Columnist Jessey Shin explores the problem of disparate advising quality in the College and argues for a more standardized experience.
Columnist Francesco Salamone urges students to prioritize reflection and harmonious passions beyond traditional prestige for a meaningful college experience.
Columnist Mariana Martinez argues that Penn dining services pose a severe challenge particularly for international students and their college experience.
Columnist Franklin Li argues that the College’s current Physical World and Living World sector requirements lead to the phenomenon of crowding in certain courses.
Columnist Chloe Chen proves it’s possible to find a lifelong valentine at Penn by sharing three alumni stories.
Columnist Emily Chang exposes racist questioning in a recent Senate hearing which speaks to the broader culture of American xenophobia.
Columnist Kiyah Akins shares her experience navigating her identity as an African American woman.
Columnist Hanadi Abdulkadir expands on her experience with an Africana class at Penn and why all students should take one too.
Columnist Jack Lakis investigates why it’s so popular to complain about the Penn experience.
Columnist Mritika Senthil argues removing legacy admissions is crucial in the aftermath of Penn’s change in administration and resulting controversies.
Guest Columnist Johaer Jilani argues Liz Magill's resignation reflects poor decision-making and a shift in public opinion.
Columnist Riane Lumer advocates for students to indulge in non-preprofessional clubs to receive benefits distinct to those activities.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi concludes that while Greek life has its flaws, it provides a unique benefit to Penn culture as the last independent organizations on campus.
Columnist Izzy Feinfeld argues that the Penn community should focus its efforts on building bridges between students, faculty, and staff rather than its donor base.
Columnist Akiva Berkowitz argues for a better system to point students to the many fun experiences on campus.
Columnist Mia Vesely discusses her experience in the rush process at Penn and why it wasn’t for her.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's Opinion department and Editorial Board weigh in with their thoughts on the resignations of Liz Magill and Scott Bok.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi surmises that Penn’s problems can be aided by a commitment to transparency and widespread open expression with our new president.
Columnist Mritika Senthil urges the Penn community to reexamine institutional priorities after Liz Magill and Scott Bok’s resignations, describing how challenges in transforming campus culture at large have little to do with the former administration.
Columnist Jack Lakis explains how students can restore their peace of mind in light of the recent leadership crisis at Penn.