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Annabelle Williams


Letter from the Editor 3.20.2019

On my lingering fascination with female scammers.

BREAKING: 2019 Spring Fling Concert Will Feature Miguel and J.I.D, SPEC Announces

The 2019 Spring Fling Concert will be held on Saturday, April 13 in Penn Park. 

Letter from the Editor 3.13.2019

For three weeks, I didn't get a single Penn email. And I was so stressed that I didn't notice. 

Revisiting Oscar Night with Claire Sliney, Executive Producer of 'Period. End of Sentence.'

The Penn sophomore on winning for Best Documentary (Short Subject)

Letter from the Editor 2.27.2019

We all need a little breathing room.

Letter from the Editor 2.20.2019

Bad things happen in threes.

Letter from the Editor 2.13.19

Love can be overwhelming. But Street is helping me be okay with that. 

Letter from the Editor 2.6.19

On loving friends I've made through Street

Letter from the Editor 1.30.19

Fears are better processed in the Street office.

Letter from the Editor 1.23.19

On being weirdly tall, and accepting it

Chipotle Mexican Grill on Campus Temporarily Closed for Health Violations

The restaurant will be closed for at least 48 hours pending a re–inspection after a Cease Operations Order on January 16. 

Letter from the Editor 12.5.18

A (slightly maudlin) reflection on new beginnings, a mess of a freshman year, and loving Street.

Why I Left Wharton to Study English

It wasn’t a popular or practical choice. But it was the best choice for me. 

Not Going Anywhere: Frats and the Fight for Space on Locust

From tax exemptions to prime real estate, how fraternities continue to dominate the heart of campus—and why the topic is so hard to report on. 

'To the Polls' Exhibition Politicizes the Past to Mobilize in the Present

The show, run by StreetsDept.com and Mural Arts Philadelphia, aims to increase civic engagement and voter turnout in the 2018 election.

The Rooster, a Soup Company with a Soul

Comfort food worth crossing the road for.

LaughtHERfest Performance Brings Female–Centric Comics to Campus

SNL's Melissa Villaseñor and other comics took the stage in the performance on Saturday, Sept. 15.

What You Missed in the Penn Food Scene this Summer

Summer break brought a lot of changes. But fear not, we've been keeping tabs. 

'No Choir' by Florence + the Machine: On Sad Girls and Stillness

Florence + the Machine's new album 'High as Hope' is out now. 

Street Taste Tests UCity–Bound Halal Guys

Street tried the famous halal in advance of the UCity grand opening.
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