VERONICA FENTON is a College sophomore from Penn Valley, Pa. Her email address is email@example.com.
KRISTEN YEH is a College sophomore from West Covina, Calif.
What we need to fight for is transparency. While Penn doesn’t even have a rubric for interpreting admissions files, other schools have clear guidelines along with original comments attached to their files.
We are all entitled to our own preferences, but we should do our best not to degrade the preferences of others, especially when it comes to food.
We ask that you engage, that you speak up, and that you let us know what is on your mind and how Penn can be improved.
Menstrual products are a necessity. While it is encouraging that the UA recognizes that, Penn's administration has a responsibility to do so as well.
Being comfortable at Penn often takes more time than just one semester, or just a few days of rush.
Gendered groups abound at Penn, and while it’s rare for anyone to take issue with that fact, maybe more of us should.
The DP office became my home, a place where I met some of my closest friends, learned new skills, and felt that the work I was doing mattered.
It is important that you aren’t discouraged from making use of confidential, free, and often incredibly helpful resources the University has made available to you, regardless of their shortcomings.
If Yale can allocate some financial aid funds towards sororities to help bridge this obvious gap between women who can afford sisterhood and those who can’t, Penn should too.
The art of being black at a predominantly white institution isn’t always pretty.
Don’t let the machinery of the process make you feel like you should be selling yourself to the sorority. In reality, the sorority should be selling itself to you.
It hurts to think that some Asians feel that they only have a meme page to voice their concerns. I don’t want anyone to feel like they have to satirize their concerns as a way to cope with them.
This direct editing of the genome of future generations could eventually lead to parents paying for genetically engineered babies who could grow to have the athleticism of Lebron James athleticism or the IQ of Albert Einstein.
Juuling is not cool. It’s not something to brag about on social media. It’s certainly not something to encourage other fellow students, friends, or family members to try.
I have been in conversations where acquaintances proudly talk about the anti-racist demonstrations and initiatives they have been active in only to turn the conversation to how Jews control the world through a wide-reaching conspiracy.
Lower patient-to-nurse ratios have been shown to decrease the risk of patient death in the hospital by 14 percent.
My column, my editor, and the friendships I made along the way, were my lifelines. They kept me here.
It sometimes seems as though the more reserved Bush is overshadowed by the larger-than-life personalities of the men who preceded and followed him: Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.