Articles by Caroline Magdolen

06/27/21 3:08pm
Columnist Caroline Magdolen writes about ranked choice voting and how it is a better way of electing candidates compared to the standard winner-take-all system. She argues that we should include ranked choice voting wherever we can — starting with the clubs and organizations that we are a part of. 
04/30/21 2:50pm
Columnist Caroline Magdolen urges Penn students to become vaccine ambassadors for their communities at home to help the U.S. reach herd immunity.
04/16/21 4:50pm
Columnist Caroline Magdolen argues that Penn should move to a randomized College House sorting system to break down stereotypes associated with the different on-campus living options.
03/25/21 12:10am
Columnist Caroline Magdolen suggests that Penn can do more to promote community wellbeing while being mindful of the pandemic.
02/28/21 7:38pm
Columnist Caroline Magdolen investigates the status of sustainability at Penn and discusses how the University and its students can lead green lives at Penn.
01/29/21 10:51am
With many first years now back on campus, it's up to us to be mature and follow covid guidelines, or else endanger our surrounding communities and classes.
01/09/21 10:30am
The capitol insurrection highlighted a dangerous desire from some Republicans for political power at all costs. Halting this dangerous slide begins with the GOP taking action.
12/02/20 10:39pm
In many ways, Penn’s administration is treating this term as business as usual. It clearly isn't.
11/25/20 11:03am
It’s difficult enough for Penn students to be productive from home, and the struggle is only worsened by recent election anxiety and ongoing pandemic loneliness and uncertainty. Unfortunately, news providers are not on our side.
11/06/20 9:11pm
Disinformation isn’t going away anytime soon, and there aren’t any clear, unbiased solutions to it. But we can cope with it better if we stop expecting certainty from our news, and strive to identify probable truths, as opposed to an absolute, undeniable one.
10/14/20 8:51pm
Though Penn leans liberal, I’m sure that there are Republican Quakers waiting to have a conversation, feeling marginalized by their peers.
10/05/20 8:24pm
The loneliness of previous years is nothing compared to how students feel now. 
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