ROTC students commit to military life early. How does that shape their Penn experience?
From babysitting to cooking to scooping ice cream, students in off–campus jobs find new skills.
I grew up loving Warped Tour and Taylor Swift, but I never felt welcome among their fans.
Underneath all that slick black clothing is an endearing group of 'ex–orchestra and band geeks.'
Students went on meaningful service trips to New York, Texas, and the Appalachians—next year, this could be you.
Meet the Penn senior whose passion for mass incarceration reform led her to start BARS: Beyond Arrests: Re–Thinking Systematic Oppression
To heal, we need to stop comparing and start understanding.
A long–expired license made me contemplate the idea of “fromness.”
Going public with my eating disorder a year ago changed the way I think about my identity.
Jesse Eisenberg and Alexander Skarsgård star in this drama that is about as entertaining as its subject matter: financial engineering.
This March, let's use film as a way to empower women and advocate for equality in all forms.
Yes. You read that right.
Penn’s pop/K–pop a capella group nails their Spring concert.
On March 18, he brought his 'Free Spirit College Experience Tour' to Philly to promote his upcoming album.
This past year has seen the return of the cowboy in music, but it's not a title meant for just anyone.
Olivia Klein and Chrissy Walker share their experiences with exploring creative careers in the fashion industry.
This Institute of Contemporary Art exhibition addresses global climate change through multimedia work.
An art class could be just what your schedule—and inner artist—is missing.
A meditation on why we use horoscopes as a means to understand ourselves.
The Philly dumpling scene goes beyond just dim sum.
Thinking of biking around Philly? Here are some things to consider.
SWUG: “Maybe this [Sex and Human Nature] class will teach me how to get laid.”
Bore Hole Enthusiast: “So, do you think Elon Musk is kinky in bed?”
Tidying Enthusiast: “I should Marie Kondo my friends with benefits.”
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