Columnist Andy Yoon reflects on a year of pandemic life and suggests some permanent changes that may make our lives more healthy.
Columnist Daniel Gurevitch offers his assessment of the college admissions scandal uncovered by operation Varsity Blues and how colleges can do better when admitting students.
In a special feature, columnist Varun Saraswathula examines the state of mental health on campus and assesses how we, as a campus community, can improve it.
Columnist Daniel Gurevitch urges the University to reevaluate its donations policies and be more transparent in disclosing donations from foreign sources.
Columnist Surayya Walters offers three things we can do to improve the experiences of women in business.
Columnist Isabella Glassman urges Penn students to prioritize their passions and interests instead of getting sucked in to a LinkedIn-fueled pit of finance and consulting gigs.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi argues that the future of the pandemic revolves as much on local governments as the federal government.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen suggests that Penn can do more to promote community wellbeing while being mindful of the pandemic.
Penn Leads the Vote encourages students to vote in the upcoming local primary elections.
Columnist Varun Saraswathula digs into the human loss of the pandemic.
Columnist Bridget Yu urges Penn students examine why they are partying during the pandemic and urges them to address their mental health in ways that are not hazardous to their peers.
Columnist Taja Mazaj reflects on her first semester and a half at Penn.
Columnist Jessica Gooding argues that Penn students must act to address systemic and societal issues brought to the forefront by the pandemic.
Columnist Emily Chang reflects on the root causes of the increase in hate crimes directed towards Asian-Americans in the United States.
Columnist Andy Yoon explores the harms of the "model minority" myth amid rising hate crimes against Asian Americans.
Columnist Alex Eapen discussed the harms Penn students cause when they get vaccinated from clinics designed to serve Philadelphia's Black community.
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that there is a disconnect between public support and government funds with regards to space exploration.
Columnist Isabella Glassman argues that professors should keep exams open book when in-person classes return to decrease exam-related stress.
Columnist Alex Eapen critiques Penn's pre-professional culture and offers suggestions on how students can find more enjoyment in their lives.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen investigates the status of sustainability at Penn and discusses how the University and its students can lead green lives at Penn.