Guest Columnist Bernadine Kumi shares her experience as a Black woman and FGLI student going through sorority rush.
Guest Columnist Raheem Williams suggests three must-read books by Black conservative luminaries for those seeking to expand their understanding of the Black experience.
Guest Columnist Chapin Lenthall-Cleary argues Penn administration imposes numerous onerous hurdles upon new clubs that reinforces a harmful system of exclusivity.
Guest Columnist Jonathan Klick comments on the pennforward.com petition to re-center Penn hiring and admissions on academic values as opposed to ideology and demographic diversity.
Guest Columnist and former Chair of Penn’s Board of Trustees Scott Bok calls for difficult questions to be answered before launching a search for the University’s next president.
Guest Columnist Sam Rudovsky responds to Penn Professor Claire Finkelstein's op-ed in The Washington Post.
Guest Columnist Nili Gold recounts her experience on the recent Penn faculty trip to Israel.
Guest Columnist Omar Khoury recounts the hate he felt eight years ago by a prominent member of Penn’s community.
Guest Columnist Abdulrahman Bindamnan argues that the resignation of Liz Magill was bad news for free speech.
Penn Faculty for Justice in Palestine writes to announce their formation: a collective of those who support the teaching and research mission of the University, including faculty, lecturers, staff, and graduate employees.
Several Penn alumni reflect on Penn’s response to recent events, including the Palestine Writes Literature Festival, the ongoing Israel-Gaza war, the withholding of alumni donations, and responses from Penn’s administration to these ongoing crises.
Guest Columnist Jason Hagler argues that Penn’s current climate plan is the climate change equivalent of “hopes and prayers.” We need to hold the university to higher standards, because if the university actually tried, it could make a difference.
Leftist Jewish student group Penn Chavurah argues that Penn has censored the screening of the film Israelism this fall, demonstrating Penn’s disregard for free speech, Jewish safety, and Palestinian human rights.
Guest Columnist Evan Golinsky identifies dangerous indifference present in the Palestinian liberation narrative on campus and suggests how effective discourse can be achieved in spite of this.
Guest Columnist Selma Farsakh describes walking down Locust as a person who has lived in Israel-Palestine.
Guest Columnist David J. Shapiro argues that the University’s response to the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and the pro-Palestine rallies calling for “resistance” and “revolution” demonstrate that Professor Wax is the victim of selective prosecution and an insidious double standard.
Penn Democrats urge the Penn community to vote on Nov. 7 in light of recent United States Supreme Court decisions and efforts to dismantle our fundamental rights.
Former Columnist Alex Baxter reflects on the past month’s impacts on Penn’s sense of unity, and urges the community to stand up for justice.
Guest Columnist Lala Mustafa explains the history of the Azerbaijani people in Nagorno-Karabakh in light of recent conflict in the region.
Guest Columnist Benjamin Nathans explains why Liz Magill should not resign and calls on Penn not to fall victim to a hostile takeover that limits free speech and debate.