Although unconventional, it may pay to pursue a career path that aligns most with one’s passions.
BEN CLAAR is a College junior from Scarsdale, N.Y.
We must change the over zealous culture that has come to dominate college campuses by being more accepting of opposing ideas and hiring more conservative faculty.
CLAUDIA LI is a College senior from Santa Clara, Calif.
As I near the end of my Penn education, I can’t help but begin to reflect on my time here and the effects it has had on me as a person and a student.
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.
After the recent events in Charlottesville, Va., the status of Confederate statues all across the country has come into question.
There is strong evidence of racial discrimination against Asian Americans when it comes to the college admissions process.
With thousands of new students embarking on their Penn journeys this week, our university is getting thousands of stories deeper. The best advice I can give anybody this year is hear out as many of those stories as possible.
CASSANDRA JOBMAN is a College freshman from Garland, Texas.
Exactly one year ago, in its Columbia University decision, the National Labor Relations Board reconciled a decades-long inconsistency in employment law.
We, a group of Penn alumnae and current students, wish to address white supremacist violence and discourse in America.
My parents took a risk. Two freshly minted Ph.D.'s, raised in poverty, leaving their home country, coming to America.
In the recent opinion article “Paying the price for breakdown of the country's bourgeois culture,” published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, law professors Amy Wax and Larry Alexander lament the loss of the “bourgeois cultural hegemony” of the 1950s.
As a community and as individuals we are shocked and saddened by the deadly, violent events in Charlottesville yesterday, and we grieve for the victims and their families.
“You have two months left to live.” The doctor delivered the words with a steel, monotone voice without looking up from his computer.
My friend recently interviewed Bing Chen, an extremely successful 2009 College graduate and a person I look up to as almost a role model.
CLAUDIA LI is a College junior from Santa Clara, Calif.
Nearly all the town's buildings had been razed for scrap wood, and those that remained standing had either caved-in, or seemed to be held up by the dead trees rising besides them.
ISABEL KIM is a College senior from Warren, N.J., studying English and Fine Arts.