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Giulia Imholte


Penn 10: Tunmise Fawole

Tunmise Fawole on "living her best life"

The Silent Minority

Last fall, Andrea Pascual (W’17) walked out of Harrison high-rise to head to class for the day.

Good and Brave and Strong and Kind

We are stronger together and we need to remember that as we move forward.

BYO Roundup

A BYO For Every Occasion

The Only Valentines You'll Ever Need

Spread the love, kids.

Surviving the iPocalypse

Here at Penn, most of us seem to be attached at the hip to our phones, laptops, and other tech products. Our classrooms, homes and worlds seem to be constantly flooded with screens. This week, Word on the Street brings you the story of a computer crash, and how it changed one student's perspective on her technological dependence.

Coming Out of the Closet

Jameel Mohammed (‘17) Hometown: Chicago, Illinois Go–to item: "This bracelet I made this past summer." Style bio: "I’m really into Oxford shirts and American classics, polos and then I wear these combat boots almost every day. Because the whole idea behind my personal style and my design is to take classic styles and add an edge."

Film and TV with the Family: Giulia Imholte

There’s more to the holidays than just the food and travel. Some revolve around the television. Here are some family traditions that we are thankful for, no matter the season.

Gotham Recap: “Pilot”

He’s not Gary Oldman, but, like, capitalizing on a trend, ya know? (Aired on 09.22.2014)

Album Review: "This Is All Yours"—alt-J

Two years after “An Awesome Wave,” alt-J have returned with their sophomore album, a slightly disjointed compilation of beautiful, experimental tracks.

Dispatch: HIMYM "Last Forever Parts One and Two"

The series finale of HIMYM aired this Monday. Here's a play by play.

Album Review: Broken Bells

“AFTER THE DISCO” Broken Bells James Mercer of “The Shins” and renowned indie–rock producer Brian Burton—better known as Danger Mouse—are back, four years after the duo’s debut album.

Album Review: "Days Are Gone"—Haim

The Los Angeles–based Haim sisters burst onto the music scene during the summer of 2012 with danceable singles “Falling” and “Forever” that were ripe and ready for alternative radio play.
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