There are many different routes to academic success. Yet few classes allow students full rein over how to manage their time and efforts.
Students need to be respectful of even the most divisive speakers — including Newt Gingrich, who is coming to campus next week.
The USDA guidelines should be a call for organizations that provide food for large groups of people to take into account not only what foods are served, but how they are offered.
Why are we honorable enough to dispense the death penalty but not to mandate community service? Penn should introduce true student juries in the disciplinary system.
Penn students tend to apply to so many different internships that they couldn’t possibly want to spend their summers doing. That’s when the propensity to exaggerate kicks in.
Penn students have fallen victim to a savvy staff with a scheming knowledge of their irresistible inventory. Surely McDonald’s must be taking advantage here.
Like oil and water, the many races and cultures that comprise Penn’s population seem to just naturally separate.
College students have an opportunity to become politically active in the conservative movement via a very pressing issue — our national debt.
I’m thinking of doing something a little bigger for Valentine's Day this year. I’m thinking of getting married.
Overzealous initiatives to increase faculty diversity have overshadowed a more necessary bedrock of the Penn experience — a superb education.
Now that SEPTA is eliminating its outdated token system, Philadelphia has the chance to be the leader in modern transit fare technology.
Students should take advantage of the creative writing courses, which can complement every major and teach skills that transcend the subject itself.
To prevent students from choking before exams, use different ways to test them. Give them various options — take a test, give a presentation or write a paper.
In the place of the University Council (which is currently no more than a mothballed roundtable), create a “University Forum” where anyone can speak.
Students eagerly embrace preceptorials because they represent what is best in Penn students. These seminars are built on the belief in students’ willingness to learn.
Last Thursday, I turned 21 and, for the first time ever, I had an alcoholic beverage.
Penn students should be more aware of what Philadelphia's local government is doing. They should also maybe even vote once or twice.
Almost two-thirds of all Penn students have used WebMD for health information, but self-diagnosis may lead to the wrong conclusion.
Penn should offer special programs for students who wish to study for two years and then head off to join the workforce.
With so many Penn students looking for jobs in the finance, is it any surprise that reining that industry in generates little political excitement?