Campus organizations and leaders show support for Wharton sophomore Tania Chairez, an undocumented immigrant.
A Penn alumna is disappointed by online comments responding to Tania Chairez’s guest column on being an undocumented immigrant.
Readers respond to a guest column by Tania Chairez, a Wharton sophomore and undocumented immigrant.
GUEST COLUMN: Undocumented and unapologetic
95 Penn faculty members express their solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
TOPICS: Occupy Philadelphia
GALLERY: 88 photos from Occupy Philly Thursday
When a K-12 public education system is based on property tax revenue, the poor will inevitably suffer.
Pennsylvania’s voter-identification legislation, HB 934, has the fingerprints of the shadowy, corporate-funded, right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council all over it.
Related: New state legislation may bar students from voting
We need to change the protest paradigm that thinks standing around, yelling general statements like “We’re the 99 percent” and hoping to get maced will accomplish something.
Topics: Occupy Philadelphia
A reader was saddened to learn that an actress from the CBS comedy “2 Broke Girls” recently addressed students at Penn.
Penn professor David S. Barnes argues that the University does not support bike commuting.
Related: Profs see biking as scenic and economical
College senior Victor Galli writes that the University is failing to abide by national and Penn-specific animal research policies.
Alec Webley writes that Brian Goldman’s recent column ignores the real issues with Penn’s alcohol policy.
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s coverage of Wednesday’s Durban III protest might leave Quakers confused about the cause for our sit-in against Durban III. To us, Durban III is not a Middle East issue; it is a world issue.
Charles Gray ought to re-examine his paradoxical argument concerning intellectualism.
1970 College graduate Joan Drucker Winstein criticizes Penn’s failure to cancel Professor Henry Teune’s class.
University City resident Brian M. Villa cautions Penn pedestrians to exercise more common sense.
College senior Ned Shell responds to columnist Ernest Owens’ criticism of Penn’s promotion of its gay-friendly atmosphere.
The Red and Blue Crew praises the Sophomore and Junior Class Boards.
Readers criticize an advertisement from the David Horowitz Freedom Center that appeared in the DP.
A reader wrote a letter in response to Penn’s Diversity Action Plan and thinks that it can only end in discrimination.
We received a letter to the editor in response to news that Penn was increasing its Korean Studies program.