We received several letters to the editor in response to the events surrounding Newt Gingrich's speech at Irvine Auditorium on Tuesday night.
Michael McFadden — a past Wharton graduate student and the author of 'Dissecting Antismokers’ Brains' — wrote a letter to the editor outlining three points about smoking bans.
College junior Rachel Cohen wrote a letter to the editor about the superfluousness of a dining hall in the Quad.
College junior Matthew Correia wrote that increasing the general fee to cover club funding would cause more financial strain for families paying Penn’s tuition.
A grassroots movement would be ideal, and we hope that these LGBT workshops will serve as an impetus for individuals and fraternities as a whole to take initiative.
IFC President Harris Heyer wants to shed light on the LGBT workshops referenced in an editorial earlier this week. These workshops are not mandatory.
Wharton freshman Lisa Felber writes that students should bring controversial author Norman Finkelstein to campus, but they should acknowledge his extremism.
Penn graduate, doctorate and staff member Seth Kulick believes there is no basis for referring to Norman Finkelstein as 'anti-Israel' in a headline.
A graduate student wrote a letter to the editor commenting on the need for government-funded social programs in addition to the recent increase in social entrepreneurship.
A Penn parent wrote us to say the DP's coverage of alcohol and substance abuse presents a poor image of the University.
The UA writes about its communication with DPS after the Nov. 21 shooting, and a Residential Advisory Board member responds to a housing guide story about negative experiences with on-campus housing.
Letters to the Editor about the Division of Public Safety's response to the shooting and Emerson Brooking's column about DP coverage of Christian Lunoe's arrest and resignation.
DPS served us well this weekend, and we are thankful for their work in protecting the health, safety and well being of the Penn community.
There is a possibility that Congress will pass the DREAM Act. The bill would directly impact Penn students and help us meet the goals of the Penn Compact.
Letters to the Editor in response to Alec Webley's column about the 'It gets better' movement and a news article titled 'University enrolls illegal immigrants.'
Letters to the editor about a column on evangelical Christianity and a news article about the new Tea Party group at Penn.
A 2008 College alum responds to the toast toss controversy and a Penn Med researcher shares his thoughts on the Iraq War's impact on the Penn community.
The arrest of Michael Marcavage and Ken Fleck by Penn police shows a double standard.
Letters to the Editor about Senate candidate Pat Toomey's guest column and about recycling efforts.
Letters to the Editor about Alec Webley and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships