered the art of growing your knowledge without growing up.

by EMILY WHITE

Penn 10: Sam Pancoe

Sam’s proudest achievement—helping communities feel like themselves; their biggest shame—knowing too much about funding at Penn, like, way too much.

by WALDEN GREEN

Penn 10: Serena Gandhi

Things Serena loves: her grandma, Pottruck, farmers’ markets, and choosing herself above all else. 

by KIRA WANG

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