Articles by Isabella Glassman
Isabella Glassman | Tell me something not reflected on your resumeColumnist Isabella Glassman contemplates the deep meaning that can be drawn from the less prestigious, small moments at Penn.
Isabella Glassman | Pass/fail it, unless you’re in the CollegeColumnist Isabella Glassman compares the unequal general education and pass/fail policies across schools which leave students in the College less freedom to pass/fail and more classes to take.
Isabella Glassman | Sidechat or Greekrank 2.0?Columnist Isabella Glassman discusses how recent Sidechat usage has centered on sorority and fraternity recruitment in a negative light, providing cruel comments instead of comedy or thoughtful discussion.
Isabella Glassman | Rethinking the physical worldColumnist Isabella Glassman discusses the flaws associated with The Physical World College Sector requirement and potential alterations that could be made to benefit students.
Isabella Glassman | Penn’s leasing of The Radian hurts, not helpsColumnist Isabella Glassman contemplates how Penn’s decision to lease The Radian constructively displaces the current tenants while failing to build community.
Isabella Glassman and Vinay Khosla | Let’s talk about DowntownsColumnists Isabella Glassman and Vinay Khosla discuss the issues associated with Downtowns as part of the social fabric of Penn
Isabella Glassman | Undergraduates are not landlords — Penn, help Greek life housingColumnist Isabella Glassman urges Penn to financially assist fraternities and sororities as they transition to upperclassmen-only Greek life housing.
Isabella Glassman | ECON 001 is not a prerequisite to life at PennColumnist Isabella Glassman urges Penn students to more deeply consider whether an economics course is necessary for their academic career.
Isabella Glassman and Vinay Khosla | Bridge the gap between upper and underclassmenColumnists Isabella Glassman and Vinay Khosla discuss the importance of cross-class interactions from an upperclassmen and underclassmen’s perspective.
Isabella Glassman | Fraternity self-regulation is a mythColumnist Isabella Glassman examines the role of self-regulation in Penn's Greek life.
Isabella Glassman | How to keep students caught up in classColumnist Isabella Glassman argues that Penn professors must make more accommodations to ensure Penn students who miss class for health reasons aren't being punished
Isabella Glassman | Penn, what’s your quarantine plan?Columnist Isabella Glassman discusses Penn's confusing web of COVID-19 policies and restrictions.
Isabella Glassman | Don’t say no to NSOColumnist Isabella Glassman discusses how to approach NSO with an open mind, even if you already have a group of friends.
Isabella Glassman | Women’s issues don’t end when the news stopsColumnist Isabella Glassman argues that all of us need to be having conversations about women's issues, even when the news isn't covering them.
Isabella Glassman | How to resist anxiety and pressure this internship seasonColumnist Isabella Glassman urges Penn students to prioritize their passions and interests instead of getting sucked in to a LinkedIn-fueled pit of finance and consulting gigs.
Isabella Glassman | Keep tests open book when classrooms reopenColumnist Isabella Glassman argues that professors should keep exams open book when in-person classes return to decrease exam-related stress.
Isabella Glassman | The pandemic goes past fortieth street; so should PennOpen PassIsabella Glassman argues that Penn should expand the reach of PennOpen Pass to protect West Philadelphia businesses and residents.
Isabella Glassman | Greek Life: Rushing towards an outbreakPenn's campus guidelines for COVID-19 mitigation, while well-intentioned, are not the most practical and likely won't have the impact they're intended to have.
Isabella Glassman | Greek life: will you help or hurt our Covid count?Penn's greek life community has the responsibility to set the tone for COVID-19 mitigation on campus.