Our University though, is only as good as its people. It remains the obligation of all of us to stay engaged. We all have a stake in this endeavor known as the University of Pennsylvania.
The idea of running an election can seem daunting — having to gather names on a petition, setting up a social media campaign, not to mention going out and getting votes — but I would encourage you to take the leap if you are even remotely thinking about doing so.
We all know life isn’t fair, and nobody has ever claimed the college admission process is just.
Here, we get a free Penn Athletics t-shirt, a blue water bottle, and the utmost pride that comes with competing with Penn across our chests.
A Penn alumnus can enact social change in education reform without sending their children to public school.
Mac Donald may not see or understand how racism exists today, but we sure do.
Above all else, cherish and enjoy your remaining time at Penn as an undergraduate. The finish line is in sight!
In this new era of deep polarization, it is crucial that we maintain moral integrity.
I don’t claim to be an expert on LGBTQ healthcare, but the fact still stands that important aspects of our education as caretakers are being allowed to fall by the wayside.
We ask that you engage, that you speak up, and that you let us know what is on your mind and how Penn can be improved.
Lower patient-to-nurse ratios have been shown to decrease the risk of patient death in the hospital by 14 percent.
As a Central American voice on campus, we feel we must impress the gravity of an issue that continues to affect our community.
Write full-time after graduation or never write at all is a melodramatic binary.
You do not need the "right words." You just need to listen with open arms, and an open heart. Love will do the rest.
Penn’s billion-dollar endowment continues to reap returns from investments in the fossil fuel industry, and is thus funding a primary driver of climate change — no questions asked.
If we abolish the Second, that puts every other Amendment on the chopping block.
If Penn’s competitive atmosphere and mental health issues were perpetuated solely by academics, your advice — to stop comparing ourselves to others — would be sound, if simple.
When deans, department chairs, and peers of the accused are given the power to investigate sexual misconduct, allegations are often swept under the rug.
Why do Asian communities with diverse political opinions and genuine concerns vote at such low rates?
The unforgiving definition of hazing (wherein almost any pledging activity could fall under the umbrella policy) has left students uninterested in amending their group practices in order to meet a seemingly impossible university standard.