“SOCIALISM REVIVED” proclaimed last Thursday’s print DP headline, introducing a feature on a student group calling itself Students for a Democratic Society and Penn’s chapter of the eponymous ‘60s radical group.
Despite the shamelessly sensational headline, the group’s birth is basically a non-event.
My experiences within the Jewish community at Penn have almost exclusively pertained to politics and religion.
My roommate and I were walking to a restaurant downtown for Restaurant Week when a man suddenly popped out from the row of cars parked alongside the street.
For an event that promised to be all about their distinctions, Thursday night’s Democratic Debate left out what might be the biggest issue currently separating Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders: their huge discrepancy in support from African Americans.
SHUN SAKAI is a College junior from Chestnut Hill, Mass.
RONG XIANG is a College Freshman from Cherry Hill, New Jersey.