Articles by Sam Bieler
Sam Bieler | Lower drinking age will lead to lowered drinksWhen 18-year-olds can legally purchase alcohol, buying and consuming alcohol becomes less exciting
Sam Bieler | Trading Spaces: Beijing editionConfident that I had no desire to study abroad, I planned a double major that would keep me on campus. Then I took a summer job as intern in an American law firm in Beijing, and realized I had made a huge mistake.
Sam Bieler | If only I’d knownI now present everything that I wish I had known as a freshman.
Bieler's Day Off | Better Rhodes to helping studentsCURF needs to step up its efforts to let students know about fellowships and assist them in applying.
Bieler's Day Off | Writing seminars are misunderstoodThe Penn writing seminar can be a wonderfully effective tool, but only if its applications are made more clear.
Bieler's Day Off | How technology hurts interactionsThe digital revolution is all around us but if we are not careful, the issues of technology and space will isolate us right out of what makes Penn special as a University.
Bieler's Day Off | An honest chance to question politiciansEveryone deserves an honest chance to question their politicians, even if those questions are about when we can light up.
Bieler's Day Off | From collaboration, celebrationGroups should work together to make better use of Penn’s many lesser-known funding sources.
Bieler's Day Off | Getting an A+ for effortGetting an A+ in classes is a real possibility. The process for how these grades are awarded should be better standardized.
Sam Bieler | Making the most of opportunitiesFor most, Halloween Friday is a bacchanalia of wild parties and scandalous outfits; I saw Shakespeare.
Sam Bieler | The People-Who-Voted-Nov. 3rd SocietyLast year 3,833 people voted on campus. This year only 171 people took the 20 minutes needed to cast a vote.
Sam Bieler | Tunneling their way to Penn loreThe possibility of tunnels and crawl spaces running underneath campus have long dominated Penn lore