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Letter

From the Editor: 2.12.09

With everything awash in red and pink during this most hallowed/dreaded of Valentine’s weeks, my thoughts turn to soulmates of the fictional variety, those people you just know you’re meant to be with… if only they were, you know, real.

by JULIA RUBIN

From the Editor: 2.5.09

Fact: Penn is an incubator for weirdos, myself included. I do all kinds of weird stuff. I won’t eat food kept in refrigerators.

by JULIA RUBIN

From the Editor: 1.29.09

“Isn't having a letter from the editor on the first page of your magazine self-indulgent?” This was the question I was posed last month by a fellow editor at a peer publication.

by JULIA RUBIN

From the Editor: 1.22.09

While some of you frolicked in Cabo or hobnobbed in Aspen, I spent most of winter break holed up in bed (thanks Streptococcus pneumoniae!) in the ’burbs of the Midwest.

by JULIA RUBIN

Letter from the Editor: 12.4.08

BOOBIEZ!!!!! XOXO, Mark Zuckerberg

by MARK ZUCKERBERG

Letter from the Editor: 11.20.08

In the Cameron Crowe classic Say Anything…, Diane Court explains, “I have a theory of convergence, that good things always happen with bad things.” This moment marks for me such an intersection: today is the much-anticipated arrival of shoutouts and my last letter as Editor-in-Chief of this magazine.

by KERRY GOLDS

11.13.08 Letter from the Editor

The Social Ivy. We’ve all heard the phrase, whether during the tours we took of Penn as high school juniors or from our own mouths as we explain to non-Quakers why they should be impressed with our credentials.

by KERRY GOLDS

Letter from the Editor - 11/6/08

Yes we did. Our votes counted, our voices were heard. For a Democrat like myself, Tuesday night was a true triumph.

by KERRY GOLDS

Letter From The Editor: 10.30.08

Everyone knows what a large number of Facebook friends signify: you are popular. Or you're so deluded that you request friendships from random people who, in desperate need of appearing popular, accept said requests.

by KERRY GOLDS

Letter From The Editor

In 1995, the computer-generated marvel Buzz Lightyear voiced the mantra of our modern era: to infinity, and beyond!

by KERRY GOLDS

Letter from the Editor

It’s only when my parents make me decode my own speech that I realize how much of what we say is in the form of acronyms: there are Penn acronyms (DRL, UA, LT’s…), Internet-inspired acronyms (LOL, BRB, ROTFL) and acronyms for just about everything else (DMV, HSM…1, 2, and 3, USA). And floating within this acronym soup is the game that goes by the initials KMF: kill, marry, fuck.

by KERRY GOLDS

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