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Anjali Kishore


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To Alaska and Beyond

James Chang is reinventing the idea of a post–undergraduate gap year.

Penn 10: Emma Van Zandt

Emma Van Zandt goes with the flow, whether that's attending Penn, surviving cancer, or starting the career she never knew existed.

Ego of the Week: Nathaniel Hess

Meet the senior who's swapping his beloved frisbee for a chemical engineering Ph.D.

Generation Pandemic: A Monument to Our Young People

How two seniors allowed us to understand American strangers' lives during the world's worst months.

Reaching for Repose

On cookies, comfort, and small pleasures that we don't let ourselves have.

On Black Culture, Societal Reckonings, and Penn's Place in It All

A conversation with Makuu Director Dr. Brian Peterson.

Campus Food Truck Owners' Favorite Items on Their Menus

Never worry about what to order again and learn the best thing on the menu from the owners themselves.

Ego of the Week: Sam Braffman

Find this senior hiking her heart out or channeling her inner fashionista. 

Food for Thought: Where Diverse Dining Begins

Penn Cooks aims to tap into campus diversity and bring students home one bite at a time.

The Happiest Place on Campus: A Glimpse Into WilCaf

WilCaf goes above and beyond when it comes to both coffee and composting.

Significant Others: The Evolutionary Impact of Friendships

How the often–underestimated power of platonic love makes us who we are today.

Ego of the Week: Jordyn Kaplan

Meet the aspiring teacher changing the world one student at a time.

Ego of the Week: Amiel Orbach

Meet the Engineering senior taking on the world of robotics, machine vision, and Harry Potter.

Will Sass is Already an Up–and–Comer in the Electronic Music World—And He's Only Getting Started.

Meet the beloved sophomore and DJ, whose recent remix of Trevor Daniel's "Alone" should be on your party playlist ASAP. 

The Quaker Girls Keep the Spirit Alive at Penn Sports Games

This dance team tears up the turf at Franklin Field and heats up the hardwood at the Palestra.

Ego of the Week: JJ Kampf

Between engineering, music, and a sports analytics internship, Shabbatones co–president JJ Kampf keeps busy.

Hurrah for the Red and Blue ... and Green? Penn Sustainability Keeps These Student Leaders Busy

Meet the students pushing to make Penn a more climate–friendly university. 

Onda Latina is Making Waves on and off Campus

Penn's premier Latinx dance group has an impact that extends beyond the stage.

Ego of the Week: Sneha Sharma

Health and legal activism are kind of Sneha's thing.
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