Senior Superlatives are among us, and it’s time to single out Penn’s hottest, most scandalous, and most legendary (namely, the biggest sword award). So here’s another chance to shine bright like a diamond, and to avenge that senior society you were cut from (sweetie it’s not you, it’s them!).
With honors like Most Likely to Spend Post-Grad Nights Writing on CollegiateACB and Most Likely to Make A Million Dollars with their First Start-Up, there is truly an award for every
Wharton student at Penn.
Click this link to cast your vote, and hope that, for your sake, this doesn’t end like your high school version did…
Street‘s back this week to dazzle and amaze you. (A girl can try, can’t she?) Well, here we go.
Our Ego of the Week, Rosie Brown, is seriously adorkable. Food & Drink brings you some intense donut making skills and a review of Federal Donuts. Can you say ‘doh?
This week’s feature centers on Student Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia (a homeless shelter run by Philadelphia college students). Kids can change the world, dontcha know?
Film brings you a review of J. Edgar. Spoiler: Leo is better in every other movie he’s in. Oops.
Arts kicks it with a Zine convention at the Rotunda and Lowbrow has some serious Mo-vember trends going on. Mo your brains out.
P.S.: GOSSIP GOES HERE.
So many restaurants on campus make us sick. The bad kind of stomach sick you only want to get after a long night of boozin’.
But fear not dear foodies, Street‘s here to cleanse your bowels… and brighten your appetite with the Dining Guide.
We’ve got reviews, listings and some definite food porn.
Pick it up on stands inside the DP today.
Street‘s back this week with an inside peak at the noticeable rise in Molly usage among Penn students. Check out what’s been going down at DayGlow and those Deadmau5 concerts here.
Film brings you a review of the revamped Footloose. Spoiler alert: the girl’s still a preacher’s daughter dressed as a hooch. Food & Drink send you on a sultry blind date to Greek spot Opa.
Our Ego of the Week Sika Gasinu climbs mountains, brews beer and helps drunk idiots as a member of MERT. Music checks in with Nate Ruess of fun. fame.
Want your hahas and OMG–worthy gossip? Don’t forget to hit up Lowbrow and Highbrow.
Sup’ brahs? Street‘s back this week with a feature–length piece on R5 Productions and its brand new music venue, Union Transfer. Spoiler: the concert space sold out its first show, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah on September 22.
We’ve got a complete guide to the Popped! music festival – make sure you don’t miss these top acts this weekend. For a more sultry look at the arts, check out this review of the Erotic Literary Salon.
We’ve also got a review of Brad Pitt’s new film, Moneyball and a spotlight on COOK, a downtown kitchen classroom that is simply mouth–watering.
Want more Ego of the Week? This week, basketball bid Jess Knapp and soccer star Adrienne Lerner show you how to really win a thumb war.
Tryna’ get your giggle on? See what’s up with Lowbrow here.
Get Your Groove On —
Tryna' hit up a concert this weekend? Check out 34st.com
's guide to this week's concerts here
. While you're at it you should probably see what's up on Craigslist Missed Connections
. Were you that chick in Bobby's?
Come one come all to the semester’s first issue of Street! We know you’ve been waiting oh so patiently so without further adieu…
Feature brings you the ABC’s of Penn, complete with a love poem to Koja, while Highbrow‘s all geared up with the latest batch of gossip and overheards (watch out for those tipsters). Don’t skip over our Ego of the Week, Zach Stone. We even got VIP passes to his crib!
Our Music eds break down the summer’s best new music apps and Arts keeps it real with the best of the Philly Fringe Festival. Food & Drink even has a guide to getting your eats on at campus crutch, Wawa.
OK, OK, we know you’ve all just been waiting for Freshman Superlatives so HERE THEY ARE. Go crazy kids.
Love Street as much as we do? Come to our writers’ meeting tonight at 6:30 at 4015 Walnut St.
Tweet for Twat —
If the first day of classes have you knee deep in the doldrums head over to 34st.com
and vote for the best Tweet of the week during NSO
. SPOILER: ZBT sent out personalized invitations to FRAT FRAT FRAT parties. Jealous?
Alexander McQueen At The Met:
If you're in New York
this summer you're probably a sad and wealthy banking intern or a poor and happy (emphasis on the poor) creative thinking intern. Either way, it's time to see what all the hype is and check out the Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art