Columnist Brett Seaton walks through the steps Penn can take to continue affirmative action while preserving the endowment.
Columnist Adeoluwa Fatukasi emphasizes the need for more travel programs for Black students as she reflects on the impact study abroad has had on her Penn career.
Columnist C.H. Henry supports Target’s expansion and calls for more stores to do the same.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer urges Penn to develop newer traditions that represent current and future classes.
Columnist Azza Elrashid highlights the importance of centering the community in service efforts while reflecting on her own experiences with civic engagement.
Columnist Zara Tena explores how going home and reconnecting with our roots can help us embrace and appreciate change.
Columnist Noor Chafouk explores the corrosion of democratic discourse in the context of the ongoing gun debate.
Columnist Riane Lumer positively reflects upon her journey to Penn as a transfer while advising potential transfers to be open minded in their college journey.
Asaad Manzar, former opinion editor of The Daily Pennsylvanian, revisits his past three years at Penn.
Hannah Gross, former assignments editor, assures readers that it's okay to need and take breaks from the activities you love.
Columnist Isabella Glassman contemplates the deep meaning that can be drawn from the less prestigious, small moments at Penn.
Lochlahn March, a former Daily Pennsylvanian sports editor, details how learning to fail can actually be the key to success.
Columnist Alex Baxter reminds readers that their time at Penn is fleeting and that embracing connectedness is key.
Sophie Apfel, former copy editor, expresses gratitude for her service to the DP and calls on others to perform services for others, even without credit.
Komal Patel, former deputy assignments editor, reflects on having fun writing for the paper.
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.