Articles by Sara Merican

12/11/17 8:05pm
The fall semester is just about to end and a lot has happened that has left lasting impressions and changes on this campus.
12/03/17 11:07pm
The city can widen our horizons, teach us lessons and help us develop a healthier view on life, society and our goals.
11/19/17 11:10pm
There is great education and adventure in taking classes in a subject that is not only foreign to us, but also challenges our fundamental assumptions and beliefs. 
11/05/17 10:48pm
In general, how can student activist groups lobby Penn's administration effectively in order to promote change? 
11/05/17 10:43pm
From freshmen to upperclassmen, student club member to club president — we all have our own “spheres of influence," no matter their size.
10/23/17 7:10pm
The politics of presentation and representation are complex and therefore it is crucial that as many voices as possible are heard.
10/22/17 11:16pm
Is Penn filling up too much of its classes through early decision? Should there be any changes to Penn's admissions policies with regards to early decision?
10/09/17 12:38am
Instead of always spending time agonizing over how to boost the number of people attending our club’s next event, we should perhaps take some time to go to a friend’s concert or activity.
10/02/17 12:19am
Gratefulness is a bit like a muscle — you have to use it or you lose it.  It’s something you get better at with practice.
09/25/17 12:14am
I refuse to dress my words up anymore, or play mind games with words. I want my words to be true.
09/17/17 10:50pm
This semester, I had second thoughts, but ended up registering for Korean again. Something keeps me going back.
09/10/17 10:06pm
I sometimes forget how wonderful inefficiency is, in a fast-paced environment like Penn’s.
08/27/17 8:07pm
The search for “home” and the need to belong often nags at the back of our heads and tugs at our hearts as we navigate our way through Penn.
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