Opinion

10/29/17 11:38pm
Mental health may be a general term, but in reality, it looks so different to so many different people, especially to various communities and cultural groups on campus.
10/29/17 4:55pm
SARAH KHAN is a College freshman from Lynn Haven, Fla.
10/25/17 11:51pm
We are eager to do what is expected of us when the trend calls for it, but we don’t let that influence anything we do in real life.
10/25/17 11:50pm
We hope that administrators will take the ideas, concerns and critiques expressed through the PULSE survey and Campus Conversation seriously, but for either of these efforts to be of any use, we the students need to participate heavily.
10/25/17 9:41pm
We so often predicate our existence on someone else’s — their successes are your successes, and you avoid any information whatsoever that might point to their failings.
10/25/17 5:20pm
BRAD HONG is a College sophomore from Morristown, N.J.
10/25/17 5:18pm
SIYIN HAN is a College senior from Birmingham, Ala.
10/24/17 11:51pm
CASSANDRA JOBMAN is a College freshman from Garland, Texas.
10/24/17 8:14pm
What’s going to matter in the very end is how you appreciated the details of what you did have — how you lived every day.
10/23/17 10:13pm
CLAUDIA LI is a College senior from Santa Clara, Calif.
10/23/17 7:11pm
The administration can no longer blindly point to Counseling and Psychological Services and shut down parties in hopes that mental health issues and the consequences of binge drinking will vanish. 
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.
10/23/17 7:10pm
Although the trend of admitting over 50 percent of each freshman class in Early Decision has its drawbacks, it is ultimately the best system for ensuring the most committed Penn class.
10/23/17 3:02pm
BEN CLAAR is a College junior from Scarsdale, N.Y.
10/23/17 2:20pm
College students, whether they are secular or religious, are religious. That is, they have dogmas, cults, temples, scriptures, prooftexts, prophets, methods of absolution, and methods of excommunication.
10/22/17 11:22pm
Clearly, the commercialization of American universities means that monetary concerns are starting to outweigh intellectual ones.
10/22/17 11:18pm
Inclusion in discussion and class participation is obviously a noble goal, but the notion that race and gender are appropriate criteria to decide who gets a voice is at best a misguided one.
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?
10/22/17 5:18pm
SARAH KHAN is a College freshman from Lynn Haven, Fla.
10/18/17 7:50pm
For the safety of students, faculty and staff in University City and West Philadelphia alike, DPS must expand the scope of its alert policies so that the Penn community are more frequently notified about any imminent dangers.