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Doomscrolling: What it is and How to Stop

We've all fallen down the Twitter rabbit hole at some point.

by AIDAH QURESHI

Are Instagram Sugar Daddies Legit?

I engaged with some potential sugar daddies to find out. 

by KIRA WANG

How 'Among Us' Became the Mega–Hit Game of 2020

From AOC to Ninja, the social deduction game is universally loved. 

by SARIKA RAU

Meet Gabriela Vasci, the Marie Antoinette of TikTok

The social media star is ushering in a new era of the influencer.

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Why You Should Shop Small

Small business Saturday is approaching.

by IRENE HWANG

Our Obsession With Glowing Up

Bettering yourself doesn't have to be about appearance or competition. 

by AIDAH QURESHI

How the University City District Is Keeping Penn Favorites Open

UCD has embarked on several initiatives to support local small businesses. 

by TARA O'BRIEN

The Guide To Disposing of Your Old Clothes Responsibly

Even your pit–stained t–shirts and pilled sweaters can avoid the trash heap.

by EMILY WHITE

All About Foodstagrams: Quarantine Edition

Proud owners of foodstagrams weigh in on this quarantine trend.

by NAOMI KIM

Gen Z: A New Class of Dystopian Heroes

How dystopian coming–of–age narratives shaped a generation’s political activism.

by EMILY WHITE

Twitch: The Platform for Big Names and Wannabe Creators

The live–streaming platform is helping people find entertainment and community. 

by SARIKA RAU

For First Years, GroupMe is Penn's Campus

While we can't bond in the Quad or in Dining Halls, we've found communities in group chats. 

by EMILY TRUONG

How the Penn Community Celebrated the Mid–Autumn Festival During the Pandemic

Students and faculty kicked off October with mooncakes and family gatherings.

by ESTHER LEE

This Boozy Bake Sale Is Getting Out the Vote in University City

This Saturday, booze, baked goods, and ballot request forms are on the menu.

by HANNAH LONSER

The Duality of TikTok’s ‘What I Eat in a Day’ Videos

It’s harmful when they become proscriptive instead of descriptive.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Spilling the Beans: Need–To–Know Coffee Beauty Hacks

Could your go–to morning beverage be the secret to better skin that you've been searching for?

by NAOMI KIM

It's Not Easy Being Green: The Problem with Sustainability Shaming

Stop blaming consumers and start holding companies accountable.

by EMILY WHITE

Mood-Tracking Apps: The Mental Health Companion You Never Knew You Needed

These five apps transformed the way I think about my stress and anxiety.

by MEG GLADIEUX

Why Is Podcasting So Popular?

Breaking down how the medium gained traction during the pandemic. 

by SARIKA RAU

Our Favorite Old–School Fashion Trends That Are Making A Comeback

Fortunately, these trends didn't stay in the decade in which they originated.

by TARA O'BRIEN

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