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Emily White


Crust Vegan Bakery: "A Business Built on Beliefs"

This bakery was able to open a new storefront, keep paying its workers, and donate to local organizations during the pandemic. 

A Pandemic Within the Pandemic: The Rise of Digital Abuse During COVID–19

How the virtual era has created new forms of harm, and what Penn should be doing to address it

Angelina Moles (@fiercefatfemme) on the Journey to Fat Liberation

Angelina discusses her experiences with medical fatphobia, eating disorders, and self–acceptance.

The COVID–19 Talk: Dating Edition

Two students and a CAPS clinician talk about setting boundaries and facilitating open communication. 

Are Health Tracking Apps Actually Good for Your Health?

Poor app design may put your medical data and mental well–being at risk.

Did Beauty Brands Stick to Their Promises of Diversity?

Beauty brands made a lot of promises this summer. Did they actually keep them?

Knitting Isn't Just for Grandmas Anymore

How the quintessential “old lady hobby” became a quarantine coping mechanism for young adults

Why Are We Still Talking About Kamala Harris's Outfits?

Harris has made headlines multiple times for her “remarkably unremarkable fashion.” But why is this a topic of conversation in the first place?

Should You Trust "SkinTok"?

Coffee scrubs aren't all they're cracked up to be.

An Ode to Chunky Shoes

On why we love these trendy kicks and how to style them.

Urban Exchange Project: Where Fashion Meets Family

This secondhand store is the best place to find fun vintage and upcycled fashion.

The Guide To Disposing of Your Old Clothes Responsibly

Even your pit–stained t–shirts and pilled sweaters can avoid the trash heap.

Gen Z: A New Class of Dystopian Heroes

How dystopian coming–of–age narratives shaped a generation’s political activism.

It's Not Easy Being Green: The Problem with Sustainability Shaming

Stop blaming consumers and start holding companies accountable.
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