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Sruthi Srinivas


Songs That Can Make You Climax

A list of six tracks that play like the melody of an orgasm

Walk a Couple Blocks to Amma’s for Your Home Away from Home

No matter your heritage, you can count on Amma’s South Indian Cuisine’s new University City location for a taste of comfort and familiarity. 

Why Stigma Perpetuates a Lack of Access to the Monkeypox Vaccine

An ongoing tale of government mishandling and repeated history

The Main Character's Burden

On 'The Summer I Turned Pretty,' teenage summer fantasies, and what it means to live a life of passivity. 

Stop Gatekeeping Your Favorite Artists from TikTok

We want to keep the music we love from social media circulation. Why? 

Volume 3 of ‘Love Death + Robots’ Proves Animation is the Most Human Medium

‘Love Death + Robots’ shows that it only takes a few minutes to capture the human experience—and it doesn't matter how you do it.

Let’s Get Disoriented

Rising junior Megha Neelapu discusses the Disorientation Guide and its deep roots in community advocacy.

Combatting Sex Work Stigma Using Arts Advocacy

Strongly rooted fears of prostitution and the trade is the last wall to break before meaningful reform—and the arts may be a useful avenue for achieving it.

‘Flipping the Script’ Speaker Series Learns From Existing Diversity in Hollywood

This two–week event on Penn’s campus celebrates the unique backgrounds of underrepresented creatives in the film and television industry.

Craving Cozy Ethiopian Food? Buna Cafe’s Got You Covered.

This West Philadelphia spot has plenty of vegan and vegetarian options for lovers of lentils, spices, and flavor–packed meals. 

How Philadelphia’s Immigrant Students Are Being Failed by the State

Inequity in public education has been the norm for years. This Pennsylvania lawsuit is hoping to change that. 
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