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Julia Esposito


Penn 10: Natasha Chity–Guevara

The Hispanic studies major and Penn Persian Society co–president dreams of being a professor in Latin American literature.

Cooking Basics for College Students

How to find cheap, easy and quick dinner recipes.

Putting the Pieces Together

 How I developed a puzzling hobby to get through panic and anxiety.

Philia: A Playlist of Platonic Love

 Looking for a playlist to blast on Pal–entine’s Day? We’ve got you covered.

How Quarantine Saved My Penn Career

When the pandemic started, I was applying to transfer out of Penn. Now, I’m glad I didn’t.

A Love Story Between Coffee and an Anxiety–Ridden Student

Unpacking my rollercoaster relationship with lattes and cold brews

Overcoming the Male Gaze

My journey to realizing that beauty doesn't depend on what men think of me

My Body, My Insecurity

 How I tumbled down the rabbit hole of body insecurity

I’m Allergic to the Cold. No, I’m Not Kidding.

How I’ve grown into having an unusual allergy

On Tinder and Tarot Cards

How I learned what it means to love during quarantine

The Problematic History of Disney

How the beloved company has failed us in the past

The Pope Isn’t As LGBTQ Friendly as People Think

The Pope's recent pledge of support for same–sex civil unions is not what it appears to be. 

How Amy Coney Barrett's Confirmation May Affect Marriage Equality

And why the setup of the Supreme Court seriously needs to be re-evaluated.

Indigenous Communities Have Been Disproportionately Affected by COVID–19

How America is dangerously repeating its dark history of neglect and ignorance. 

Bad Things Happen in Philadelphia—But You Still Need to Vote.

Despite Trump's claims of corrupt mail–in ballots, you should vote.

Queer Dating On Campus: What It’s Like for Lady–Loving Ladies

A recently re–shaped social club, Sappho, aims to create a safe space for Queer women. 

How I Morphed into an Obsessive Tea Drinker

(And why I don't regret it).

How I Morphed into an Obsessive Tea Drinker

(And why I don't regret it).

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.
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