I closed the door on my Penn career sitting in Huntsman Hall watching the timer as it ticked towards blinking zeros. My accounting exam was obviously going fantastic … what a way to go out.
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Last January, I assured you that this group of editors and managers would be “coming at you differently, with fresh eyes and new perspectives.”
To the Class of 2018:
The $25,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the murder of Don Ly is now being advertised on two billboards across the city.
The other day, I came across a Buzzfeed list: “The 33 Realest Tumblr Posts About Being A Person Of Color.” My thoughts proceeded as follows: 1) Meh, another Buzzfeed list, when will it stop? 2) I’m going to indulge myself anyway, as I occasionally do (save your judgment for someone else), then 3) Oh, this is interesting. I should share this with some friends.
On Tuesday, April 15, The Daily Pennsylvanian published an article titled “Welcome to the new Penn basketball” with an accompanying graphic of the Penn basketball team. In the graphic, members of this year’s Penn basketball team had either a circle around or an X over their faces to symbolize who would be on the team next year. Our goal with this story and the graphic was to show our readers the reality of the team’s situation with five seniors graduating, three players leaving and only nine players returning next season.
I came to one conclusion after watching President Obama plug Obamacare on a hilarious episode of “Between Two Ferns” with Zach Galifianakis: My disillusionment with our political system has reached an all-time high. For someone who even considered running for political office one day, I’ve never been less hopeful about the ability of our legislators to bring about meaningful change, or change at all for that matter.
I have changed.