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.
Columnist Julu Nwaezeapu highlights why funding of partnership schools does not replace the financial support missing from public schools in the Philadelphia School District.
Columnist Keshav Ramesh argues that voting in this election is crucial for preventing an insurrectionist whose extremist right-wing beliefs would threaten the core of democracy in Pennsylvania.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford argues that the U.S. is hiding its multilingual nature through intentional actions that support English dominance.
Columnist Keyvan Farmanfarmaian argues that protecting free markets and the American Dream must entail a more passionate defense of large companies.
Columnist Alex Baxter argues that student groups deserve a legitimate voice on campus — not the sidelining the University presents them with.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer argues that the field of Classics is Western-centric and must be re-examined.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen contemplates what it means to be happy and fulfilled as a college student
Columnist Vinay Khosla argues that parasocial relationships insulate public figures, such as celebrities and politicians from necessary criticism and that we must deconstruct this phenomenon.
Columnist Annie Bingle reflects on her first month at Penn, and her lessons learned along the way.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz argues that the recent merger between CAPS and Student Health services not only exemplifies the barriers of accessing Penn’s mental health services but also demonstrates that Penn's financial investments are prioritized elsewhere.
Columnist C.H. Henry challenges the logistical future of Penn’s annual Spring Fling festival and explains how a return to the Quad is in its best interest.
Columnist Isabella Glassman contemplates how Penn’s decision to lease The Radian constructively displaces the current tenants while failing to build community.
Columnist Riane Lumer urges Penn to follow other universities’ footsteps and adopt a compostable program to mitigate climate change.