One of the problems that have baffled journalists for months now is Hillary Clinton’s extraordinary unpopularity.
Dear Amy Gutmann, Vincent Price, Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum and Monica Yant Kinney,
I, as a black student, do not feel safe on this campus.
In light of all of the violence that has and continues to occur to black and brown bodies in this country, I have one question for you all: Is it so difficult to, at the very least, write a letter speaking out against the genocide that is occurring across this nation?
It’s perplexing to me that you choose to remain silent, as approximately 7 percent of your student body, a 7 percent which I am a part of, grieves and mourns the lives of those with our same complexion.
CLAUDIA LI is a College junior from Santa Clara, California.
There’s a particular reaction that folks like me — who worry openly about the presence and spread of “trigger warnings” on American campuses — hear a lot.
BEN CLAAR is a College sophomore from Scarsdale, N.Y. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’d wager that more than half of the Penn student body either watched the presidential debate on Monday or at least kept track of it somehow.