Articles by Surayya Walters

11/16/20 9:03pm
While I didn’t have a favorite candidate, we now have an executive team with great potential. I’ve begun to trust that together they’ll possess the strength to lead our nation in the right direction.
11/06/20 6:17pm
I’m working hard to find a company that does more than talk about inclusivity, equity, and fairness, but one that actually manifests those ideals in their actions.
06/06/20 2:03pm
As someone who is tired of the cycle — wrongful death, post about it, protest, repeat — we must remain committed to the fight against injustice, even when it is not convenient.
03/01/20 8:46pm
As a young Black woman who is a Wharton student, times like this make me feel a little prouder and more at peace with myself in this environment.
02/05/20 10:21pm
Whether through funding for relocation efforts for the cultural houses or in paying reparations, Penn needs to increase its advocacy on behalf of its Black students.
11/20/19 9:04pm
In the words of Martin Luther King, Jr., ‘’we must learn to live together as brothers or we will perish together as fools.'' We must be the change we seek.
11/10/19 10:17pm
To let go, we must admit that we can’t do everything.
10/27/19 8:06pm
With content created to empower and uplift, rooted in humility and a desire to see others succeed, we can reach millions of students who see themselves in us. Like the adage says, ‘’It’s not what you say, but how you say it,’’ that makes all the difference. 
10/23/19 11:19pm
Benjamin Franklin said that "by failing to plan, you are planning to fail." I’d like to challenge that statement.
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