The Credit CARD Act limits free choice without effectively preventing the companies from taking advantage of students.
Here are my picks for inspiring, albeit maybe alternative, choices for the Commencement speaker.
Allowing 10th graders to test out of their final two years of high school and instead attend community college may do more harm than good.
The key for university libraries is balance between digital and print information. But perhaps in the future, this balance should be reconsidered.
When we make decisions, we should think about the costs and benefits of how our actions impact our greater environment.
When a student feels he or she cannot discuss an issue dominating the national political dialogue, something has gone wrong.
The debate over moral values shouldn’t dominate how we develop effective sex-ed programs.
The DREAM Act has been defeated before and has taken a back seat in President Barack Obama's agenda. But it shouldn't wait.
An art store could add a lot to the University City community by becoming a hub that this area is severely lacking.
Social-networking services need to be more vigilant about who can view their users’ personal information.
If our culture is mired in the negative perception of feminists as radicals, then more extremity may not be what feminism needs.
I’m not saying don’t support medicinal marijuana, I’m just saying do so based on fact.
The Catcher in the Rye has a hold on us — adults included — even though it seems on the surface to be a book for and about teenagers.
Hold onto these snow days, and use them to reconnect with the kid inside you.
The Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission has repercussions on our electoral system.
Everyone deserves an honest chance to question their politicians, even if those questions are about when we can light up.
The Penn Consortium of Undergraduate Women is asking, “What does a feminist look like?” I have learned there’s no single answer.
I’m thrilled about Obama’s desire to expand the Pell Grant program for college students. It’s about damn time.
I’m not calling for a radical “No Freshman Left Behind” reform to first-year advising, but the system could use some improvements.
Universities can play a role in improving K-12 instruction, whether by supporting schools in the community, as Penn does, or producing graduates who will affect the education system.