Articles by Rebecca Alifimoff

04/26/18 9:11am
The unequal rules surrounding alcohol possession and consumption in Greek life, which tilt the social power balance in favor of fraternities, are at the heart of some of Greek life’s biggest problems.
04/10/18 8:44pm
I understand that Fling tanks are silly and seasonally inappropriate. But on an emotional level, I think they’re wonderful.
04/09/18 5:42pm
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03/27/18 10:08pm
Penn students should be trusted to make the most of their study abroad experiences, both academically and personally, without being limited by the narrow metric of the GPA.
03/14/18 12:16am
We can no longer completely separate our private lives from our technological footprint. 
02/20/18 8:35pm
In high school, I wanted more than anything to move away from Indiana and never return. Now that I’ve gotten my wish, I miss it with a longing ache.   
02/10/18 8:00am
I went through an administrative process only to end with links to readily available databases. My CAPS experience wasn’t a referral as much as it was a brush-off.
01/24/18 8:30am
Throughout my high school and college years, I’ve listened helplessly as friends and acquaintances have described encounters with their own Azizs, and I’ve cried to them when I had my own.
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