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Alexa Nicolas



Between buying a new Urban sweater and picking up dinner at Chipotle, shedding one’s virginity has become, for some, just another transaction.

Get Some Green

The Penn Piper

A new campus boutique has three legs up on its competition: Location, Location, Location

Beyond the LOVE Sculpture

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Dilworth Plaza Vs. Huntsman Hall

City Beats: Brooklyn Flea Market

In many ways, Brooklyn Flea is a like any flea market, filled with odds and ends living up to the old cliche: “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” Yet its atmosphere is unique to the borough, a vibrant demonstration of post-gentrification Brooklyn.

Fashion as Sculpture

With his exquisite fashion–sculptures, designer Roberto Capucci pushes the limits of fashion into the realm of art.

One Track Mind: Fleet Foxes "Helplessness Blues"

“Helplessness Blues” is a misnomer when it comes to sound.


There really isn’t anything that’s not controversial or polarizing about Kanye West. You’d be hard–pressed to find someone who doesn’t think he’s an asshole, but somehow his assholery can make him even more appealing — not just as a musician, but as a cultural icon.

Artspiration: The Gross Clinic

All too familiar to the Class of 2013, Thomas Eakin’s The Gross Clinic pictures esteemed Dr. Samuel D.

Defibrillator: "Un–break My Heart" by Toni Braxton

When Toni Braxton’s lover, Tyson, died in a studly motorcycle accident, she belted out “Un–break My Heart.” I rediscovered the hit when I sat in on a friend’s 90s–themed college radio show.
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