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Colin Lodewick


Not on My Block: How New Development Threatens West Philadelphia’s Historic Buildings

Exploring the cost of new development in Spruce Hill, Philly’s first ‘streetcar suburb’

A Conversation with NYT Restaurant Critic Pete Wells

This NYT food critic and Penn alum shares his thoughts on Rhode Island cuisine, viral restaurant reviews, and the greater meaning of food.

Gourmands at Commons? It’s More Likely Than You Think

Sad seniors plate a three–course dinner at 1920 Commons.

Penn 10: Nayab Khan

Her motto is: "If you don't like it, fix it." She brings that same dedication to her blog, multicultural work, Instagram, and tea. 

The Ivory Tower is Built On Eight Dollar Smoothies

Franklin’s Table Food Hall and the decline of affordable food at Penn.

The Everyday Struggle of Trans Students at America’s Most LGBTQ Friendly School

Dissecting Penn's Trans–Friendly Reputation

D’JaGirls Go To D’Jakarta

Live fast, die young, bad D’JaGirls do it well.

Mugshot Magazine and the Coffee Culture Brewing on Campus

A new Penn publication about coffee culture

Artists Collaborate with Penn’s Program for Environmental Humanities

Artists Collaborate with Penn’s Program for Environmental Humanities

Penn 10: Camara Brown

Get to know Camara Brown, Penn's resident spoken word poet.

Claiming Philly's Architectural Influence

Why the Philadelphia School deserves to be recognized

The Secret History of Charles Dickens' Pet Raven

The elaborate and confused history of Philly's most famous bird

What's Coming Up at the Institute of Contemporary Art

Programs this spring at your favorite non–collecting university museum

Love and Lust at the Rodin Museum

A catalogue of passion

Fresh Off the Runway

Celebrating Identity at the V-Day Fashion Show

The Doctor is Ready to See You

Emma Sulkowicz's Pseudo–Medicine in Old City

What's in Fisher's Basement?

"Back Matter" at the Architectural Archives

Cycles of Life, Death and Revolution

"Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910–1950" at the PMA.

An Annotated Guide to Houseplants

Find the ideal plant for the ideal you.


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