T h is time last year, Penn (along with the rest of the higher education community) was anxiously awaiting the decision of a Supre me Court case that had the potential to seriously alter current admissions practices: Fischer v. University of Texas .
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Guest column by Denzel Cummings, Abrina Hyatt, Abel McDaniels, Diana Cabrera, Katherine Mateo and Dawn Androphy | More than a theme, not just a costume
As six concerned members of the Penn community who strive to foster multicultural dialogue, we find the general trend of parties that serve to culturally objectify and vilify certain groups on campus deeply concerning.
The issue of mental health has recently been given a lot of attention on campus. It has been on the agenda of various meetings; it has also been the impetus for the creation of new advisory boards and coalitions. There is a growing sense and demand that the University should not only do more to increase awareness of existing mental health services, but also do a better job of promoting students’ mental wellness overall.
We started this week by commemorating the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Like many other Penn students, I worked on a service project and proceeded to enjoy my day off. But then I got to thinking about the point of the holiday and the man himself.