Articles by Cameron Dichter

10/09/17 9:30pm
Promoting a dialogue on mental health is important but that doesn’t necessarily mean that all attempts to do so are equally beneficial, or even benign.
09/25/17 12:09am
By shifting its focus from sexual assault to alcohol abuse and hazing, the administration has unfortunately redirected our attention away from the issue that matters most.
09/25/17 12:08am
Do you believe that the task force efforts to combat sexual violence and substance abuse are currently misguided with regards to events monitoring?
09/10/17 10:07pm
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.
09/08/17 5:37pm
Should Penn admissions change its policies regarding legacy students? If so, what should it do?
08/23/17 9:18pm
After the recent events in Charlottesville, Va., the status of Confederate statues all across the country has come into question.
04/23/17 10:13pm
The Task Force on a Safe and Responsible Campus Community finally released a list of recommendations on Wednesday, but with one important issue seemingly excluded: sexual assault.
04/09/17 10:21pm
Every one of us, no matter our political views, has a campus issue that we’re passionate about.
04/09/17 8:55pm
GROUP THINK is the DP’s round table section, where we throw a question at the columnists and see what answers stick.
03/26/17 8:47pm
In the fall of 1993, Jahmae Harris, a then-senior here at Penn, received a frightening phone call to her dorm, the DuBois College House.
02/26/17 9:58pm
Everyone one of us, no matter how smart or hardworking, will at some point face the pain of rejection during our time at Penn.
02/26/17 6:09pm
GROUP THINK is the DP’s round table section, where we throw a question at the columnists and see what answers stick.
02/12/17 10:51pm
After discussing, in the latter portion of my previous column, the professional troll that is Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos, I was sincerely intending to pick a more pleasant topic for this week.
01/29/17 10:00pm
At The Daily Pennsylvanian’s Opinion Section we have a cardinal rule: Don’t feed the trolls! This is because — as is true in all online forums — divisive opinions tend to generate callous responses and replying to volatile comments usually just fuels the flame.
12/11/16 10:25pm
Back when I was in middle school and I hadn’t even heard of the name Donald Trump, my science teacher gave the class a lesson on how to search the internet — specifically, how to tell the good sites from the bad.
11/27/16 9:37pm
I’m not sure if it was because of my general air-headedness, or a product of the post-election fallout, but for whatever reason, I completely forgot to sign up for courses by the end of advanced registration.
11/13/16 11:48pm
What love means “We can not be free until they are free”  There is no simple explanation — and therefore no simple solution — for the tragedy that is a Donald Trump presidency.
10/30/16 9:20pm
In the words of Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price, “... at Penn everyone belongs.” It’s a strong sentiment, an ideal we should strive to reach.
10/16/16 11:34pm
Before Donald Trump’s Access Hollywood tape fades from the news cycle and becomes just another scandal in an election season that’s seen many, I’d like to make one thing clear: Trump’s words are locker room talk.
10/02/16 11:27pm
First we ruined the workforce, then marriage, then (somehow) the Olympics, and now, according to a recent New York Times article, even the election may not be safe from millennials.
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