If I were to write an opinion article without providing links to articles written by Black authors about the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests, I would be failing at my attempt to recognize my white privilege.
As privileged people, we must stop expecting oppressed groups to educate us, to accommodate us, or to be civil toward us.
While progress has been made to give protection to workers, the Office is now in need of its own protection.
Remember the lives of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd when you vote in the upcoming election.
I wish others would understand the challenges student reporters experience — both emotional and practical. We shoulder the heaviness of listening to, thinking about, and accurately depicting sensitive issues.
No matter what Penn announces, it will be a surprise and a far cry from the normal semesters of the past.
Technology and surveillance methods are ingrained in the problem of social disparities.
Sectioning off a regular portion of time to center yourself is imperative to balancing a healthy outlook in your world.
What I have found myself missing above all is community. Penn gave me many communities, and I deeply treasured the connection and support I found in them.
Regardless of which approach the University chooses for the fall semester, it must guarantee on-campus housing for low-income and other vulnerable students.
It’s key to keep an open mind and listen carefully, even if it's virtually, to what everyone around you is experiencing.
Registering for a mail-in ballot protects you from unnecessary risk of contracting COVID-19.
From undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoc’s to professors- everyone that juggled taking care of their family and fulfilling their strong commitment to Penn became a superhero in their own right.
Pennsylvania faces a unique set of challenges in developing an adequate mail-in system as the November presidential election rapidly approaches.
We hold a responsibility to think about the critical issues faced in our home countries, and find ways to confront them, even while at Penn.
It's important to remind ourselves that there are ways to push ourselves forward, personally and professionally, that don't include the perfect title on our resumes.
It’s natural for us to construct echo chambers by choosing what circles we choose to interact with, and this phenomenon has only been exacerbated by our move to a virtual world.
The onus is on our political leadership to support empirical, evidence-based information to protect the American people.
A masculinity that looks toward countries led by women around the globe who manage to have civil press conferences and provide correct information during this crisis is necessary.
I, too, was anticipating Senior Week, Commencement, and all the last goodbyes we never got to say. But after everything that has happened, my doubts about taking a “scenic route” instead of the expressway to my goals have vanished.