Physician-scientist and Indian American Raman Mitra, a 1985 M.D.-Ph.D. graduate who completed his residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 1989, moves beyond personal indignation to dissect the Amy Wax controversy.
Julia Esposito, former 34th Street writer, contemplates the struggles of coping with rejection and encourages students to seek internal validation.
Columnist Sam Zou argues that Florida’s Don’t Say Gay Bill has a national impact and may endanger LGBTQ youth who already lack access to a supportive community.
Agatha Advinculca, former DP opinion deputy editor, takes an existential look at her past four years at the DP and Penn.
Kylie Cooper, former photo editor of The Daily Pennsylvanian, reflects on the opportunities she received as a Penn student, a school that isn’t meant for photojournalism.
Jackson Joffe, former DP associate sports editor discusses why finding spaces at Penn is important — and why the DP was the place he came to call home.
Alfredo Praticò, former opinion editor, reflects on his time at the DP, and his journey to graduate college in three years.
Joseph M. Squillaro, former opinion columnist, reflects on his time at Penn and the DP, and the notion of uncertainty that came to define his college experience.
Sage Levine, former Video Editor, reflects on her time at the DP and her love for telling stories though DP Video.
Conor Murray, former DP news editor, reflects on his four years at the DP and the difficulty of burning out doing something you love.
Sukhmani Kaur, former photo editor and summer multimedia editor, reflects back on her past four years at Penn and the DP.
Columnist Varun Saraswathula writes about his Penn experience and his wish to have been kinder to himself and others.
Columnist Jaden Cloobeck reflects upon his experience as a storyteller at Penn and encourages students to find an avenue to share their stories.
Ashley Ahn, former DP Executive Editor, reflects back on her four years at Penn and the DP.
Hadriana Lowenkron, former DP editor-in-chief, reflects on the progress that the DP made during her leadership, and her hopes for the future.
Guest columnist Sarah Asfari describes the experience of being a racial minority without equal access to resources or proper visibility.
Columnist Alfredo Praticò questions the methods that Sidechat has used to rise to prominence at Penn's campus.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi argues that Penn should put a greater emphasis on American history scholarship and courses.
Columnist Daniel Gurevitch urges students to seek discomfort by taking courses outside of their academic comfort zone.
Guest columnist Belinda Kumi argues that CAPS needs to have better immediate services after her disappointing encounter with the organization about grief.