Our life, the beating of the heart, the joy of friendship, the peace of well-being — these are the most precious gifts. Nothing is more important than them. No exam, no recruitment, no rush, no anything is more important.
If meaningful change is to occur, it will take the work of more than just administrators.
I beg the defacers of Penn Secular Society’s poster to please stop.
The Penn Secular Society wants everyone to stop believing in G-d because, well, because they don’t believe in G-d.
Collegiate ACB perpetuates the culture of violence that ASAP, and so many other student groups and individuals, work to combat.
Two weeks ago, the Philadelphia City Council — supported by local animal advocacy nonprofit The Humane League — passed a resolution endorsing Meatless Mondays.
SAC can either give out less money across the board or disenfranchise the many students who have no say in the matter.
This letter is in response to two recent articles published by the Daily Pennsylvanian (“Campus crime log disclosed minors’ identities,” 9/12/2013; “Names of arrestees not in campus crime log,” 9/27/2013) on the topic of the crime log published by the Division of Public Safety.
The argument that our campus isn’t safe to the point where we should carry guns on campus is a non-issue.
I knew Sheldon Hackney, the Penn history professor, and that man deserves to be celebrated unconditionally.
Penn Police protects our stores, not our students.
I found the DP’s fawning interview with Adrian Raine disturbing and free of the skepticism that one would think ought automatically accompany broad claims about brain chemistry and criminal behavior. It read more like a PR release than an interview from an otherwise excellent newspaper.
I read with interest about the installation of water bottle filling stations at Wharton.
Vegan options are everywhere nowadays as a direct result of student pressure.
257 corps members are students at Penn’s Graduate School of Education.
One of the projects at Nazarbayev University is to establish Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools all over the country.
A center for the homeless at Penn — similar to the Hub of Hope — could be a wonderful thing both for helpers and the helped.
I was saddened, if not surprised, by the University’s plans to demolish 400 S. 40th Street in order to build apartments on the site
This summer, Penn asked all incoming freshmen to read the play “Doubt” as part of its Year of Proof.
No one is more disappointed about this than Penn Leads the Vote.