Columnist Mia Vesely discusses whether solely looking towards the future of Penn does a disservice to the present.
Columnist Andrew Lou argues that Penn’s on-campus housing needs to be better soundproofed for the health and well-being of its students.
Columnist Taja Mazaj argues the moral panic of political correctness taking over the nation's universities is overblown and misrepresented.
Columnist Cathy Li encourages students to consider taking a break if their path at Penn warrants one.
Columnist Sose Hovannisian discusses the problems behind the tradition born during the Franklin Field prohibition.
Columnist Isabella Glassman discusses the flaws associated with The Physical World College Sector requirement and potential alterations that could be made to benefit students.
Columnist Vinay Khosla argues that being conscientious of the language we use is more important than ever.
Columnists Emily Chang and Annie Bingle reflect on the benefits of supporting athletic teams both in Philadelphia and here at Penn.
Columnist Liala Sofi argues that Penn students overly value income and prestige when choosing their careers.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen calls on Penn to pioneer what an immersive, effective climate education should look like.
Columnist Jesse Zhang discusses the privilege of being able to vote from an international perspective.
Columnist Riane Lumer prompts students to show up to the polls this November while debunking the commonly used myths for abstention.
Columnist Annie Bingle debates Penn’s unique regulations regarding NIL, as well as the overall lives of their athletes.
Columnist Fiona Miller encourages first years to embrace failure at Penn.
Columnist Otto Piasecki urges Penn to invest in modernized student learning spaces with natural light.
Columnist Yomi Abdi argues why Penn students should ditch the trend of quiet quitting.
Columnist Vinay Khosla argues that RAs and GRAs would benefit in a multitude of ways from unionizing, especially in the context of a growing student workers’ union movement in higher education.
Columnist C.H. Henry argues that "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" should come to Penn’s campus next fall for the benefit of its students and performance groups.
Columnist Sose Hovannisian argues that Penn students, especially those from safe states, should take advantage of their ability to vote in Pennsylvania.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi explains why voting with partisan strategy rather than personal and community experience in mind can be harmful to representation.