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It’s so Ph-ucking hot: How Philadelphians Beat the Heat

From iconic ice cream joints to exclusive private pools, explore the ultimate summer escapes in the City of Brotherly Love.

by ANNA O'NEILL–DIETEL

It’s Shaq’s World—We’re Just Living In It

The NBA Hall of Famer has redefined his legacies in ways that most celebrities can only dream of.

by CALEB CRAIN

What’s Your (Personality) Type?

As arbitrary as their answers may be, personality quizzes offer insight into our desire to know ourselves. 

by JULIA FISCHER

Take It to the Streets: What to Do in Philly this Month

This month: cherry blossoms, food trucks, art exhibits—and lots more to explore.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

The Girls are Fighting... And That's Okay

A look into Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion's rap feud

by TRAPETAS MCGILL

My New Little Red Book

A new Chinese cultural revolution is proliferating across the digital beautysphere. 

by STELLA LEE

Surfing TikTok Shop Just To Feel Something

When our sense of belonging relies on our belongings

by ZAARA SHAFI

The Penn Sweater in Bangkok

What happens when you donate clothing to thrift stores?

by REI TANGKIJNGAMWONG

Follow the Money Trail

A week in the life of a Penn student’s credit card 

by LUIZA LOUBACK

Diamonds Are a Debutante's Best Friend

You might wear jewelry, but probably not like this.

by STELLA LEE

A Tso by Any Other Name Would Taste As Sweet

The sizzling Sinophobia of Asian American cuisine

by ANDREW LU

Take It to the Streets: What to Do in Philly this Month

This month: Concerts. Obscure Film Screenings. Ballet. Legos—and lots more to explore.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Midnight Halal: Meeting the Person Behind Your Favorite Meals

When dining halls are closed, Aitizaz's Halal truck is there for you.

by CHARLES SHEN

Art is Dead and College Killed It

The rising cost of higher education has sacrificed the creativity of our generation.

by NORAH RAMI

Budgeter? I Hardly Know Her

Unlike dollar bills, financial advice seems to be growing on trees. 

by KATE RATNER

Growing Up and Growing it Out

The curtain bang may be commonplace today, but it was originally a sign of defiance.

by STELLA LEE

Communication: Everywhere, All the Time, All at Once

Social media, relationships, and why more doesn’t mean better

by BOBBY MCCANN

The Cruciverbalist Craze Taking Over Gen Z

What’s the clue to crossword's popularity across Penn’s campus and social media? 

by TALIA SHAPIRO

No, You Can't Sit With Us

Undressing the politics behind elitism on dating apps.

by NATALIA CASTILLO

A Campus Tradition Unlike Any Other

Penn Marriage Pact brings together students trying to find love, a hookup, or something else entirely.

by CALEB CRAIN

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