BEN CLAAR is a College junior from Scarsdale, N.Y.
This semester, I had second thoughts, but ended up registering for Korean again. Something keeps me going back.
Penn’s competitive club culture is not going away, and rejection itself is not going away, either.
President Trump was right to rescind President Obama’s unconstitutional DACA executive order. He was also right to call for Congress to send him a bill making DACA U.S. law.
These Dreamers are more than statistics, more than business-owners, more than contributing students, more than researchers or computer scientists.
SARAH KHAN is a College freshman from Lynn Haven, Fla.
Should universities care about their ranking? Why or why not?
If all cultures are truly not created equal, then we must examine the downside of white European culture before pointing the finger elsewhere.
We place too high of a value on the number of choices we’re offered and we’re so in love with the agency we have that we don’t stop to consider how daunting it all is.
SIYIN HAN is a College senior from Birmingham, Ala.
BRAD HONG is a College sophomore from Morristown, N.J.
It is about time that we work against the social current that normalizes toxicity in our club culture rather than conform to it.
The College must offer less electives and instead use the space for more adequate development of each major.
CASSANDRA JOBMAN is a College freshman from Garland, Texas.
CLAUDIA LI is a College senior from Santa Clara, Calif.
As a freshman there’s a great deal of pressure to prove that you’re enjoying college at any school, particularly at one commonly referred to as the “social Ivy.”
In the American university system, we are connected, not separated.
I suspect that I will not be the only one who feels that 16 years of schooling has led us to no certain answers.
If I’ve learned anything from my peers, it’s that the goal of your four years should not be to seek out the best things about Penn but rather to find the things that you think need changing.
For the sake of our sanity, we must realize that it’s not necessary to overexert ourselves for resume-building activities we don’t actually care that much about.