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Eva Ingber


My Summer of Being

Overcoming my fear of stillness and boredom—or at least trying to.

Ego of the Week: Stephanie Zhong

Meet the dual–degree Wharton and Nursing student, professional actress, and expert Zombie hunter.

Bridging the Discipline Divide

I’m a pre–med studying English. That’s not a contradiction. 

A Love Letter to My Quarantine Coping Mechanism

Thank you, 'sanity walks.' You've helped make this year suck less. 

Ego of the Week: Misha McDaniel

Meet the Beinecke scholar, Mellon Mays fellow, speculative fiction lover, and proud FGLI student.

Ego of the Week: Leah Baxter

Meet the triple major, Arabic speaker, and Kelly Writers House devotee on a quest for a life of adventure.

What Does It Mean To Be An Ally?

A conversation about allyship with four of Penn’s powerful Black voices about how the Penn community—and world at large—can ensure anti–racism is a movement, not a moment.

Billie Eilish’s “my future” Was a Surprise in More Ways Than One

Eilish’s unexpected single is uncharacteristically hopeful—and that’s just what we need right now.

Must Have Apps For An Online Semester

Some recommendations to ease life while navigating online classes at Penn. 

Can Social Media Moguls Redefine Masculinity?

From makeup to earrings to nail polish, how male social media stars seem to be pushing back against what it means to “look like a man."

The Kissing Booth 2 Is Two Hours Too Long

A whole two hours and eleven minutes of my life that I can’t get back.

Another Sickness Threatens Our Existence: The Disease Of Our Planet

COVID–19 serves as a reminder that we need to be asking ourselves how we can better treat our world.

The Enduring Message of The Lorax

Years later, Dr. Seuss’ prescient message in 1971 continues to be relevant and powerful.

Life, Interrupted

Coping with the present while longing for the past— when will things be “normal” again?

365 Days Isn’t Just a Movie. It’s An Affront.

While Athlete A fights standards and stigmas, 365 Days is not only offensive to women— it's dangerous.

Looking For a Sign To Change Up Your Hair? This One’s For You

Here are some tips and tricks to help you cut that sassy bob and nail that dye job during quarantine.

A Fortnite Guide for the Perplexed

Fortnite serves as an oasis of sorts, a place to go to escape reality rather than be reminded of it. Perhaps, it’s time I give the game a try. 

Pride Month Has Passed, But These Heartfelt LGBTQIA+ Films Endure

From forbidden love stories to informative documentaries, here are some films to watch whether or not it's Pride Month. 

Mainstream TV Should Make More Shows Like Normal People

Sally Rooney’s novel is exactly the kind of story teens should see on television

An Ode to the Audiobook

Why audiobooks are the perfect quarantine escape
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