In a guest column, Penn Glee Club writes about how, after 159 years, they have become fully gender-inclusive after a historic merger with Penn Sirens.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi writes about the United States Supreme Court and how reform, though widely called for, is exceptionally difficult to implement.
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that despite an increased need, the COVID-19 pandemic will likely not result in an increase in the availability of careers in health care.
In a guest column, Declan Cambey argues that the summer is an excellent chance for Penn students to get outside and truly explore the city of Philadelphia.
Columnist and graduating senior Urooba Abid reflects on how she came to understand love and justice at Penn.
Gillian Diebold, former DP design editor, looks back at how she found her people through the Design department.
Ben Zhao, former Daily Pennsylvanian Executive Editor, on how luck transformed his time at Penn.
Tamsyn Brann, former Editor-in-Chief of 34th Street magazine, looks at how the DP — and college journalism — have and will stay essential for our communities.
Former DP sports editor Michael Landau on seven DP things he's grateful for as he graduates.
Will DiGrande, former DP sports editor, writes on how he found silver linings during a tenure marked by the cancellation of Ivy League sports.
Maria Murad, the queen of the DP's multimedia department, looks back on how she found a home and family at Penn through the DP.
In her final piece of opinion art, graduating senior Sarah Khan bids farewell and wishes good luck to the Class of 2021.
Columnist Jessica Gooding argues ahead of Tuesday's Democratic Primary for Philadelphia District Attorney that Larry Krasner is the best candidate for a safer, more just, and more equitable city.
Former Daily Pennsylvanian Editor-in-Chief Max Cohen looks back at his time at the paper and how that has shaped and prepared him for a future career in journalism.
In her senior column, columnist Jessica Gooding reflects on how she has been able to find a platform for advocacy at Penn and through the DP.
In her senior column, former Daily Pennsylvanian president Isabella Simonetti looks back on her time at the DP and how it helped her learn about compassion and the truth through journalism.
GET-UP argues that the University's vaccination policy unfairly deprioritizies graduate students.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's opinion staff give final marks to the University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen urges Penn students to become vaccine ambassadors for their communities at home to help the U.S. reach herd immunity.
Penn Leads the Vote encourages Penn students to vote by mail in the upcoming election to ensure their voices are heard.