In your Open Letter of last week, you set aside your own political disagreements to denigrate policies that could lead to safety and educational equality.
To save our planet, we must focus on actions that have an impact, instead of symbolic actions that feel good but have little real-world benefit.
It’s easy to understand how pre-medical students can constantly feel overwhelmed by a sense of competition here at Penn.
At an institution that boasts of its numerous opportunities available to all students, I was a system blip that went down unnoticed. After declaring my departure from the program, I was instantly and somewhat viciously asked by Penn Global staff to return all previous funding.
The question here is not “Democrat or Non-Democrat.” The question here is not even “Democrat or Republican.” The real question is “liberal, conservative, independent, libertarian, socialist, progressive or none of the above.”
We must realize that the institutional popularity of colleges and sports programs is nowhere near as important as the lives and livelihoods of the innocent women, and men, they so readily sweep under the rug. Until then, an insidious culture that protects the image of influential organizations at whatever cost will continue to prevail.