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Dining Ex Machina: Automation in Penn Dining

What is lost from technological gains

by JENNIFER CULLEN

The Love Issue: 2020

Street's annual Love Issue is back with new narratives of family, relationships, and growth.

by 34ST STREET MAGAZINE

Now Hiring: Earning Money While Contributing to Research



by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

'You Are Not Alone'



by CHELSEY ZHU

Going Global

Penn students spend semesters in countries rocked by political conflicts.

by DENALI SAGNER

The Daily Grind: Behind the Scenes at Wilcaf

What makes Williams Café, Penn's student-run coffee shop, a community rather than just a business?

by DENALI SAGNER

The Climate Change Issue

This is our world too, and we should never forget that.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Does Anyone Really Know How to Recycle?

A look at University City recycling bins points to room for improvement.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Access Denied: A Closer Look at Test Banks

Test banks, and the policies that govern them, are a ubiquitous part of Penn, but they aren't  equally accessible to all students.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

'Revolution of Our Times': Penn Students from Hong Kong Reflect on the Protests

From being a part of protests to worrying about family at home, how the movement abroad affects Penn students

by CHELSEY ZHU

Behind The Terror: The Making of Eastern State Penitentiary's Terror Behind the Walls

Dubbed the country’s scariest haunted house, this Philadelphia mainstay is a lot less frightening behind the scenes. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

A Certain Peace

Latter-day Saints at Penn discuss their relationship with the Church.

by ALLISON WU

When Tutoring Programs Fail

What does Penn owe to Philly public schools?

by CHELSEY ZHU

The Complicated Past and Uncertain Future of Penn Ethnic Studies

Students and faculty reflect on the need for academic diversity.

by SRINIDHI RAMAKRISHNA

The Pursuit of Healthiness

What it means to perform and commodify wellness on campus.

by KATRINA JANCO

When Gun Violence Hits Home

For students from nearby cities, the effects of the El Paso and Dayton shootings outlast today’s news cycle.

by KATIE BONTJE

Caution vs. Revolution: The Divide on Climate Change

Students are upping the pressure, but Penn's administration is still reluctant to pursue bold action.

by KATRINA JANCO

Facing the Music with Penn's Resident String Quartet

The Daedalus Quartet has wowed audiences from Rodin lounges to Carnegie Hall.

by SHINYOUNG HAILEY NOH

More Than Just a Trend: What It's Like to Be Vegan at Penn

Some people see vegans as promoting an exclusionary lifestyle, but these Penn vegans push back against that perception. 

by PAIGE FISHMAN

Smokes’ Then and Now

A night shadowing a Smokey Joe's bouncer with a look back to Smokes' past

by ALLISON WU

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