The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board argues that Penn must do more to justify requiring sophomores to live on campus.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi argues that every Penn student should take an economics class to become more politically literate.
Columnist Jesse Zhang discusses how we should assume the best of people in order to have meaningful conversations.
In a guest column, Penn Leads the Vote encourages students to cast a ballot in this year's general election.
Columnist Joseph M. Squillaro argues that it's time to retire video conferencing unless absolutely necessary to return to a more social time.
Columnist Allison Santa-Cruz reflects on the role of gratitude in the transition to college life.
Columnist Jay Sekhsaria argues that some professors over rely on digital teaching aids, negatively effecting instruction.
Columnist Vinay Khosla argues that companies have maliciously shifted much of the blame for environmental damage on us.
Columnist Asaad Manzar discusses the state of mental health support and resources for people of color on campus.
The Daily Pennsylvanian Editorial Board argues that students should vote in the upcoming elections, paying special attention to the state-wide judgeships which are on the ballot.
Columnist Artur Vllahiu argues that Penn's liberal arts education does little to encourage students to challenge the status quo and create radical change.
Guest Columnist Naveen Albert argues that Penn shouldn't upgrades its wifi systems due to negative environmental and health effects.
Columnist Caroline Magdolen argues that Penn's replacement for Penn InTouch will do little to improve the fundamental issues with Penn's academic and advising systems.
Columnists Andy Yoon and Emily Chang argue that Penn must bridge the resource divide between Wharton and the other undergraduate schools.
Guest columnists Ellen Heiman and Sage Lincoln argue that Penn Law must do more to increase opportunities for environmental advocacy and law training.
In a guest column, religious studies professor Steven Weitzman argues that greater faculty representation is needed on the search committee for Penn's next president.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's Editorial Board argues that Penn should institute a grace period around breaks to allow students time to truly destress and unwind.
Columnist Joseph Squillaro discusses how to deal with the fear and anxiety that comes with catching pseudo-COVID-19.
Columnist Lexi Boccuzzi discusses how local politics are both more impactful and less partisan than national politics.
Guest columnist Iman Syed reflects on a year of grief since the passing of her uncle.