This issue of 34th Street is dedicated to the peers we have lost during our time here, and to those they have left behind.
Jeffrey Lee, Class of 2012
Thomas Hartford, Class of 2013
Oliver Pacchiana, Class of 2014
Arya Singh, Class of 2014
Pulkit “Josh” Singh, Class of 2015
Joseph Yuhasz, Class of 2015
Kevin Zhao, Class of 2015
Annie Zhu, Class of 2015
Alex Moll, Class of 2016
Madison Holleran, Class of 2017
As the credits rolled onto the screen, sophomore Nathan Stauffer couldn’t wait to leave the darkness of the dingy matinee theatre and capitalize on the late summer day.
When PennLink’s not enough to find the perfect job, some people just make their own. These are Penn’s startup founders and they seem to all want one thing: to do what they want, when they want, with whomever they want. And also to “change the world.”
Whoever said "dead men tell no tales" obviously never visited the Mütter Museum. Though filled with all things ghoulish and deformed, the Mütter's got a long and lively history of schooling students on matters of mortality. Today, Penn and the Mütter collaborate to tackle science's "gravest" undertakings.
College hookups can be messy, wrought with hurt feelings, murky motives, and usually, more than a few drinks. Here’s how Penn students are using dating apps to avoid all the shit that comes with getting laid.
Stress affects everybody at Penn, but we’re told to grin and bear it. Mental illness, however, forces some to take a leave of absence. These students aren’t running away, they’re fighting their ways back.
The first Fling may have been one of few bright spots in 1973. Richard Nixon was being a tricky dick, the Vietnam War had reached a breaking point at home and abroad and—worst of all—Penn’s fraternity life was in remission (the yearbook blamed the construction of the highrises).