You may laugh at me for reflecting on my college experience through a lens of sandwiches. But a sandwich is whatever you want it to be — just like Penn.
We all take different paths through Penn. Not only are we not going to be on the same chapter of our lives at the same time, we won’t even be writing the same book.
Farewell columns are invariably self-important and unavoidably pretentious. I’ve been looking forward to writing one for a very long time.
Rather than reminiscing, I thought I’d just share a bunch of mini life lessons from my past four years. Because mini things are better. And they take themselves less seriously.
Remember that the kid with the Penn backpack, Penn folder and Penn T-shirt was once you.
Penn professors would be performing a great service if they incorporated a field trip or two into the typical course structure.
For our response to Christopher Abreu's column to merely be a condemnation of racism confuses the symptom with the disease.
White coats come in different shades, and no one should dissuade future doctors from choosing career paths that make them happy.
Why the exclusivity in senior honor societies? Is it naive to think applications should be open to every student — not just those who have been tapped?
All classes should be about something more than just doing well on the exam. Sure, it sounds simplistic put on paper, but it is a fact frequently overlooked.
Newt Gingrich’s criticism of President Barack Obama's bracket choices speaks to a more pressing issue — people simply expect too much from the president.
When faculty members decide to get involved the University, they have the potential to make immediate changes for the better.
Obviously, you know that no employer wants to see pictures of you at a frat party. But you might be surprised about some other ways Facebook can be used is to judge a candidate.
Respect for women has lately been fleeting and in high-demand at peer institutions — which makes its ubiquity at Penn all the more impressive.
I have here some guidelines to ensure that all your future classes are more awesome and funsies than any of the duds you’ve probably been picking by yourself.
If you need some ideas for what to do with the newspaper during Fling, I have a few suggestions.
At times like Fling, at a place like college, it’s easy to see why students feel faced with a dilemma — to try or not to try ecstasy.
I wish we had a culture tolerant of more than one way to enjoy Spring Fling.
Dearest fellow Quakers, this concert is two hours long. If your best friend is sitting in another section, you’ll be okay.
My love for Potbelly comes from something bigger than food. Potbelly allows me to leave behind my overstated troubles and gain some perspective.