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Sober, So What?

Braving college without liquid courage.

by MANOLA GONZALEZ

What does your piece say about you?



by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

In High Demand

A cost-benefit analysis of decriminalization

by ARIELA OSUNA

Decriminalization: What It Means For You

Come on and get high...carefully

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Quiz: What are you going to do with your life?

Ed. note: finance

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Mind Your Own Business: The liberal art of finding a job

We join clubs. We build relationships with professors. We add lines to our resumes. But when it comes time to leave Penn, whether it’s for the summer or for graduation, are we left more or less on our own?

by LAUREN GREENBERG & SOPHIA FISCHLER-GOTTFRIED

Never Have I Ever

Street recommends you play this at your next pre-pregame.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

The First Time I Ever

You never forget your first time. Seven different voices. Seven different beginnings. This week, Street brings you back.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Penn Fall Preview

Welcome home. A lot has changed since we submitted our last assignments, had our bags checked at Van Pelt and used our final Dining Dollars on overpriced salsa at Gourmet Grocer.

by JULIA LIEBERGALL, MARLEY COYNE, and ALEXANDRA STERNLICHT

Ben Franklin's (UPDATED) Almanac

Key words and phrases to know on campus.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

From the West Bank to West Philadelphia

“So, what do you do on campus?” That question should be easy to answer, but for students involved in politically controversial groups, it’s not so simple.

by EMMA SOREN

Best of Penn 2014

?We’re not going to lie, Penn can seem pretty average at times. You know, when you wake up late on a Tuesday morning and the lines at HubBub are too long so you get some shitty coffee at Wawa only to make it in late to your 10 a.m. class. Or that moment before your last pregame shot when you realize you would rather just get back into bed than suffer through another downtown. Yeah, Penn can feel pretty average. Enter 34th Street. We’re here to bring our favorite parts of Penn to Penn’s best and brightest. Below you’ll find life hacks, condiments, tips, tricks, drinks and outlets that will turn your time at Penn from meh to as fabulous as Miss Lisa Lisa herself. Welcome to Best of Penn.

by 34TH STREET

The Fling Survey

We Fling because we can. Because Fling has grown into a force of nature, a tradition that cannot be stopped, even if we wanted it to.

by MICHELLE MA

Not Enough

It adds up. It’s hard to reduce each person’s unique college experience to three words, but from a strictly factual standpoint, these are perfect.

by SAM BRODEY

Fiction Issue Most Experimental: "The Cow"

We’re studying Gertrude Stein in English class. We as in Johnny and me. I want to be a writer. Johnny probably wants to work at the car dealership but that’s a guess.

by BRENNAN CUSACK

Fiction Issue Poetry Winner: tune in, turn on

1) hush my darling. don’t fear my darling. the lion kissed a griffin.

by AUSTIN LEVITT

Fiction Issue Winner: Homemaking

[media-credit name="Julia Masters" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Furniture shopping was mostly the same in death as it had been in life, though admittedly a little less full of possibility.

by NADIA LAHER

Me & Them & Ze & Us

The world isn't in black and white. Despite being confronted with uniquely challenging issues from healthcare to housing and everything in between, Penn's non-cisgender students are showing us the full spectrum of possibilities. Let's embrace it.

by ARIELLE PARDES

Eat. Pray. Love

Being an Orthodox Jew in a modern world

by CASSANDRA KYRIAZIS

Agree to Disagree?

Professors say they only care about how students defend their views and not the views themselves. But do students agree? Sometimes, bias can sneak into lectures.

by JULIE XIE

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