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Julia Esposito


Making Worlds is Making Strides Towards Inclusivity

This local bookseller has found a silver lining among the summer's chaos: People are thirsty for books.

Why Upperclassmen Should Check Out This Year’s Penn Reading Project

James Baldwin's "My Dungeon Shook" reminds readers that the America of the 1960s isn't all that different from today's.

How #BLM is Reshaping Major League Baseball

As the MLB shows support for the Black Lives Matter Movement, many are questioning whether or not it's enough.

Surpassing Deadlines: Finnegan Biden's Successful Campaign to Extend Pass/Fail

Motivated by the concerns of her fellow classmates, rising senior Finnegan Biden successfully petitioned Penn's administration to extend grading options

Ego of the Week: Noa Jett

Meet the Jazz and Grooves director who enjoys photography and is passionate about helping her community

Ego of the Week: Ciara Brown

Meet the V-Day performer who hopes to one day join the NYC theater scene

Ego of the Week: Toni Rinaldi

Meet the Senior with a love for music and architecture

Gabriela Alvarado, CAFSA Board Member, Sheds her Anonymity

Meet the first-year who has been an activist since high school

Ego of the Week: Rachel Prokupek

Meet the Wharton senior with a dream of opening her own restauraunt.

The Faces of Fossil Free Fridays

A closer look at the student–led movement demanding that Penn's administration address climate change.

I'm Done Waiting Around For Someone Else To Solve The Climate Change Problem

My long–time awareness of climate change didn't make me any less ignorant of it.

Up–And–Comer Matt Maeson Enchants Fans at the Foundry

The Virginia–based alternative singer performed a mesmerizing show.

Melanie Martinez Captivates Her Audience at The Fillmore

The alt–pop singer performed in Philadelphia on Oct. 30.
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