If Penn’s competitive atmosphere and mental health issues were perpetuated solely by academics, your advice — to stop comparing ourselves to others — would be sound, if simple.
On FaceTime with a friend from high school, right after an Instagram official couple post on my part, she teased me, “What happened to ‘I hate labels, relationships are a burden, freshman year is for the girls’ Kaliyah?”
The strangest thing about speaking another language is all the tiny ways you are estranged from yourself.
It seems especially wrong when professional athletes are unionized and through this representation, have won six-figure minimum salaries.
As someone who can’t go to a single frat party without hearing at least one Kanye song, I am concerned about supporting him and his music, for multiple reasons.
When deans, department chairs, and peers of the accused are given the power to investigate sexual misconduct, allegations are often swept under the rug.
Conduct your own intellectual podcast about your thoughts, because it is more relatable than any you can find on iTunes.
Why do Asian communities with diverse political opinions and genuine concerns vote at such low rates?
It’s time to take off our red hats and blue pins and give each candidate a fair shot.
In the first weeks on campus, I watched my friends swept up in a flurry of recruiting sessions, auditions, BYOs, and GBMs for organizations with every abbreviation known to man.
Trump’s decision to label himself a nationalist and tout xenophobic conspiracy theories in the days leading up to the midterm elections is a pathetic effort to drum up support from fringe elements of our country whose support played a role in carrying him to the presidency.
What started off as a nagging feeling of insufficiency a few months into freshman year has gradually turned into resounding self-confidence and unequivocal decision-making.
SARAH KHAN is a College sophomore from Lynn Haven, Fla.
BEN CLAAR is a College senior from Scarsdale, N.Y.
KRISTEN YEH is a College sophomore from West Covina, Calif.
The unforgiving definition of hazing (wherein almost any pledging activity could fall under the umbrella policy) has left students uninterested in amending their group practices in order to meet a seemingly impossible university standard.
Students who aren’t members of a “Penn dynasty” can be just as invested in the University’s history and mission.
The free press is too valuable to dismiss this incident as the work of “rogue killers.”
GIRL, I’ve heard this one before and it’s something that’s a bit tricky.
If a student has three midterms in a day, they should be allowed to postpone one to another day.