I am throwing JFK a hundredth birthday party on May 29th. The signature drink will be the Jack & Coke; pun intended.
I was struck by a conversation that my friend had the other day. Like me, she identifies herself as part of the “green” scene, someone who cares about and advocates for the environment on Penn’s campus.
ISABEL KIM is a College senior from Warren, N.J., studying English and Fine Arts.
The one other time I wrote about my experience as the “DP Guy,” I mentioned that I grew up listening to The Clash.
I’ve spent four years studying philosophy, and all I have to show for it is a lot of uncertainty about life.
It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. Actually, it was probably more worst of times, but who’s counting?
The Daily Pennsylvanian has a challenging road ahead.
The entire media industry is changing.
There’s nothing sadder than the final page of a book.
“LEAVE AND NEVER RETURN.” I would read those four words every day as I exited 4015 Walnut. Yet every day, I always returned.
On the night of Nov. 8, 2016, while the world watched the unexpected ascent of Donald Trump to the presidency, I had one mission: to put out a paper.
At The Daily Pennsylvanian, I aspired to share the best stories that the Penn community has to offer, to translate the hearts and souls of my peers into words on a page.
How do you say goodbye to a column that you’ve been writing for two years? How do you wrap it up, sum it up, just like that, when there is still so much more left to say, to reflect on, to think about?
In last Wednesday’s paper Calvary Rogers argued in favor of increasing soft censorship in America and at Penn.
When I took my first campus tour of Penn as a high school student, I fell in love with Locust Walk.
The Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice is a nonpartisan, national research and policy hub producing and disseminating research designed to prevent errors in the criminal justice system.
BEN CLAAR is a College sophomore from Scarsdale, N.Y.
Whenever I find myself walking on campus I do my best to have an item that is related to Penn with or on me.
Our compassion is rooted in our ultimate yearning for human flourishing — the ability for each and every person to pursue happiness, to be productive, to thrive in a community and to reach their full potential.
BRAD HONG is a College freshman from Morristown, N.J.
When I first applied to be an opinion columnist, the application asked one question which will forever stick out in my mind, “What do you want your column to be known for?” I answered, “I want my column to provide a voice for Asian Americans, because we don’t often get to hear the perspective of the most silent group in America.”