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Embrace Face Coverings, But Don’t Get Used To Them

Perhaps this sense of camaraderie is enough to understand how we’re all truly feeling, even with most of our faces concealed.

by MICHELLE YOON

Can Social Media Moguls Redefine Masculinity?

From makeup to earrings to nail polish, how male social media stars seem to be pushing back against what it means to “look like a man."

by EVA INGBER

Using Astrology As A Tool For Self–Reflection

How studying your birth chart can help you find yourself; or provide direction to change your thought process. 

by HANNAH LONSER

How to Save an Unexpected Life During a Pandemic

How one lockdown trend is helping the Penn community do good.

by DENALI SAGNER

Another Sickness Threatens Our Existence: The Disease Of Our Planet

COVID–19 serves as a reminder that we need to be asking ourselves how we can better treat our world.

by EVA INGBER

Give Back From the Comfort of Your Couch and Volunteer From Home

Staying home doesn’t mean you have to stop volunteering.

by HANNAH LONSER

A YA Novel's Perfect Ending Helps Me Cope With My Imperfect Reality

How old books have reminded me of the comfort found in teenager fiction amidst a global pandemic.

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Chronicling SHEIN's Problematic History

This is not the first time that #BoycottSHEIN has trended.

by HANNAH LONSER

Let's Talk About Manifestation

Manifest. That. Sh*t.

by HANNAH LONSER

Looking For a Sign To Change Up Your Hair? This One’s For You

Here are some tips and tricks to help you cut that sassy bob and nail that dye job during quarantine.

by EVA INGBER

Meditation: Hype or Helpful?

Meditation: Hype or Helpful?

by HANNAH LONSER

Making the Case for Quarantine Boredom

Is boredom really all that bad?

by HANNAH LONSER

TikTok Trend Alert: Reserving Tickets for Trump Rallies

How Gen Z trolled the President of the United States

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

How the 15 Percentage Pledge Is Holding Corporate America Accountable

For major retailers, fighting systemic racism can start with shelf space.

by HANNAH LONSER

A Fortnite Guide for the Perplexed

Fortnite serves as an oasis of sorts, a place to go to escape reality rather than be reminded of it. Perhaps, it’s time I give the game a try. 

by EVA INGBER

Where BLM Meets DIY: Meet Two Penn Students Using their Art to Support a Movement

How tie-dye and stickers became a force for racial change

by DENALI SAGNER

What the Freshman 15 Can Teach Us About the Quarantine 15 Trend

 Quarantine can worsen body image. Remember to be gentle with yourself. 

by CHELSEY ZHU

Support Philly's Black–Owned Businesses, Today and Every Day

Do your part to promote meaningful change in our community.

by HANNAH LONSER

Beauty Companies #PullUpForChange

A social media campaign that is holding companies accountable to diversity and inclusion in their hiring practices

by ELIANA DOFT

The Responsibility of Celebrities Within Social Media Platforms

For public figures with millions of impressionable followers, sharing a picture with a #blacklivesmatter caption isn’t enough 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

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