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Word on the Street

Breaking Down Brexit

If we're not careful, we are going to crack down the middle like the Crown.

by MADELINE MCCALLUM

Letters to People You're Not Supposed to Miss

You are not supposed to matter. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Acting My Age

I am 21 years old, and I don’t know how to ride a bike. 

by STEPH BARRON

Keeping Up With the Joneses

 Although almost a third of students at Penn graduate with debt, the subject remains taboo.

by LEIGH ANN EISENHAUER

Beyond the Brochure

What if Penn isn't the right school for one of the eager high schoolers you promise it will be?

by CHLOE SHAKIN

Why We Can’t Let Brock Walk

 I am sick of watching my roster of Brock Turners grow.

by ,

Halfway Home for the Summer

I feel more at home in an airport than I do in most cities.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

No Internship, No Problem

Just because I don’t have an internship doesn’t mean that this time is less valuable.

by CLARIS PARK

Dealing with Distance

Relationships stretch thinly across continents.

by TRANG LUU

I Want The Courage...

As I’m finishing up my junior year at Penn, it scares me that I only have one year left. I made a pledge to write about the things I want the courage to do during my time left at Penn, so here we are now. 

by HALLIE BROOKMAN

Not Just Another Mental Health Article

What we’re not talking about.

by DINA ZARET

Let's Start Talking

I’m a new representative of an environment that needs to change.

by MAKAYLA REYNOLDS

When You Use the Word “Survivor”

It’s sexual assault awareness month. Here’s my story.

by ANONYMOUS

I Guess I’m Ready to Graduate

How AmEx, The Debate Team and Kweder helped me realize it's time to move on.

by BRANDON SLOTKIN

If You're Reading This (In Print), It's Too Late

You already know what I do.

by MARK PARASKEVAS

Here's To Never Growing Up

How three cats and a diagnosis made adulthood too real.

by BYRNE FAHEY

Why I Hate St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day became a day to celebrate Irish heritage in the United States. Now, the day—and subsequently, the heritage—is indelibly tied to alcohol and its abuse.

by MICHAEL COYNE

I'm a Student–Athlete, and I Promise I'm Not Stupid

Sweating over my intelligence as an athletic recruit.

by LOUISE TANSKI

Why I'm Up On Trump

Let's address the elephants in the room: Donald Trump, and why I support him.

by MACKENZIE MOORE

WOTS Love Week: No Labels, No Problem

My sexuality is just one piece of who I am, and it doesn't need a title.

by GWEN EASTAUGH

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