Articles by Agatha Advincula

01/27/21 12:03pm
Little has changed since the pandemic began, so why are Penn's deans trying to shift the culture of the pass/fail option which gives students the flexibility to avoid pandemic-induced educational disruptions?
12/10/20 1:08am
Within the confines of a Zoom call, Penn’s community still continues to thrive. Keeping the fighter’s mindset of 2020 will help us prepare for another year of unknowns.
10/28/20 3:30pm
Forrest Church, a prominent theologian and Unitarian Universalist wrote, “We are not human because we think. We are human because we care.” So let’s start acting like it.
07/15/20 2:33pm
Based on the idea that we are all responsible enough to look out for each other, the Student Campus Compact places the onus on us to make the safest choices.
06/09/20 7:17pm
This abstracted version of Penn’s community, though inspiring, still fails to provide students with one of Penn’s core values: engagement. 
05/17/20 10:16am
No one is morally impure for accepting Biden as the clearest way forward.  
04/29/20 10:30pm
It’s okay to be scared and still make contingency plans. It’s okay to be frustrated with the ways in which Penn has often left us in the dark and it’s okay to be worried about the future.
02/26/20 8:44pm
It is easy to look at Sanders’ numbers in the primaries and polls and feel as though he is destined to be the candidate. But Sanders’ political progressivism has never stood the test of the general public.
01/29/20 5:46pm
Now is the time to reflect on who we are as a University and how we wish to be seen.
10/06/19 6:09pm
This is the crux of the negativity regarding legacy students on campus. But this sentiment extends beyond Penn’s campus.   
10/06/19 6:09pm
This is the crux of the negativity regarding legacy students on campus. But this sentiment extends beyond Penn’s campus.   
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