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Zealots, Zodiacs, and Zazen: Gen Z and Spirituality

What the 'New Age' movement is, and what spirituality looks like today

by GABRIELLA RAFFETTO

Penn Non–Cis and Penn Association for Gender Equity's New Trans–Inclusive Language Guide

These two activist organizations on campus have joined forces to promote trans–inclusive language on campus and beyond.

by KATHRYN XU

The Emptiness of Wall Street's 'Fearless Girl' Statue

Feminism is more than breaking through the glass ceiling. 

by JEAN PAIK

What the Switch to Remote Learning Means for Students with Disabilities

Lessons on allyship and inclusivity from Disability Advocacy @ Penn

by ARIA VYAS

Uncover Penn’s Hidden Histories Through the Augmented Reality App

The Penn & Slavery Project’s educational, critical, and accessible new app is available for download.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Netflix's 'Drive to Survive' Refuses to Reckon with Racism

Racial justice is a glaring omission in a documentary of the 2020 Formula 1 season with unprecedented access.

by KATHRYN XU

Celebrating Her: Women's History Month

Recognizing the silenced voices of humanity

by GABRIELLA RAFFETTO

Eating Out Again? Rethink What You’re Paying For

Tipping has drained the restaurant industry for decades. These restaurants have a better solution. 

by ANGELA SHEN

These Philadelphia Bakeries are Using Food to Fight Racism

Camille Cogswell, High Street Philly, and Fitz and Starts discuss what it's like to use baked goods as a form of protest.

by REMA BHAT

I Lived on the New Sophomore Dining Plan for a Week. This is What Happened.

An experiential dissection of Penn’s shift in dining policy and the meaning of dining as a Penn student

by MEG GLADIEUX

Dieting, Depression, and Distortion

How a year of pandemic isolation has negatively impacted body image

by GABRIELLA RAFFETTO

Crust Vegan Bakery: "A Business Built on Beliefs"

This bakery was able to open a new storefront, keep paying its workers, and donate to local organizations during the pandemic. 

by EMILY WHITE

Grassroots Food Truck is Planting Seeds in the Philadelphia Community

Founders and chefs Troy Harris and Kareem Wallace provide more than just delicious food.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Pop Poetry is On the Rise, One Line at a Time

How the genre is casting a new light on truth–telling

by GABRIELLA RAFFETTO

Meet Middle Child, A Deli Where Justice is On the Menu

Middle Child owner Matt Cahn never set out to be an activist. Yet his sandwich shop is shaking up the food industry.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Year We Learned to Grieve

 Loss is hard. It’s even harder in the midst of a pandemic. 

by MEG GLADIEUX

Mainstream Asian American Activism Will Not Save Our Elders

Hate crimes against Asian elders reveal the flaws in mainstream politics that center around Hollywood and representation.

by KATHRYN XU

Meet ‘MOSAIC,’ the Podcast Sharing Stories of Belonging at Wharton

How the Wharton podcast was born out of the initiative to champion diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

by REMA BHAT

Talk to Your Doctor (and Hope They Believe You)

One woman's experience with endometriosis and explaining the pain gap

by ARIA VYAS

'Kiki’s Delivery Service' Is an Honest Look at Creative Burnout

What can a 13–year–old witch tell us about labor and the pressures of turning our passions into side hustles? 

by JEAN PAIK

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