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Emily Orrson


Coffee Counter Culture

How Avril 50 stuck it out for so long.

Printed Yellow

This thrilling examination of the evolution of portrayals of Asian–Americans in comic books charts the last half–century of American racial sensibility and its pop culture influences.

Musical Notes: When Streaming Went Social

Facebook wants our religious views. Our hometowns, the languages we know. It wants our relationship statuses, our favorite movies — and now it wants our soundtracks.

Campus Gems: Jerusalem Stabile by Alexander Calder

Penn has been home to the inventors of MeepMe, bifocals and the toast zambini.

Artspiration: Claes Oldenburg’s “Paint Torch”

Split Button, Penn campus’ cleverly adopted sex symbol, is not the only oversized domestic object in Philadelphia.
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