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Norah Rami


Art is Dead and College Killed It

The rising cost of higher education has sacrificed the creativity of our generation.

Before Taylor Swift was Sylvia Plath

Esther Greenwood was the original member of The Tortured Poets Department.

Guilty of Misrepresentation

The newest season of Law and Order begins with an episode that parallels Penn’s latest free speech troubles.

In My Passenger Seat

A picture is worth a thousand car rides.

Ego of the Week: Alyssa Chandler

This senior's art is making a statement through action. 

Mikel Elam is Before, Ahead, and Of His Time

Travel to a new universe with the work of Philadelphia Afro–futurist artist, Mikel Elam. 

Unearthing the Black Bottom

Nearly 50 years ago, the Black Bottom community was displaced by Penn and Drexel. Today, Penn archaeologists are trying to excavate its buried stories.

Ego of the Week: Mya Gordon

This seasoned senior is forever geared up for a new adventure.

Who’s Driving the Fast Car?

While Luke Combs’ cover continues to take a life of its own, it can’t replace Tracy Chapman’s queer–coded critique of the American Dream.

Return of The Prodigal Artist

Rediscovering myself in the arts community of my hometown

Inside Darlingside

With their new album Everything is Alive coming out today, this ethereal indie folk friend group is sure to become your next favorite.  

Review from Abroad: Where the Canvas Paint Dries

Art and artist come together in this interactive Houston exhibition. 

The Anti-Google Calendar Manifesto

Escape the confines of time this summer with Jenny Odell’s latest book, Saving Time: Discovering a Life Beyond the Clock

Ted Lasso Misses the Goal on Queer Representation

Despite hopes of inclusivity, Ted Lasso Season 3 gets a yellow card when it comes to queer representation.

Penn 10: Winston Peloso

This Penn senior’s path through academia has been filled with plenty of friction, and he’s forcing us to recalculate our metrics of success.

From Plan to Protest: Behind The Scenes of Take Back the Night

Shaking off the debris of the pandemic years, ASAP offers insight to organizing the return of Take Back the Night.

Self–Help Soundtrack: Podcasts to Get You Through Adulthood

While you’re SABSing in the real world, give this round–up of self–help podcasts a listen and feel just a little more grown.

Keeping 'Outer Banks' Classy

Love triangles aren’t the only conflict in the sociopolitical battlefield of 'Outer Banks.'

A Thesis on Change

Temple graduate students have moved from research to rallies as part of the TUGSA strikes towards achieving fair wages.

It's Just Hair

What would Nietzche say about 2 a.m. bangs?
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