Articles by Rachel Baye
Farewell Column by Rachel Baye | Why can’t we be enemies?Not all enemies are Sue Sylvester or Darth Vader. Not all enemies are even people.
Behind the lipstick and sex jokesThe metaphorical curtain was about to go up on the Queer Student Alliance’s fifth-annual drag show Friday, and backstage the drag queens were already dancing.
Last store standingThe McDonald’s on the northeast corner of 40th and Walnut is one of the few things that hasn’t moved or left over the past few decades, but Penn officials would like to change that.
Letter from the Editor | 132 issues later...After 132 issues this year alone, it’s finally time to hand over this amazing company to a new group of editors and managers and a new Executive Editor.
Letter from the Editor | Inside the ‘DP’ logicA number of readers have asked me how we decide what we publish. Unfortunately, there’s no quick and dirty answer. In fact, we often debate the decision to publish a photo, story or letter to the Editor.
Letter from the Editor | Any way you'd likeWe are the student voice, just like we were in 1885. But now you can use us in ways you never could before. And we want you to use us. Any way you’d like.
Mystery substance causes disturbance at AnnenbergReports of a possibly threatening substance at the Annenberg School for Communication Friday turned out to be false.
*"Letter" from the Editor | Insert opinion hereI know you don’t care what I have to say. And the truth is, The Daily Pennsylvanian ran out of unique things to say a long time ago.
Letter from the Editor | Engage in the electionThe Daily Pennsylvanian wants you to be engaged in the student government election process and to be informed.
First Fling artist to be announced MondayIn a marked break from tradition, the Social Planning and Events Concerts Committee will announce the first of three Spring Fling performers Monday by way of a scavenger hunt.
Letter from the editor | Your new calendarPenn is your campus, and the DP is your news source. And now, Events@Penn can be your calendar.
Letter from the Editor | Getting in your headThe DP is here for students, and we want to know what you're thinking. Talk to us about what you’re reading, comment online, and follow us on Twitter.
Student govt. members seek to reform UATwo seniors involved in Penn Student Government are organizing a meeting Wednesday night to discuss the possibility of reforming the Undergraduate Assembly.
Two UA members resignSunday night, College sophomores Cornelius Range and Adam Hamilton resigned from their seats on the Undergraduate Assembly. College juniors Rico Moorer and Michael Chen will step up to replace them.
Gutmann receives $500K Carnegie grantPenn President Amy Gutmann was one of four higher-education leaders to receive a 2009 Carnegie Corporation Academic Leadership Award yesterday.
Summer Recap | Penn Med doctor defends actions despite errors at VA hospitalGary Kao, a radiation oncologist at the School of Medicine, was told his services would no longer be needed at the Philadelphia Veteran Affairs Medical Center after he was accused of poorly administering 92 veterans' prostate cancer treatments.
On UA, Becca Elman replaces Angela PoeCollege sophomore Becca Elman will take over for Poe, a would-be College sophomore, representing the School of Arts and Sciences on the Undergraduate Assembly.
MINORITY GROUPS | Penn offers resource centers for every factionPenn prides itself on being a culturally diverse school, with an accepting campus climate. And with the following cultural and minority support groups, you're sure to find somewhere you can fit in.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT | Affecting change and getting involved on campusIf you want more opportunities to affect change on campus, you can get involved with Penn's student government.