Columnist Hanadi Abdulkadir explores why social media activism is crucial to ensure the survival of Palestinian stories.
Columnist Sose Hovannisian argues that now more than ever, social media platforms like Instagram play a crucial role in mass communication.
Columnist Kiyah Akins sheds lights on the African American experience at Penn and emphasizes the importance of African American centered organizations.
Guest Columnist Sarah Alkhafaji, a College senior with Penn Leads the Vote, calls on the Penn community to cast their vote this Election Day.
Columnist Brett Seaton discusses the career selection process at Penn and how to think probabilistically about your future.
Guest Columnist David J. Shapiro argues that the University’s response to the Palestine Writes Literature Festival and the pro-Palestine rallies calling for “resistance” and “revolution” demonstrate that Professor Wax is the victim of selective prosecution and an insidious double standard.
Columnist Spencer Gibbs prescribes changing parties to vote in the 2024 election primaries.
Penn Democrats urge the Penn community to vote on Nov. 7 in light of recent United States Supreme Court decisions and efforts to dismantle our fundamental rights.
Columnist Andrew Stratton explains why midterms should be set around scheduled times for the betterment of students and work-life balance.
Columnist Mritika Senthil examines the cost of social status on campus after reflecting on her own rejection from a frat party and distance from Penn’s South Asian community.
Over 120 SP2 students and alumni stand against the genocide of Palestinian people in Gaza and call upon SP2 to do the same.
Columnist Clever Earth proposes that implementing a retaliatory policy may be rational if it maximizes the probability of deterrence success.
Former Columnist Alex Baxter reflects on the past month’s impacts on Penn’s sense of unity, and urges the community to stand up for justice.
Columnist Chloe Chen suggests that the Penn Museum’s admission fees belie a greater issue of educational gatekeeping to produce intellectual elites.
Guest Columnist Lala Mustafa explains the history of the Azerbaijani people in Nagorno-Karabakh in light of recent conflict in the region.
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s Editorial Board encourages the Penn community to stay actively informed and engage with news coverage.
Guest Columnist Benjamin Nathans explains why Liz Magill should not resign and calls on Penn not to fall victim to a hostile takeover that limits free speech and debate.
Columnist Andrew Stratton explains the problem with fatphobia and why it’s still an issue today.
Columnist Franklin Li believes that we should not be overly critical of Benjamin Franklin for not always acting in accordance with present-day moral standards.
Columnist Jack Lakis argues that all undergraduates should do their part to encourage transparency in admissions.