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Word on the Street

Dear Kings Court Room 146

Capturing dorm room memories in photos. 

by JEAN PARK

LinkedIn Keywords: Getting Paranoid and Caught up in the Details

You spent three hours in the LinkedIn Rabbit Hole, and you are now successful.

by CHARLES SHEN

Eternal Before Sunrise

“I can’t believe we never met at Penn”

by WALDEN GREEN

Who Am I, If Not a Violinist?

I know I am not the art that I create, but I also wouldn’t be who I am if it weren’t for my art.

by MEILING MATHUR

Embracing the Amateur

The imperfect brushstrokes that make up an artist’s “perfection”

by JULIA FISCHER

Non–Strangers

At what point does a stranger become a non–stranger? 

by ANONYMOUS

Rewatch

How do you tell a love story you don’t believe is over yet?

by ANONYMOUS

Digital Dispatches In The City of Love

Mapping the Paris Metro, Station to Station.

by IRMA KISS

Of Mexican Marigolds and Perfecting the Art of Mourning

Learning to love the process of grieving

by DIANNA TRUJILLO MAGDALENO

In My Passenger Seat

A picture is worth a thousand car rides.

by NORAH RAMI

A Taste of Homesickness

Or, crying in the parking lot of the Monterey Park 99 Ranch Market.

by DIAMY WANG

Best Thing to Do in Philly? Stand in a Really Long Line

Finding the joy in flocking to a Thing.

by MAIA SAKS

Return of The Prodigal Artist

Rediscovering myself in the arts community of my hometown

by NORAH RAMI

Near Misses

And how you don't find them over and over again.

by ENNE KIM

When I Grow Up

Always in a rush to grow up, we never ask what we're running towards. 

by NOAH GOLDFISCHER

Stuck at the Starting Line

Engagement photos on Instagram, wedding invitations on the refrigerator, sonograms in your text messages—it just starts and doesn’t stop.

by ELLIE SHUERT

No Sleep, Bus, Club, Another Club...

How to travel—and party like Gaga—responsibly without commodifying whole countries

by GIULIA NOTO LA DIEGA

The Hidden Nature of Assault at Penn

There’s a dangerous culture of female assault on Penn’s campus. 

by ANONYMOUS

My Name, My Story

On reclaiming my identity through my name

by YEEUN YOO

Love Me, Detest Me—Just do it on Paper

Even with the advent of texting, you should still be writing letters.

by ALEXANDRA KANAN

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