Columnist Julu Nwaezeapu encourages universities to include African & non-Western histories as required curricula to create globally-minded intellectuals.
Guest columnist Ania Alberski reflects on her experience studying education and participating in community volunteering at Penn, and how it left her ill-prepared for full-time teaching.
Columnist Brett Seaton urges Penn to change its curriculum to focus more on content that cannot be reproduced by AI.
Columnist and exchange student Alex Baxter compares his experiences with the sheltered lifestyle Penn students lead.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford argues that Charlie Javice is a product and model of a Penn education.
Columnist Isabella Glassman discusses how recent Sidechat usage has centered on sorority and fraternity recruitment in a negative light, providing cruel comments instead of comedy or thoughtful discussion.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz advises that there should be an emphasis on the process of creating yourself — rather than finding yourself – in college.
Guest columnist Timethius J. Terrell urges Penn administrators to compensate essential student leaders for all of the work they put in on top of their coursework and extracurricular commitments.
Columnist Mia Vesely confronts whether setting New Year's resolutions limits us from setting goals during the year.
Columnists Sam and Andrew argue that tenure track’s overemphasis on research and publicity give occasion for professors like Amy Wax to rise.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer urges Penn to increase the hours of foreign language instruction required.
Columnist Andrew Lou recommends that Penn students take the initiative and befriend their peers.
Columnist Sam Zou argues that U.S. News rankings will remain influential, for better or worse, even as many top law schools are pulling out.
Guest columnist and Senior Crosswords Editor Tyler Kliem encourages you to play our now-released mini crosswords to exercise your brain and to whittle away at the disruptions in our collective lives.
Columnists Vinay Khosla and Lexi Boccuzzi discuss the recent votes for Speaker of the House in their inaugural conversation column.
Columnist Cathy Li criticizes Yale's response to the Washington Post article on their leave of absence policies, and examines Yale's steps to move forward.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford argues that ChatGPT’s college essay writing ability is overhyped.
Guest Columnist and Wharton professor Eric Orts applauds Penn for its recent climate progress, but argues that there is still much to be done.
Columnist and first year Sose Hovannisian narrates how Penn influences student ambition, and why that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
The Netter Center Student Advisory Board urges students to enroll in ABCS courses to foster community and personal growth.