From where I’m standing — not a student yet not a graduate — I have a unique view of life before and after graduation.
Despite knowing how important it is to find some place new, I have a hard time with the idea of leaving Penn.
Those who have impacted us seniors during our time here have already given us more than I could ever share.
I’m going to make a bold statement here and say I’m looking forward not just to senior year, but also graduation.
Now that Admissions is identifying LGBT applicants, it should take that extra leap and start inviting these applicants to Minority Scholars Weekend.
Sexual assault will always be a sensitive issue. But when it comes improving the efficacy of any justice system, a good dose of transparency goes a long way.
Maybe it’s all the fresh flowers, latent affects of fling or my own senior nostalgia, but I am in love with Locust Walk.
The University does not attempt to provide a standardized sexual-health education. It needs to do so before freshmen come to Penn.
So waitlisted students stalking theDP.com, take it from someone who sweated it out on the waitlist only ultimately to be rejected: Choose a college before May 1.
The hangover remedies that are likely to be useful are probably the ones you already know and find unsatisfactory.
If you focus all your attention on getting wasted, you’ll miss how great Fling can be even without alcohol.
Jumbled residency regulations don’t just confuse college students. They also significantly hamper civic engagement.
Students can find in retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens a champion of many of the causes they believe in.
Beauty does translate into happiness, and the science that claims it doesn’t isn’t connecting enough of the dots.
CURF needs to step up its efforts to let students know about fellowships and assist them in applying.
Student groups should teach students how to run a business and be fiscally responsible.
The senior project is something that no other academic experience can truly replicate.
Now more than ever before, a peer counseling program would be appropriate for our campus. It would be an excellent way to enhance unity as well as provide a valuable service for students.
PNC should not be in the business of profiting from the destruction of Appalachia.
If organizers behind the petition care so much about the Fling performers, they should get more involved in the selection process.