Columnist Timethius J. Terrell urges predominantly white universities to reconsider their often ineffective approaches towards diversity, equity, and inclusion, using Beyonce’s “Black Is King” as a reference.
Guest columnist Amjad Hamza argues that Penn students and current donors should redirect their donations to the world’s most effective causes.
Columnists Isabella Glassman and Vinay Khosla discuss the importance of cross-class interactions from an upperclassmen and underclassmen’s perspective.
Columnist Bridget Yu encourages us to open up the dialogue regarding suicide more and refrain from taking the subject lightly.
In a guest column, 16 law organizations explain why Lia Thomas and all other transgender athletes deserve to be able to compete in women's sports.
Guest columnists from the Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes underscore the racism of Penn-trification and urge Penn students and administrators to act now to address the housing crisis in University City.
Guest columnist Stacey Bevan discusses why current federal policies surrounding paid family leave need serious reform.
Guest columnist Hallie Swanson argues that remote learning was a disaster that Penn should never return to again.
In a guest column, the cofounders of Hindus for Human Rights discuss their support for the Dismantling Global Hindutva conference.
Penn men's basketball team Associate Head Coach Nat Graham explains why the team decided to sit during the national anthem.
Guest columnist Leo Biehl argues that Penn must protect its neighboring low-income residents who live in federally subsidized housing from eviction.
Guest columnist Sean Deresh argues that Penn should divest from fossil fuels and invest in offshore wind energy instead.
Guest columnist Ben She argues that redensifying Locust Walk will energize student life and make campus a better place.
In a guest column, 56 scholars ask why an Ecuadorian politician alleged to have committed crimes against humanity received a visiting scholar position at Penn, and why her Penn profile was removed after questions were raised about the appointment.
In a guest column, Penn Justice Dems argues that Penn's Board of Trustees is the primary reason so little campus activism results in change.
Guest columnist Brinn Gammer reflects on the state of mental health on campus and offers suggestions on how to bring more happiness to daily life.
In a guest column, Suhag Shukla, executive director of the Hindu American Foundation, argues that Penn should take a toxic episode of Hinduphobia as an opportunity to extend its support to Hindu students and faculty.
In a guest column, Penn Leads the Vote encourages students to cast a ballot in this year's general election.
Guest Columnist Naveen Albert argues that Penn shouldn't upgrades its wifi systems due to negative environmental and health effects.
Guest columnists Ellen Heiman and Sage Lincoln argue that Penn Law must do more to increase opportunities for environmental advocacy and law training.