Word on the Street

I Fell in Love With My Best Friend. Then She Was Gone.

Discovering my sexuality through love and loss

by ANONYMOUS

My Father's Favorite Concoction

A response to Trump's travel ban

by ASHNA VIJAY BHATIA

My Own Penn Bubble

Navigating Penn life as someone religiously observant.

by TALIA STERMAN

Get Outta My Roe V. WAYde

Why I advocate for reproductive rights.

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The Undecided Box

Switching majors at Penn

by MICHELLE PEREIRA

Here For You

Joining Penn Benjamins was one of the best choices I've made at Penn.

by SCOTT RUBENSTEIN

My Wild Wizard One Night Stand

A night to remember.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Gone Girl

I’m sorry I couldn’t save her.

by MORGAN POTTS

Election Reflection: Chloe Shakin C'18

I was standing in London Luton Airport, waiting in line to board a plane to Berlin.

by CHLOE SHAKIN

Election Reflection: Elana Waldstein C'18

A Citizen Abroad

by ELANA WALDSTEIN

Election Reflection: Cami Potter C'18

Maybe four years won't change anything.

by CAMI POTTER

Election Reflection: Alec Josiah C'17

I’m a senior at Penn, and I’m gay, I’m black, I’m Latino, and I call Orlando, Florida home.

by ALEC JOSIAH

Election Reflection: Zack Greenstein

For as long as I’ve been aware of politics, Obama has been my president. I had a “change” poster on my door before I even really understood what he was changing.

by ZACK GREENSTEIN

Election Reflection: Jamie-Lee Josselyn

“This is what America looks like! Show me what America sounds like!”

by JAMIE-LEE JOSSELYN

Election Reflection: Kevin Galvez C'18

I feel hopeful.

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Election Reflection: Anonymous (C'18, C'18)

America was born in Philadelphia, a city that stands for liberty, civil rights and unity.

by ANONYMOUS

Election Reflection: Michelle Teicher N,W '16

Waking up this morning to find out the disappointing results of my first presidential election was incredibly disheartening and defeating.

by MICHELLE TEICHER

Good and Brave and Strong and Kind

We are stronger together and we need to remember that as we move forward.

by GIULIA IMHOLTE

Election Reflection: Mike Coyne C'17

I keep on wanting to cry. I keep on almost crying and I don’t know for who or for what precisely, but I always stop just short for some reason.

by MIKE COYNE

Election Reflection: Sam Byers C'16

When I woke up this morning I experienced profound disappointment. The sensation had nothing to do with Donald Trump’s unexpected and momentous victory — I stayed up late enough last night to know the projected winner.

by SAM BYERS

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