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Opinion Columns

11/03/09 4:35am

Lindsey Stull | Me, Myself and my IUD

Lena Chen, Harvard senior and author of the popular blog “Sex and the Ivy,” knows she will be baby-free til 2014. Is she psychic? Celibate? Nope. She has a brand new baby-fighting friend in her uterus.
11/02/09 3:39am

Heidi Khaled | A trick too many on Halloween

One neighborhood's tradition of holding an earlier Halloween to exclude "other" trick-or-treaters is extremely suspect.
10/30/09 1:09am

Rohini Venkatraman | Getting a Wave going

When professors say the words "group project," a collective moan rises from the seats. Between class, work, rehearsals and GBMs, it is almost impossible to find a time when all group members are free to meet.
10/30/09 1:02am

Katherine Rea | Keeping it close to home

Languages and regional, religious and gender courses give students the chance to see the world from a different perspective.
10/29/09 4:56am

Arielle Kane | Living in a material world

Although the psychological benefits of shopping are still debatable, what it can represent still means something.
10/28/09 4:05am

Ashley Takacs | A true partnership

It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood as Penn's Architecture Department joins hands with local groups to build housing
10/28/09 4:01am

Emerson Brooking | A Phever around campus

The Phillies' recent success has brought them a cadre of new Penn fans.
10/27/09 4:16am

Sam Bieler | Tunneling their way to Penn lore

The possibility of tunnels and crawl spaces running underneath campus have long dominated Penn lore
10/27/09 4:12am

Lindsey Stull | Give us a break

Last week's fall "break" is a situation that should be avoided at all costs in the future, for the sake of our sanity.
10/26/09 5:14am

David Lei | Bringing Net policy into the 21st century

More students need to know their rights and responsibilities to Internet privacy, and administrators can work on streamlining a policy as technology changes
10/26/09 5:07am

Lauren Burdette | All politics start local

There's still a chance for students to educate themselves on the issues in the upcoming election.
10/23/09 3:40am

Katherine Rea | Dropping the spirit stick

We have three more home football games this year, and it all starts with the fans. Students should show up to support their team.
10/23/09 3:38am

Sally Engelhart | Eating for energy

Knowing what you’re eating can help you stay awake, even pull an all-nighter.
10/22/09 1:02am

Editorial | Respecting research

Sen. Coburn's proposal to curtail political science research is incredibly narrow minded
10/22/09 1:00am

Maya Brandon | Surviving swine flu

Four days in the life of one student with a virus that mimicked swine flu
10/22/09 12:57am

Dennie Zastrow | Better serving students and the community

There's no good reason not to turn HUP into a rape-designated facility to better treat victims of sexual assault
10/21/09 4:26am

Arielle Kane | Time to stop the madness

Arielle Kane's appalled at last week's drama, and the lengths people will go for their 15 minutes
10/21/09 4:22am

Emerson Brooking | Too much of a good thing

Emerson Brooking discusses how too much agreement can lead to complacency
10/15/09 4:16am

Rohini Venkatraman | Beyond WebMD for personal health care

The Internet allows health care to get individual, down to iPhone apps