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Pizzata Pizzeria Is a Deceptively Simple Stop for Naturally Leavened Greatness

Philadelphians are buzzing about the pizza joint for its committed founders as well as its unique approach to pizza–making.

by GRAYSON CATLETT

Reclaiming the ‘Clean Girl Aesthetic’

So you’ve been following the “clean girl aesthetic,” but do you know where it originally comes from?

by SHAHANA BANERJEE

Closing the Nature Gap

How small decisions are bringing inclusivity to the great outdoors

by SHELBY ABAYIE

Andrew Tate Breaks the Internet

Scratching the surface of reactionary anti–feminism online

by NAIMA SMALL

Street’s Five Favorite Drinks—Alcohol Optional

Level up your pregame with these five recipes—while keeping it sober–friendly.

by EMILY WHITE

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

This month: Top–billing music festivals. Flea markets. Dance parties for Beyoncé, abortion rights, and processing your childhood trauma.

by WALDEN GREEN

Pace & Blossom is More than Just Another West & Down

Meet the cast of kooky characters who staff the new University City nightclub.

by MIRA SYDOW

Alchemy Coffee Is a Welcome Break from the Rush of Coffee Culture

Alchemy Coffee x Keystone Wellness Shop offers a tranquil gathering space for coffee lovers and CBD enthusiasts alike.

by KIRA WANG

MLMs, Unpaid Internships, and Love Bombing

How companies use this manipulative recruitment tactic to trap potential members like myself

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Gopuff: The Death of Local Convenience Stores?

How Gopuff steals customers from your local corner store

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, and the Court of Public Opinion

In the case of Depp v. Heard, social media reached a verdict long before the jury did.

by KAYLA COTTER

Before You Buy, Read Yitty’s Itty–Bitty Fine Print

Lizzo's new underwear brand prides itself on body inclusivity—but its marketing tactics are surprisingly manipulative.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

The Irony of Rainbow Capitalism

Why rainbows and pride flags aren’t real representation

by KATE RATNER

For Some, Makeup Is a Tool of Pride

Queer college students are using makeup to express identity, defy the binary, and nail TikTok transitions.

by RACHEL SWYM

r/UPenn vs. Sidechat: Battle of the Anonymous Apps

A closer look behind the screen into anonymity, relatability, and popularity 

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Dan Howell, Creator Burnout, and the Pitfall of YouTube Capitalism

How Dan Howell's recent comeback enlightens viewers to YouTube's dark underbelly.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

The Mormon Mommy Meltdown, Explained

Influencers and swingers and divorces, oh my. 

by KIRA WANG

How Online Donations and the Commodification of Black Death Go Hand–in–Hand

From the infamous $6 million "BLM House" to controversial activist Shaun King, the commodification of Black death can be shown in all levels of activism.

by NAIMA SMALL

College Fuels Our Worst Sleeping Habits—Can We Change That?

Sleep deprivation shouldn't be seen as the key to success or productivity in college.

by NAIMA SMALL

Unpacking the Resurgence of Modern Witchcraft

Contrary to popular belief, witches are not the devil. 

by SHELBY ABAYIE

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