With a balancing act like no other, it becomes exceedingly difficult for student-athletes at Penn to perform well without forgoing their physical and mental health.
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For many Penn students, New York often seems the only possible destination after graduation. You might think you need to do whatever it takes to make it there.
The fall semester is just about to end and a lot has happened that has left lasting impressions and changes on this campus.
The drive to create some sort of legacy, though often expressed in unusual ways, stems from a common desire to remember and be remembered.
Though our food is an integral part of our college experience, the costs of eating should not tie us down and hinder us more than our tuition, housing, and work already do.
Maybe losing our otherwise well-defined sense of kindness is just a part of growing up.
Those with the power to do so should improve the way that Penn students to recover from illnesses by extending SHS hours and giving students time to get better.
With Homecoming next week, what do you think Penn can do to have better student attendance at Penn sports events?
As someone whose reflections are based on just under two months of circumstantial observations, I think that there is something perverse about the tendency to dress to impress on a college campus.
Why do you think Wharton specifically receives the bulk of transfer requests and dual degree requests compared to the other schools?
If college administrators want their students to pursue careers in STEM, they should encourage, rather than dissuade their students through accessible courses for underclassmen that actively engage them.
Should Penn change course requirements so that students in Wharton, Nursing and Engineering can take more classes in their home schools or is the system fine as it currently is?
If we continue to major shame on a larger scale, we’ll most likely study subjects we don’t care for and will perform poorly in our studies. If we don’t enjoy what we’re doing, it will be much harder for us to succeed in the long run.
Should universities care about their ranking? Why or why not?
Instead of visiting schools, high schoolers should focus on what they truly want in their college experience.