Columnist Gladys Smith discusses whether Penn is truly giving back to the greater Philadelphia area through its current distribution of attention amongst local high schools.
Columnist Akiva Berkowitz calls for a "Penn 101" introductory course to foster class-wide unity.
Columnist Clever Earth proposes the implementation of mandatory mental health sessions to address the detrimental impact of Penn’s pre-med culture on student wellbeing.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi advocates for lowering the stakes of dating in order to create stronger, more meaningful connections.
Columnist Franklin Li shares his experience of and reflection on living in Gregory College House.
Columnist Hanadi Abdulkadir explores how sites like Sidechat can impact the broader Philadelphia community.
Columnist Jessey Shin writes about the hidden perks of living in an “unpopular” College House.
Columnist Andrew Stratton discusses how Penn should have a greater range of room rates when it comes to on-campus housing.
Columnist Noor Chafouk explores the socio-political dynamics of natural catastrophe, and how Morocco’s decision to assert its autonomy challenged the normative narrative that seeps into humanitarian crisis response.
Columnist Sose Hovannisian demands that the global community open its eyes to Azeri and Turkish atrocities and take action before more Armenians are wiped off the Earth.
Columnist Brett Seaton discusses how an aging political class impacts government spending and the future solvency of our country.
Columnist Chloe Chen criticizes the act of justifying overconsumption by shopping second-hand.
Columnist Spencer Gibbs decries the careless, incomplete sharing of news that is increasingly prevalent on campus and beyond.
Columnist Noor Chafouk details fallacies of freedom of speech arguments in the context of Amy Wax and the Palestine Writes Literature Festival.
Columnist Vinay Khosla dissects the harmful commodification of feminism that infused this summer’s cultural phenomena.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi posits that there is a much more traditional conception of womanhood at the root of the summer’s most iconic “feminist” media hits.
Columnist Riane Lumer argues that Elon Musk's threats to the Anti-Defamation League are a deterrent from his own pitfalls.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz argues that despite progress in the respect and interest in women’s sports, misogyny is still alive and well: both in the cultural discourse about it, and within the very institution of athletics itself.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi explains how the Sidechat discourse around Penn’s treatment of 9/11 is indicative of a broader culture of self-censorship.
Columnist Mia Vesely calls for reformed FGLI resources after Penn administration abruptly suspends a popular textbook access initiative for students.