3 Men’s Skincare Ingredients to Avoid →  October 13, 2014

Just as menswear has developed in the past few years, so, too, has men’s skincare. Walk into a local Sephora or Ulta, and you’re bound to find an entire wall dedicated to a variety of products marketed towards men. This gendering of skincare is a weird phenomenon, because it’s not just about the labels or […]

Health, New York, and Instagram with Melissa Vela Nicolini, C’15 →  October 9, 2014

Name: Melissa Vela Nicolini Hometown: Boca Raton, FL Major: Economics, minor in Consumer Psychology Year: 2015 Hi Melissa, let’s start by talking about health. What are some healthy habits that you try to practice daily? I drink a ton of water because I find myself very dehydrated throughout the day. I also keep a positive […]

Start the Day Right: The Morning Routine →  October 6, 2014

How you start your day has a huge impact on how you feel the rest of the day. There is nothing more powerful than starting the day on the right note. You feel happier, more productive, and more balanced as the day progresses. Any bumps in the road are more manageable, and everything seems a […]

Coffee and Blogs with Emily Ulrich, W’17 →  October 6, 2014

Name: Emily Ulrich Hometown: The Cape, Massachusetts School: Wharton Major: Economics, concentrating in Marketing/OPIM Since I know you love coffee, I want to start with this question: where is the best place to find coffee in Philly? On campus, Williams Café for sure. Off campus, I would say that Capogiro has the best espresso. The […]

A Chat with Elizabeth Oppong, C’16 →  October 2, 2014

Name: Elizabeth Oppong Major: Economics and Chinese Year: 2016 Hometown: Athens, Georgia Hi Elizabeth! I know you’re a busy person, so let’s start by talking about what you’re involved in on campus. I’m the Vice Chair of Education for the Nominations Elections Committee (NEC). I’m the Chair of Penn’s Executive Council of the American Enterprise Institute, which is like […]

Joseph and the Amazing Cool-color Dreamcoat →  October 1, 2014

The up-and-coming Joseph Altuzarra is the latest designer to collaborate with mass-retailer Target.  The line, which launched on September 14, puts fun and edgy twists on classic pieces. Fabrics like fur, velvet, leather, and python print, lend a luxurious feel to items, such as the leather-sleeve trench coat with back detail ($89.99). Altuzarra’s brooding designs […]

Item of the Week: Cutler & Gross Tortoiseshell Shades →  September 30, 2014

 Cutler & Gross Tortoiseshell Sunglasses, $500, Mr. Porter We generally associate a good pair of sunglasses with the intense UVA/UVB penetration of summer. On the other hand, we also consider fall a great time to refresh our wardrobes. Why let our eye protection fall by the wayside? These glasses for Cutler & Gross are a […]

Q&A with Sanlie Auyeung, C’15 →  September 30, 2014

Name: Sanlie Auyeung Hometown: Los Angeles, California School: College of Arts and Sciences Major: PPE, minor in Consumer Psychology Hi Sanlie! Let’s start with what extracurriculars you are involved with on campus. I’ve been with The Walk as a layout editor since freshman year. Soon afterwards, I joined Sigma Psi Zeta and have since been rush chair and […]

A Chat with Maya Rivera, C’17 →  September 26, 2014

Name: Maya Rivera Year: 2017 School: The College of Arts & Sciences Major: PPE, minor in Hispanic Studies “On campus, I’m involved with The Walk website as a junior editor and a marketing coordinator for The Walk as a whole. I’m also in the Vagina Monologues and a sister of Alpha Chi Omega. To stay healthy on campus, I eat […]

Beauty Profile: Rebekah Choi C’16 →  September 18, 2014

We’re back with another installment of “Beauty Profile!” Find out what some of the biggest fashion and beauty lovers on campus are influenced and inspired by, and how they think about beauty. Each week, we’ll discuss their favorite beauty products, health philosophies, and spots in Philly. See our previous installment here. Today we’ll look at Rebekah […]