It was a Friday when Lauren Hunter got the call. After leaving work and a last minute lunch at New Deck, the College junior had one hand on the door to her off campus house when her phone call with her best friend from home was interrupted by a call from her mom.
Street combed Penn's campus to unleash our biggest journalistic Endeavor of the year. Here, we give you nine faces to ease the sorrow of realizing Emma Watson Won't be joining us in Fisher–Bennett next year.
It’s a Tuesday night in March in the basement of Harrison College House, and four Penn students gather around an unused pool table. The two sitting in the middle rotate the responsibility of dealing cards to the group. A $160 pot has been collected, and one dealer keeps the cash in the back pocket of his jeans. The colorful, plastic chips mean more.
When was the last time you walked down Chestnut, passed 34th and watched the signs turn from red and blue to blue and yellow? This week, Street hit Drexel's campus to find out what they think about you.
Want to see yourself or your friends featured in Street's second annual fashion guide next Wednesday? Then submit your votes for Fashion Superlatives by 5 p.m. on Friday. Winners will even get swag at our launch party at Smokes on Thursday, February 19th. Don't be afraid to shamelessly vote for yourself.
You don’t get to pick where you were born. And yet, your birthplace has the power to determine your professional career more than any degree can. An Ivy League education doesn't open nearly as many doors for international students as you'd expect.
For 34th Street's 2.18.15 Street Style issue, we're presenting the students who make the most notable fashion statements. Finally, we're recognizing that girl who rocks exclusively Penn gear and that guy with the impeccable man bun. Nominate your most (un)stylish friends All the superlative winners will receive a prize from our sponsors at Smokes on 2.19.15. Anyone is eligible.
From College Hall to City Hall, Penn’s activist groups use their voices to advocate for causes they deem worthwhile. They raise their arms, they lie down and they sit–in. They carry with pride the slogans and signs that represent their causes—each with its own critics and backstories.