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Earth: A Retrospective (As Compiled By A 7th Millennium Literary Academic)

Fiction Issue Runner Up

by SELENA OLECK

Corn

“Sex is good, but not as good as fresh sweet corn” –Garrison Keillor   I have had the privilege of sampling a few varieties of corn in my lifetime. White corn has tender kernels— consistent, succulent crunch in every bite.

by SIMONE STOLZOFF

Curb Appeal

The lamp at the front of the house, in the atrium, by the window, stays on.

by ELLIOT RAMBACH

I Feel Free

Most Experimental Fiction Submission

by DAN GILLIS

The Love Survey

It’s going to be the best time of your life: We were freshmen when your father said he could spend the rest of his life with me until death or incarceration do us part. Beneath those Locust lights, I knew he was the one.

by PATRICK FORD-MATZ

DO YOU HAVE AN ANONYMOUS ROMANCE-RELATED MESSAGE FOR ANYONE AT PENN?

Printed exactly as received. The full list.

by 34TH STREET

The Red and the Blue

Being a college Republican in a liberal (arts) world.

by GLENN SHRUM

The Red Carpet: Celebrity Republicans



by 34TH STREET

Coffee Counter Culture

How Avril 50 stuck it out for so long.

by EMILY ORRSON

Penn Has a Hack for That

Inside the largest college hackathon in the world.

by FRIDA GARZA

Miles to Go

It's up to Miles Cartwright to restore Penn Basketball's former glory.

by JOSH DEMBOWITZ

Artificial Intelligence

A look at Penn's "smartest" drugs

by MELANIE BAVARIA

Leges Sine Moribus Vanae

Who's afraid of academic dishonesty? Most people, apparently.

by DANIEL FELSENTHAL

The Dissidents

Penn's brochures would have you believe that starting freshman year is like walking onto the set of some combination of "Good Will Hunting," "The Social Network," and "A Beautiful Mind." For many, disenchantment sets in as the classes are more boring and the people less thrilling than advertised.

by MANOLA GONZALEZ

Striking a Pose

Penn's student bodybuilders take to the stage and show off their hard work.

by ELENA GOORAY

Taking it to Market

Tracing Philadelphia’s farmers’ markets back to their roots

by KILEY BENSE

A Global Phenomenon

A brief overview of other cities’ efforts to repurpose transportation arteries

by EILLIE ANZILOTTI

Up in the Air and Beneath the Ground

Will the future of the Reading Railroad mobilize visions for a new Philadelphia?

by EILLIE ANZILOTTI

From Prep to Clean-Up, 8 Hours in the Vetri Kitchen

Fine dining is a little like yoga, or meditation, or floating on your back in the middle of a Jacuzzi: the world gets really small when you do it. At Vetri, on 1312 Spruce St., it’s a world of glass from Murano, of wooden tables and floors.

by BRETTE WARSHAW

One Person, One Vote, Many Arguments

Pennsylvania's voter identification law has sparked both claims of fairness and accusations of foul play. A campus responds.

by JOE PINSKER

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