GET-UP argues that the University's vaccination policy unfairly deprioritizies graduate students.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's opinion staff give final marks to the University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen urges Penn students to become vaccine ambassadors for their communities at home to help the U.S. reach herd immunity.
Penn Leads the Vote encourages Penn students to vote by mail in the upcoming election to ensure their voices are heard.
AAUP-Penn argues that Penn must return human remains and repay the Africa family for holding and displaying the bones of at least one victim of the MOVE bombing.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's Editorial Board argues that Penn must take immediate, concrete steps to rectify holding the remains of at least one child killed in the MOVE bombing.
Penn's Department of Africana Studies argues that Penn must "do more than simply appoint two members to investigate the use of these remains" and calls for "a complete inventory and physical accounting of ... collections held by the Museum".
Columnist Isabella Glassman argues that all of us need to be having conversations about women's issues, even when the news isn't covering them.
Nursing senior Jamie Chung remembers her halmoni, who passed away due to COVID-19.
Columnist Emily Chang argues that Penn should keep the pass/fail policy in effect for the 2021 fall semester.
Columnist Varun Saraswathula digs into when vaccinated individuals are able to hug their friends again.
Vyshnavi Kosigishroff and Eric Orts argue that the University's trustees must stand up against conflicts of interest and help change Penn's stance on the climate crisis.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's Editorial Board argues that Penn needs to reduce the cost of summer classes given the pandemic's impact on internships and other summer opportunities.
In the absence of formal guidelines, AAUP–Penn proposes best practices on the length of instructional periods.
Columnist Taja Mazaj argues that Penn needs to be more assertive in combating climate change, saying that "milquetoast compromises won’t cut it" when the planet is at stake.
Two members of Fossil Free Penn write that the University's net-zero plan actually does little to combat climate change.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi examines the complex outlook of the Republican party and right-leaning youth in a post-Trump era.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen argues that Penn should move to a randomized College House sorting system to break down stereotypes associated with the different on-campus living options.
Columnist Alex Eapen argues that the University does little to respond directly to student advocacy and, instead of lip service, should actually focus on implementing the changes students would like to see.
The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board urges Penn to require vaccinations for all students for the fall 2021 semester.