Articles by Lindsey Stull
Senior Goodbye from Lindsey Stull | What a marathonPenn has made me a suitable candidate to be a physician; the rest of the world has made me a well-rounded human being.
On A Roll | Fighting academic burnoutAll Penn students possess an awareness of academic burnout. We should make sure that we play as hard as we work.
Lindsey Stull | Think about itI don’t know how to write about rape. If it were something abstract to me, I could probably distance myself, but victims of sexual assault are my friends and classmates, and it’s happening all the time.
Lindsey Stull | It's still free speech under fireAs a total geek, librarians have been some of my best friends. Bert Chapman, a Purdue librarian, will never be one of them.
Lindsey Stull | When DNA is TMIWhat if your employer knew more about you than you did? Sounds scary, but it could happen in the near future.
Lindsey Stull | Me, Myself and my IUDLena Chen, Harvard senior and author of the popular blog “Sex and the Ivy,” knows she will be baby-free til 2014. Is she psychic? Celibate? Nope. She has a brand new baby-fighting friend in her uterus.
Lindsey Stull | Give us a breakLast week's fall "break" is a situation that should be avoided at all costs in the future, for the sake of our sanity.
Lindsey Stull | More than the moneyStudents should strive to achieve a college degree, but trying to quantify higher education ignores the macro-level rise in quality of life for all citizens.
Lindsey Stull | Time for ImprovementA relatively tight passing time often forces students to choose between leaving class early or arriving late
Lindsey Stull | Strengthening shouldersThe Internet has changed research journals, and it's time to comprehensively adapt the system.
Lindsey Stull | Alternative Summer BreakTaking on an unusual challenge during summer break often is a more enriching experience
Lindsey Stull | A chance to exploreExpanding course options for requirements would help keep students interested and standards high.
Lindsey Stull | Meat-free in a city of vegetarian delightsPenn, West Philadelphia and Center City provide myriad tasty options for the conscientious eater
Delicious variety for a vegetarian dinnerWhen I mentioned Horizons to a vegetarian acquaintance, he excitedly promised that the restaurant would deliver "the best meal of [my] life." While a strong allegiance to some Little Italy gnocchi forbids me from agreeing entirely, the chefs at Horizons served me, without a doubt, the prettiest meal of my life and assuredly the best vegan one.
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