Columnist Artur Vllahiu argues that Penn's liberal arts education does little to encourage students to challenge the status quo and create radical change.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen argues that Penn's replacement for Penn InTouch will do little to improve the fundamental issues with Penn's academic and advising systems.
Columnists Andy Yoon and Emily Chang argue that Penn must bridge the resource divide between Wharton and the other undergraduate schools.
Columnist Joseph Squillaro discusses how to deal with the fear and anxiety that comes with catching pseudo-COVID-19.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi discusses how local politics are both more impactful and less partisan than national politics.
Columnist Liali Sofi reflects on the demographics of friend groups on campus and how we can build more mixed communites.
Columnist Yomi Abdi writes about the racialized nature of Penn’s party scene and how it leaves people of color out.
Columnist Jaden Cloobeck discusses how to navigate the maze that is finding new housing for a school year.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz discusses changes that can be made to improve Penn's college housing.
Columnist Surayya Walters discusses how to find happiness without a return offer.
Columnist Daniel Andre Gurevitch reflects on gratitude and memories after his grandmother was critically injured in a hit-and-run.
Columnist Isabella Glassman argues that Penn professors must make more accommodations to ensure Penn students who miss class for health reasons aren't being punished
Columnist Connor Gibson revisits Marina Keegan's essay "Even artichokes have doubts" 10 years later.
Columnist Jaden Cloobeck explores bystanderism, offering an analysis of why so many turned a blind eye when a Penn student was beaten at a Castle fraternity party.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz looks at the historical roots of fraternities and sees how ideas of service could be brought back to the modern day.
Penn Leads The Vote argues that Penn students must register to and regularly vote in order to shape national politics.
Caroline Magdolen encourages us to give back to the local ecosystem, even in urban spaces like Philadelphia, as seemingly harmless inaction can lead to exponential damage in the long run.Columnist Caroline Magdolen argues that we need to pay more attention to Philadelphia's ailing ecosystem and squash lanterflies!
Columnist Taja Mazaj argues that Penn is ignoring the tools it already has to avoid a campus outbreak of COVID-19.
Columnist Emily Chang discusses simple changes to make the dining halls run more efficiently.
Columnist Asaad Manzar discusses his experiences with social anxiety in college, and how he overcame it.