The Penn Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions conference last week was odious and Penn’s decision to host it in the name of unfettered free speech is questionable.
I was horrified to read Brian Goldman’s chilling account of his assault at the hands of a gang of teenagers in busy and bustling Center City on a Saturday night.
Not far from campus are several neighborhoods that are home to the survivors of the horrific Cambodian genocide.
BDS is a tool that challenges racial inequality, dispossession, displacement and genocidal violence.
It is troubling to see my own alma mater faculty is resorting to hateful discourse.
I urge you to be resolute in your defense of Penn’s reputation as a place where the BDS movement’s lies and agenda will find no quarter.
With no evidence whatsoever, and in direct contradiction to everything we’ve ever said or written, Gur designates our student group “genocidal” and equates our upcoming conference with Nazi anti-Semitism.
As scholars, we demonstrate how to carefully assess historical analogies rather than deploy them for rhetorical advantage.
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Chair of the Board of Trustees David L. Cohen address the upcoming Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions conference.
Penn is now witnessing another phase of the Arab War Against Israel. The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign is designed to isolate and restrict Israel in every way. Its goal is the destruction of Israel.
Two New Orleans residents remind readers of the engineering failures that complicated Hurricane Katrina’s legacy.
A Van Pelt Library clerk writes a letter shedding light on the problem with tokenism in conversations about Israel.
By withholding the university’s imprimatur from BDS and its boycotts, President Gutmann reflects the Penn community’s strong and long-established ties with Israel.
Based on Penn’s history, it is clear that action must be taken to halt the continuous cycle of racism.
A reader defends his right to light up in response to a column by Dan Bernick about creating a smoke-free campus.
A Ph.D. student writes a letter stating that Wharton students should question the country’s wealth disparity.
Campus groups write a letter to the editor expressing their concerns with the financial relationship between Penn and PNC Bank.
A College senior writes that Penn President Amy Gutmann’s $1.3M salary disgrace to those workers on this campus whose annual salary is $13,000.
Undergraduate Assembly members respond to two columns published in The Daily Pennsylvanian about hazing within the UA.
A College senior majoring in classical studies responds to Rush Limbaugh’s critique of her field of study.