Articles by Riane Lumer

01/30/24 8:19pm
Columnist Riane Lumer advocates for students to indulge in non-preprofessional clubs to receive benefits distinct to those activities. 
12/07/23 10:39pm
Columnist Riane Lumer responds to arguments to eliminate testing accommodations by advocating for their purpose and denouncing stigma.
09/20/23 9:19pm
Columnist Riane Lumer argues that Elon Musk's threats to the Anti-Defamation League are a deterrent from his own pitfalls. 
09/07/23 12:01am
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09/04/23 11:50pm
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05/31/23 12:50am
Columnist Riane Lumer positively reflects upon her journey to Penn as a transfer while advising potential transfers to be open minded in their college journey.
04/27/23 11:13pm
Columnist Riane Lumer analyzes the consequences of book purges as threats to democracy and societal interconnection.  
04/06/23 10:38pm
Columnist Riane Lumer responds to the Resume.io study that Liz Magill reposted about university happiness rankings.
03/27/23 11:13pm
Columnist Riane Lumer critiques the prioritization of research over teaching among Penn’s faculty. 
03/27/23 12:47am
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02/22/23 10:21am
Columnist Riane Lumer explores how affirmations can empower you to navigate your life through a growth mindset.
02/07/23 10:52pm
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12/02/22 11:57am
Columnist Riane Lumer investigates the harm of Kanye West and Kyrie Irving’s antisemitic-rhetoric with a plea for accountability from the public.
11/07/22 4:31am
Columnist Riane Lumer prompts students to show up to the polls this November while debunking the commonly used myths for abstention.
10/12/22 7:43pm
Columnist Riane Lumer urges Penn to follow other universities’ footsteps and adopt a compostable program to mitigate climate change.
10/04/22 11:37am
Columnist Riane Lumer explores factors to look forward to given advancements in the pandemic, but also cautions a semi-return to normalcy.
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