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Hannah Lonser


A New Kind of Leader for Philadelphia

Four public servants have already declared their candidacies in what’s shaping up to be a competitive 2023 mayoral election—and in a vast departure from a historically male mayorship, the majority of them are women.

What’s Cooking on Campus: Meet Penn’s Amateur Chefs

For the best home–cooked (or dorm–cooked) meals this side of the Schuylkill, look no further than the High Rises. 

Alex Tewfik Talks the Future of Philly’s Food Scene

The 'Philadelphia' magazine food editor breaks down how the COVID–19 pandemic changed the restaurant industry—and what we can expect from its comeback.

A Guide to Philly's Quizzo Scene—aka 'Jeopardy' with Beer

When it comes to bar trivia nights, it’s Philly quizzo or bust.

The Resurgence of Disposable Cameras

How our desire for nostalgia led us back to Kodaks

Letter from the Penn 10 Editor

Class of 2021, this one's for you.

Penn 10: Sydney Lewis

The former Hillel president turned contact tracer talks about the importance of defaulting to yes.

Letter from the Dining Guide Editor

On telling the story of the COVID–19 crisis through food.

Love Issue: Letter From the Editor

What does love look like under lockdown?

This Boozy Bake Sale Is Getting Out the Vote in University City

This Saturday, booze, baked goods, and ballot request forms are on the menu.

Using Astrology As A Tool For Self–Reflection

How studying your birth chart can help you find yourself; or provide direction to change your thought process. 

Give Back From the Comfort of Your Couch and Volunteer From Home

Staying home doesn’t mean you have to stop volunteering.

Chronicling SHEIN's Problematic History

This is not the first time that #BoycottSHEIN has trended.

Let's Talk About Manifestation

Manifest. That. Sh*t.

Meditation: Hype or Helpful?

Meditation: Hype or Helpful?

Making the Case for Quarantine Boredom

Is boredom really all that bad?

How the 15 Percentage Pledge Is Holding Corporate America Accountable

For major retailers, fighting systemic racism can start with shelf space.

Support Philly's Black–Owned Businesses, Today and Every Day

Do your part to promote meaningful change in our community.

Thrifting, But Make It Virtual

Who said you needed a thrift store to thrift?

Get Your Steps In With a Walking Tour of Philly

Because it’s important to get off campus once in a while.
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