This summer, like many Penn students, I don’t have a substantial lunch break at my internship in New York (which I suppose makes sense as they’re already abusing me by not paying me and also not hiring me in the first place). I’m writing this column to provide ideas and inspiration for those readers who want to save money for the weekend, calories for happy hour, and boring salads for when you’re back on campus and they cost 12 dollars of your money and 20 minutes of your time.
Making nights out better for bar–goers and bartenders.
Sex, gender and beauty at the Penn Museum's most recent exhibit.
Interpreting trigger warnings at Penn.
If a critic of the 19th century were to attend what is currently the Philadelphia Art Museum’s main exhibition, he might squint at the smudged, smeared, blotched canvases and describe it as “worth seeing for the same reason that one would go see an exhibition of pictures painted by the inmates of a lunatic asylum.”
The beautiful, chaotic moments of protest.
You will sit; you will eat; you will love
Because Halloween should be scary.
Anonymous ways to tell your lovers that you maybe gave them herpes.
Or does art imitate Penn? Let us know.
Enrolling at Penn was a huge mistake.
Ice cream sammy szn is the new SABSing szn
Delicious ways to leave your comfort zone
Whether you’re having people over to watch a few episodes or hiding in your room watching the entire season in one sitting, Street has you covered.
Not exactly what you would expect.
This Wednesday, the ICA hosted its fall opening of exhibits by Christopher Knowles, Josephine Pryde and Becky Suss.
Three Penn alums bring statistics to people who hate math and journalism to people who love it.
I am 21 years old, and I don’t know how to ride a bike.
More customers for Ramen Bar, cheaper noodles and deadly cocktails for me.
A West Philly staple is back and better than ever.
Navigating Penn’s hookup culture with uncertain reproductive rights
The PMA's "The Art of American Still Life" did little to move our attention.
Slut–shaming is out, kink–shaming is in.
Confused and sober? We got you.
“A long time ago, I found a cat that needed a home,” says Kathy Jordan, President and founder of Green Street Rescue.
We all know you brainstormed those captions at work.
I feel a little sanctimonious every year at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Sure, I drink wine with my mum as she does unappetizing things to the turkey.
When Penn students deactivate from Greek life
An evaluation more scathing than your Penn Course Review
In the fall of her senior year at Penn, Jess King (C’15) asked herself if education was the most valuable thing she could do with her diploma.
“Hell yeah, it is” she said.