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This Article Does Not Exist

 In the age of deepfakes, can you tell what is real or not? 

by MEILING MATHUR

Breaking Bread at Clark Park

It's 11:14 a.m. on a muggy Saturday, and Clark Park Farmers' Market is humming with life. 

by KEIRA FENG

Doing It For the Plot

 Fan–fiction writers have a decades–long love affair with storytelling.

by MEILING MATHUR

Failing Gently Around the Language Table

There’s a soup–er secret gathering happening just a few blocks away, and you’re invited.

by LUIZA SULEA

New Faces, Same Mission: 50 Years of the Penn Women's Center

Half a century later, the PWC reflects on its groundbreaking history of activism while navigating ongoing challenges in advocating for women's rights on campus.

by KATIE BARTLETT

Me and My Doula Against the World

Philly doulas are helping pregnant people achieve an autonomous and empowering birth experience, no matter how they choose to deliver.

by AVALON HINCHMAN

Ride or Die for the Red and Blue

For nearly a century, Penn has tried to get us to care about student athletics; why hasn’t it worked yet?

by JULES LINGENFELTER

Out of the Closet, Not Out of the Woods

Balancing joy and risk, coming out (and not) holds different meanings for the queer community.

by KEIRA FENG

Self–Diagnosis in the Age of the Endless Scroll

#fyp #mentalhealthawareness #neurodiversity #therapy #adhd #autism #asd #anxiety #healthy #selfcare #wellness #community #putafingerdownchallenge

by MEILING MATHUR

More Than Just a Look–Alike

Celebrity impersonation is a career in and of itself, right?

by HANNAH SUNG

Unearthing the Black Bottom

Nearly 50 years ago, the Black Bottom community was displaced by Penn and Drexel. Today, Penn archaeologists are trying to excavate its buried stories.

by NORAH RAMI

A is for Aspiring Educators at Penn

Penn’s new club for teacher hopefuls is a lesson in community–building, as they work to create a sustainable future for education.

by JEAN PAIK and AVALON HINCHMAN

A Less–than–Holy Union

The merger between Saint Joseph's University and University of the Sciences poses big questions about the clash of religion and science, but its impacts for students and faculty have been painfully tangible. 

by WALDEN GREEN

The Write Side of the Picket Line

With internship season closing in, I was faced with a choice: become a scab or embrace my union girl summer.

by DELANEY PARKS

Dance Dance Revolution

How a dance party became the beating heart of Philadelphia’s latest protest against fascism.

by CATHERINE SORRENTINO

GET–UP, Get Down, Penn Is a Union Town

Inside the revived grad student fight for unionization at Penn. 

by SOPHIA ROSSER

The Grad Laws

Words of wisdom to Penn’s graduating seniors, from one extremely unqualified editor–in–chief.

by WALDEN GREEN

An Escape from Penn, via Pen and Paper

Or, everything you always wanted to know about Penn’s student authors.

by DELANEY PARKS

After the War on Drugs, A Fight for Healing

In Philly, advocates for harm reduction are listening to the needs of the community and choosing compassion over criminalization.

by KATIE BARTLETT

A Thesis on Change

Temple graduate students have moved from research to rallies as part of the TUGSA strikes towards achieving fair wages.

by NORAH RAMI

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