Guest columnists Kristina Kotyza and Rachel Kabat urge the Penn community to continue supporting Ukraine, one year after the Russian invasion.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's Editorial Board calls on Penn to make a public statement and offer support for Turkey and Syria following the recent earthquakes.
Columnist Riane Lumer explores how affirmations can empower you to navigate your life through a growth mindset.
Columnist Ace Dahyeon Choi calls on Penn professors to integrate electronics use into their courses.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford critiques recent reporting that the worth of an Ivy League degree can be summed up in simple monetary metrics.
Columnist Alex Baxter discusses the disparate and unfair experiences faced by students in Penn’s various college houses.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi relates the casual and transactional nature of our generation to a significant decline in meaningful deep relationships.
Columnist C.H. Henry contextualizes Penn’s recent eviction notice to WQHS student radio and pushes for students to support the music station’s cause.
Columnist Sangitha Aiyer encourages widespread celebration this February 14th.
Columnist Fiona Miller discusses the work-life imbalance and the pressures of navigating optional work events.
Columnist Keshav Ramesh asserts that Wharton should take the lead in dropping out of business school rankings due to their flawed methodologies, following the trends set by top law and medical schools over the last few months.
Columnist Sose Hovannisian argues that by cheering on the Eagles, Penn students can take their place as members of the Philadelphia community.
Guest columnists and Black Wharton members Mason Morial, Mattias Hanchard, and Shelby Dugas urge Penn to convert Falk Dining staff from contractors to employees of the University.
Columnist Emily Chang emphasizes the need for action and accountability in regards to professor misdemeanors.
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.