The options for students with alcohol and drug addiction need to be clear and accessible.
As Penn students, we must break the old narrative with new story.
This is the crux of the negativity regarding legacy students on campus. But this sentiment extends beyond Penn’s campus.
You can choose to be respectful to the hard-working people who often listen to our drunken charades.
At its core, Christianity emphasizes love; it is a religion built upon the gracious love of God who saves humans from sin.
Penn must do what nearly every other person and institution in Philadelphia does: pay taxes.
These small moments have contributed to a great feeling that my professors are not intimidating authoritative figures, but rather mentors who reassure that there is a bright future ahead.
It is important to remember that this mentality and perspective can be incredibly damaging and harmful.
It is time to take a stand and demand better from those for whom we will dedicate the majority of our waking hours.
Our University will never proactively address the climate crisis of its accord. And so it is time that that we — Penn students — show the University that it must change its habits and its investments whether it wants to or not.
Instead of laughing at Furda, Penn students should take a page from his book.
Penn fashion has been polarizing to me since my first year, and it seems to only be getting more obvious
While going out is supposed to allow for a release, at Penn, it is also a way of enhancing social standing.
Properly implemented, the policy on secular and religious holidays will affirm Penn’s goals of inclusion and community.
VERONICA FENTON is a College sophomore from Penn Valley, Pa. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
SARAH KHAN is a College sophomore from Lynn Haven, Fla.
My experience was a Christian one, but I think this can happen in any religion, and I think the result is almost always the same.
Given the critical role financial industries play in climate change, climate education and corporate environmental responsibility must be Wharton’s priority.
Together, we undoubtedly made history; yet, the need and opportunity for improvement remains.
Philadelphia administrators should have encouraged students to participate in the climate strike and helped to educate them to be active and caring citizens.