Columnist Cathy Li highlights Philadelphia’s emerging food scene against nationwide restaurant closures.
Columnist Brett Seaton calls for Penn to remove certain accommodations for students in special situations.
Columnist Clever Earth argues that the tough-on-crime rhetoric encourages a prosecutorial culture predicated on winning cases rather than achieving justice.
Columnist Eric Najera explains why long-shot candidates should drop out early.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer encourages Penn students to consider the causes and effects of our University-wide drinking culture.
The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board examines the methodology of FIRE’s 2024 college free speech rankings and the history of the organization.
Columnist Jack Lakis urges members of the Penn community to attend the upcoming, annual University Council Open Forum.
Leftist Jewish student group Penn Chavurah argues that Penn has censored the screening of the film Israelism this fall, demonstrating Penn’s disregard for free speech, Jewish safety, and Palestinian human rights.
Columnist Mritika Senthil shares how uninformed stances and apathy overshadow productive dialogue on the Israel-Hamas conflict, particularly amidst the considerable rise of intolerance at Penn.
Guest columnist Ariel Koren argues that President Liz Magill has weaponized false narratives of antisemitism to stifle antiwar activism led by Palestinian, Arab, Muslim, and Jewish students and faculty.
Columnist Chloe Chen shows that it’s possible to be a budget-conscious foodie at Penn.
Columnist Mia Vesely argues that the purpose of a University isn’t to cater to the wishes of their alumni.
Guest Columnist Evan Golinsky identifies dangerous indifference present in the Palestinian liberation narrative on campus and suggests how effective discourse can be achieved in spite of this.
Columnist Jack Lakis responds to a recent column defending Amy Wax and calls for Penn to end her tenure.
Columnist Franklin Li believes that awarding the diploma is not just a correction of history, but will also help change public perception of Lin Huiyin.
Columnist Eric Najera discusses how Penn's clubs could benefit from staff regulation.
Guest Columnist Selma Farsakh describes walking down Locust as a person who has lived in Israel-Palestine.
Columnist Jessey Shin discusses the various types of support available at Penn and how to best utilize them.
Guest columnist Abraham Wyner calls on Penn’s administration to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s working definition of antisemitism.
Columnist Brett Seaton calls on Penn leadership to stop making political statements.