Guest columnist Su Ah Kim argues that the NEC’s hearing process for a candidate who is accused of a campaign violation is inherently flawed, and shares her story with the hope to prevent such an event from recurring.
The Student Committee on Undergraduate Education encourages students to take a more active role in speaking up about what we want to see in our education at Penn.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz argues that the recent merger between CAPS and Student Health services not only exemplifies the barriers of accessing Penn’s mental health services but also demonstrates that Penn's financial investments are prioritized elsewhere.
Columnist C.H. Henry challenges the logistical future of Penn’s annual Spring Fling festival and explains how a return to the Quad is in its best interest.
Columnist Isabella Glassman contemplates how Penn’s decision to lease The Radian constructively displaces the current tenants while failing to build community.
Columnist Riane Lumer urges Penn to follow other universities’ footsteps and adopt a compostable program to mitigate climate change.
Columnist Fiona Miller discusses what the recent Undergraduate Assembly vote reveals about Penn Student Government.
Columnist Benjamin McAvoy-Bickford considers whether Penn has become overly dependent on unintuitive language to communicate meaning.
The Coalition to Save the UC Townhomes, consisting of student activists and community organizers, clarify their movement to save the UC Townhomes at Penn.
Columnist Alex Baxter reflects on how the U.K. and Penn have opportunities to confront the crimes which define their establishments.
Columnist Riane Lumer explores factors to look forward to given advancements in the pandemic, but also cautions a semi-return to normalcy.
Columnist Cathy Li argues that taking a Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies class could transform student thinking.
Penn's Senior Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli provides a University response to the sale of the UC Townhomes.
Columnist Sam Zou argues that college rankings rarely hold cheating institutions accountable and consider factors irrelevant to educational quality.
Columnist Mia Vesely examines why the class of 2026 is considered the most 'diverse' and what that claim really means.
Columnist Emily Chang emphasizes the importance of learning from the past and reviving COVID-19 policies to improve current life.
Seventy-three Penn faculty members express their concern over the efforts of the Center of Community Standards and Accountability to curtail the rights of Penn students to publicly protest on campus.
Columnist Annie Bingle explores the unique benefits to making your bed each morning, and encourages you to do the same.
Penn Leads the Vote highlights Penn’s responsibility as an ambassador of civic engagement in Philadelphia.
Columnists Vinay Khosla and Taja Mazaj argue Penn’s conception of civic engagement is intentionally disingenuous, and students must respond in kind with disruptive activism.