Months after Steve Wynn’s name was removed from campus, the conditions for granting naming rights—and revoking them— remain mysterious at Penn
Wharton students and professors reckon with their school’s murky ethical education.
For Philadelphia natives, coming to Penn means re–examining their relationship with a city they have always called home.
She dyed her hair into every color of the rainbow.
Jay Fishman didn't speak English or know what fractions were before he was 15. Now, he studies computer science and fights for his community’s right to education.
A (slightly maudlin) reflection on new beginnings, a mess of a freshman year, and loving Street.
From homophobia within the black community to white feminism and more, intersectionality was more than a textbook term for me.
I realized that the hatred others had for Jews scarily resembled my own subtle self–hatred.
I came to Penn expecting acceptance. Instead, my lifestyle is still being mocked.
The movies Street writers and editors liked best this year.
The television Street writers and editors couldn't stop watching this year.
Add this Mexican telenovela to your Netflix queue.
The albums Street writers and editors couldn't stop listening to this year.
Those tracks nobody listens to on albums are better than you might think.
Procrastinate with Tiny Desk Concerts this finals season!
The books Street writers and editors couldn't stop reading this year.
Compared with New College House, these additions were under noticed and underestimated.
How PennDesign faculty David Comberg uses graphic design as a force for good.
Let's face it—you deserve one for walking through Penn's wind tunnels.
Does the “healthy” ice cream alternative live up to the hype?
Because we all know the marshmallow–to–chocolate ratio matters.
Looking for books to read over winter break? Here are some customized reading lists for all your needs this holiday season!
There is nothing more coveted than a desk during finals. Here are Street’s tips for how to secure a spot in Penn’s most popular study sanctuaries.
4th Wave Feminist: I had a dream that a man hit on me. Then I castrated him.
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