Articles by Lark Yan

07/21/20 12:00pm
Since incoming college first years are at a key transition stage of their lives, they should highly consider taking a gap semester given their inability to receive a complete college experience under present circumstances.
06/26/20 4:18pm
Penn is prioritizing the health of its community by announcing stringent tracking and tracing measures, following the example of other nations who have effectively curbed the rampant spread of the virus by implementing such digital systems.
06/08/20 11:43am
Asian Americans and Christians are part of a unique niche in American society that seems to tell us it’s best we stay out of the fight.
04/06/20 10:37pm
Rather than disparaging Asian nations, President Trump should instead start to learn from their responses to the disease.
03/04/20 7:28pm
As the ones paying the bill, it seems only right that students receive at least more information and price transparency on how and why these decisions were made.
02/13/20 12:51am
As we celebrate this historic win for “Parasite,” let’s not forget about the fight of those yet to receive their rightful equality and recognition. 
01/29/20 9:58pm
The coronavirus is a serious health crisis, but we can’t use it to drive us towards hatred and fear.
01/14/20 11:25pm
By deciding to defund PPI, Penn not only devalued students’ opinions but also deemphasized the importance of public policy research. 
12/04/19 7:53pm
Until minority groups see equal representation and value on campus from Penn administration, via equal spacing and resources, then whatever small offers Penn might provide will not be good enough.
10/20/19 10:41pm
Although official statements and claims decrying Wax’s ideals as not representative of Penn Law’s values is a good start, it’s simply not enough.
10/03/19 12:42pm
At its core, Christianity emphasizes love; it is a religion built upon the gracious love of God who saves humans from sin.
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