The root of the problem in Senate is not the existence of the filibuster. It’s a refusal to listen to the sense of the meeting.
Where have all our male role models gone?
Politics have flooded news portals for the last 16 months. How refreshing, to have a non-partisan two days.
Wouldn’t it be nice, whilst contemplating the ethical dilemmas in Dostoyevsky’s “Crime and Punishment,” to have a former lawyer in your class? And wouldn’t it be helpful, in the throes of Marketing 101, to have a data analyst on your team?
Pitchfork isn’t offensive. It’s hilarious.
I don’t want to know how much Romney’s horse cost. I don’t care to read Obama’s Occidental transcripts. I don’t have a particular interest in Michelle Obama’s shoe size.
Why the exclusivity in senior honor societies? Is it naive to think applications should be open to every student — not just those who have been tapped?
Curving systems render grading less about individual performance and more about the performance of others.
As admirable as Capogiro’s intentions may be, some students feel that unnecessary condescension and pretension reign behind the coffee bar.
As an unaffiliated student, I can’t help but begrudge the academic support that Greek members get.
Penn students have fallen victim to a savvy staff with a scheming knowledge of their irresistible inventory. Surely McDonald’s must be taking advantage here.
Wharton does not only cater to manic number crunchers and Wall Street wannabes. Let business take its place alongside arts and humanities.
At Penn, I find myself tiring of dispensable introductions and the casual conversations that follow. The prevalence and acceptability of disposable relationships is simply unnecessary.
The Cognoscenti program — created in response to similar sessions offered by the Wharton School and the School of Engineering — hosts a question-and-answer panel every weekday for prospective students and their families.
Students gathered Wednesday night to discuss homophobia and spread awareness of “men on the down-low.”
Mindfulness@Penn is a new club on campus that provides bi-weekly guided meditations for the Penn community.
When two Penn alumni met in Buenos Aires last December, its streets were frozen yogurt-free. Less than 10 months later, they opened the city’s first frozen yogurt store, Top It.
College sophomore Christopher Cruz-Guzman was elected the new United Minorities Council chairman yesterday. Cruz-Guzman discussed his plans to promote unity, diversity and awareness on campus with the Daily Pennsylvanian.
The Race Dialogue Project set up a display in the Claudia Cohen Hall Fox Gallery this Sunday. The group aims to foster a dialogue on campus by providing “a magnified look at the layers of race.”
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with College junior Nicky Singh, the new Asian Pacific Student Coalition chairman as of Wednesday.