.The Nineteenth Century’s Miss. Independent

We look at the idea of an independent woman as an idea associated with modernity, but there are a few Olivia Pope-minded women hidden in older literature. The eighteenth and early nineteenth-century writer, Jane Austen, had visions of more than … Continue reading

University of Pennsylvania goes Art Dealer Chic

On October 26th, “beautiful girls, talented girls, creative girlsss” from colleges across Philadelphia flocked to Upenn to remind singer Miguel that he’s lonely. The Univ. of Penn’s Student Planning and Events Committee to Represent Undergraduate Minorities brought Miguel for the … Continue reading

Campus Spotlight: Ivy Sole

  Taylor McLendon, known by her stage name Ivy Sole, is not only a full-time student in the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.  She also serves on the boards of both Penn’s NAACP chapter the Society … Continue reading