As the price of higher education continues to climb, more colleges in the U.S. should also consider offering three-year undergraduate programs.
The city’s new plan for a digital-infrastructure overhaul may be exactly what it takes to bring Philadelphia into the 21st century.
Attending the seder was an invaluable experience that I hope other non-Jews have. Participation in another religion’s rituals will teach you more about that religion than a book can.
People of all gender and sexual identities need to intentionally be a part of the same community more often.
There’s a difference between having more options for self-expression and information and using digital skill as an identity.
if you are provided with the opportunity to work part-time during your Penn years, I highly recommend taking advantage.
For Penn to earn a higher credit rating, UPHS must continue to excel and the University must bring in more money through other means.
Penn does a disservice to many of its brightest students by dramatically limiting their ability to excel in their pre-med courses.
Tactics like the on-the-spot interview or an unexpected brain teaser not only provide the employer with a sample of how a candidate performs under stress, but they also allow the candidate to present himself in an atmosphere more conducive to creativity.
We should embrace Senioritis a bit. It may not be the most constructive condition, but it’s really a sign of how far we’ve come and how we’ve risen to this challenge that we first took on four years ago.
I wish real differences in priorities played a larger role in this year’s UA presidential and vice-presidential elections, rather than "unity" of everyone's priorities.
The jist behind this new line of "anti-energy" products, is that they supposedly produce calming effects, helping tense consumers unwind and relax. But from what I’ve read so far, I’m unimpressed.
By failing to recognize how many minority students are actually satisfied with Penn’s campus environment, minority groups risk pushing their diversity initiatives too far and significantly damaging race relations on campus.
It might be beneficial to remind Under the Button readers that, although humor is important, it should not be the sole factor in choosing how to cast your vote.
Developers need to lose their delusions of grandeur and see that Philly is pretty great just the way it is.
While the Libertarian party is growing, it needs to make sure it doesn’t sacrifice its principles in favor of increased membership.
The Penn writing seminar can be a wonderfully effective tool, but only if its applications are made more clear.
While it may sound odd to view the cutthroat med-school admissions process positively, competition can be a good thing.
Chasing the perfect jobs and the best grad programs requires us to be flexible about location and even a little transient right now — hardly ideal for settling down behind the white picket fence.
When incoming students equate Wharton with a well-paid job, they risk ignoring the other incredible opportunities that Wharton, Penn and their own undergraduate education can offer them.