Columnist Sam Zou encourages students to look at life with an abundance mindset instead of focusing on what we lack or what is scarce in the world.
Jonah Charlton, former editor-in-chief, redefines what he considers making it at Penn in the context of the relationships he has forged through his time at The Daily Pennsylvanian.
Columnist Zara Tena explores how disordered eating is common all across Penn, and what can be done to protect those vulnerable to it.
Columnist Riane Lumer analyzes the consequences of book purges as threats to democracy and societal interconnection.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford advocates for making it easier for Penn students to take classes at Drexel and Temple, and vice versa.
Columnist Ace Dahyeon Choi urges involvement in campus fashion due to its historical significance and modern-day social and professional relevance.
Columnist Mia Vesely questions the practice of legacy preference and the future of Penn admissions.
Columnist Victor Dubeux argues in favor of an ESG-focused Wharton requirement as a way to change Wharton students’ legacy and boost the Wharton brand.
Columnists Vinay Khosla and Lexi Boccuzzi introduce the potential candidates running for president in 2024, and debate who has the best chance at attaining the office.
Columnist Spencer Gibbs reflects on carbon emissions, climate action, and what living sustainably means as a Penn student.
Columnist Taja Mazaj argues that fraud is at the center of the modern corporatized university, and Penn's 4% increase in tuition is indicative of this.
Columnist Alex Baxter explores the intersection between individuality and style at Penn and in Europe.
Columnist C.H. Henry lays out how to best publicize club events and shows on Locust Walk.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz contends that because of the lack of separation between work and personal life, we have little freedom to pursue leisure for the sake of leisure, a necessary component of a happy life.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford argues for creating an environment at Penn where being on social media platforms is truly optional.
Columnist Julu Nwaezeapu encourages students to educate themselves on the carceral system in Philadelphia and to support prison reform groups.
Columnist Riane Lumer responds to the Resume.io study that Liz Magill reposted about university happiness rankings.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer argues that Penn must begin financially investing in its international students.
Columnist Aksa Choudhry critiques Penn’s refusal to pay PILOT’s and highlights the need for financial contributions to Philadelphia’s schools.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi concludes that Penn’s removal of the dean’s list is indicative of a larger problem in our culture of devaluing merit and not recognizing achievement.