We must see the efforts of student activists — at Penn and elsewhere — as success stories that disprove Obama’s disingenuous and moderate approach to cultivating change.
With Penn’s large LGBTQ presence on campus, an upcoming Supreme Court decision has the ability to affect Penn graduates in many years to come, myself included.
Considering how prevelant sexual abuse has proven to be on college campuses, this clause strikes me as particularly alarming and severe.
To let go, we must admit that we can’t do everything.
Space on campus will not exclusively offer support for Muslim students.
Penn InTouch has many problems that need to be addressed, especially with the academic planning worksheet. Hopefully, PATH will be able to fix these for future students.
A first-year’s biggest worry should be the upcoming spring semester.
Once you get past recognition, the next step is shifting conversations from topics accessible to few to conversations applicable to all.
It’s impossible to know whether or not Homan was correct because he wasn’t allowed to make his case.
Costumes are meant to be fun, and they certainly can be while still maintaining cultural sensitivity.
While it does seem hard to believe, individual votes do make a difference.
I strongly believe this message to be universal. No matter what your circumstances, finding something about them to laugh at can lighten the load at least a little. And often, that makes all the difference.
Once the act gets dropped, maybe we can make space for an open dialogue about the deep divisions that are clearly present in our community — I think it’ll be better without that pretense.
With content created to empower and uplift, rooted in humility and a desire to see others succeed, we can reach millions of students who see themselves in us. Like the adage says, ‘’It’s not what you say, but how you say it,’’ that makes all the difference.
Are you making the most of your Penn experience? Can you see yourself in a stereotypical marketing photo? Or are you off to the side, talking to someone who looks just like you?
Even when we recognize risk, it doesn’t translate toward responsibility. In reality, we often drink as an excuse to be irresponsible for a night. So, of course, we deflect the job of calling out menacing behavior that we witness in this setting unless it becomes obvious.
Benjamin Franklin said that "by failing to plan, you are planning to fail." I’d like to challenge that statement.
When you observe the most innate and simplistic elements of humanity, wanting more for yourself and your family ranks at the top of the list
Men at Penn need to leverage their social privilege so that people of all genders can feel secure on campus and can experience Penn’s social scene without falling victim to assault or harassment.
Although official statements and claims decrying Wax’s ideals as not representative of Penn Law’s values is a good start, it’s simply not enough.