Articles by Jennifer Lee

05/20/18 10:45am
As a rule of thumb, one should always avoid saying things they wouldn’t otherwise say to a white person. It’s always those good-natured comments like “I voted for Obama” or “I love Chinese food” that end up being deceptively hurtful. 
04/21/18 4:29pm
I personally lost $9.99 and was reported and blocked indefinitely from Tinder. So if you ask me whether it was worth swiping for Cardi, I would certainly say it was not.
04/15/18 8:40pm
Being involved in various communities is an essential part of college life, but frequent social events can rack up tremendous bills.
03/12/18 3:05am
Many Penn students’ fixation on fashion is due to the simple fact that we know people will be watching.
02/12/18 8:00am
Throughout the entire journey, from hopping onto a packed trolley car to emerging aboveground through the beautiful glass head house of Dilworth Park, I feel completely immersed in the Philadelphia community. 
01/30/18 1:50pm
Some may argue that Muybridge’s female photographs fall under the umbrella of “human motion,” but do photos of women on the toilet really constitute representative human movement? 
01/18/18 1:13am
Perhaps it is a way to connect with like-heritage students in a school teeming with people from every corner of the globe. Maybe, it is just a way to look cool.
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