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Amy Xiang


A “Second Home” in Danger of Collapse

Philadelphia’s Chinatown restaurants sit at the crux of anti–Asian sentiment and the COVID–19 recession—and pay a steep price. 

Andre Brown Wants to Tell Philly’s Undiscovered Stories

The founder of 'Black Philadelphia Magazine' talks about pursuing journalism, celebrating Black success, and leaving a legacy for the city.

Thriving (Virtually) at Penn

Penn first years discuss online class, making friends, and finding their independence in the age of Zoom University. 

Inside Michael Nevett’s World of All Things Politics

The sophomore discusses his involvement in Penn Dems, March For Our Lives, and the future of Philadelphia politics.

Maura Fay Wants Everyone to Join The TableTalk Conversation

TableTalk Co–President shares her love for the club that brought her out of her shell

Junior Chloe Gong on 'These Violent Delights,' Her Debut Novel Reimagining Romeo and Juliet

The Shakespearean story is a  'retelling by way of The Godfather in 1920s Shanghai'—and there might be a sequel.

Meet Michael Adjei–Poku: The Student Who Serves as the Captain of MERT

The senior talks about his tumultuous journey choosing his majors and his favorite parts of MERT shifts.

Meet Angela Schmitt: Penn's Crepe–Loving Entrepreneur

The junior tells us about how her love of crepes led to her running a business. 
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