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Tamsyn Brann


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The Siege of Troye

“Our duty is to protect Americans and tell the truth. It’s just that, at some point, you have a responsibility to come forward and say, ‘This is wrong.’”

Jonathan Webb, Black Comic

Jonathan (C'21) is ambitious with a morbid sense of humor: finance internships aside, his ultimate dream is stardom.

Letter from the Editor 09.19.2020: For Ruth

“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” —RBG

Penn 10: Jacob Hershman

Jacob, a campaign coordinator for Fossil Free Penn, feels an existential dread—and thinks you should, too.

Letter from the Editor 04.30.2020

Winds of change

Letter from the Editor 04.23.2020

Our place in space.

Letter from the Editor 04.16.20

It's okay to cry.

Letter from the Editor 03.13.20

A soothing word.

Letter from the Editor 03.04.20

When it rains, it pours.

Letter from the Editor 02.26.2020

How to grasp the ephemeral.

Letter from the Editor 02.19.2020

In which I overthink a very normal gesture.

Letter from the Editor 02.05.2020

I am content when the light is red.

Letter from the Editor 01.29.2020

Small, specific, and visceral memories are most beautiful.

Letter from the Editor 01.22.2020

We all want happy endings.
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