Articles by Tyler Larkworthy

05/27/20 1:25pm
What I have found myself missing above all is community. Penn gave me many communities, and I deeply treasured the connection and support I found in them. 
03/04/20 6:25pm
Under the new tuition rate, Penn’s incoming class can expect to pay their school over $300,000 by the time they graduate. That is absurd. 
01/26/20 8:38pm
Men and women on this campus have sorted themselves off, having prepared for very different experiences. Ultimately, however, both fraternities and sororities at Penn enforce an outdated, regressive concept of gender roles.
10/29/19 7:03pm
I strongly believe this message to be universal. No matter what your circumstances, finding something about them to laugh at can lighten the load at least a little. And often, that makes all the difference.
10/01/19 5:27pm
It is time to take a stand and demand better from those for whom we will dedicate the majority of our waking hours.
04/22/19 12:35pm
We could live incredibly sustainable lives. But we don’t.
04/01/19 12:14am
So, instead of trying to make the most out of Penn, just try to make it through. That is an accomplishment in itself.
02/19/19 9:53pm
At the root of this anguish is Penn’s system for course registration. 
04/26/17 11:34pm
Finals season can be overwhelming. Here are some convenient places on campus for students to take a break — and maybe some comfort food. 
04/06/17 12:42am
Brianna Wronko started Group K to work further on an innovative diagnostic tool she created as her bioengineering senior design project.
03/31/17 4:20pm
In August 2016 the NLRB ruled that all private university graduate students could be classified as employees and had the right to unionize. 
03/19/17 8:40pm
Some crimes are less visible than others, and the Students Against Human Trafficking club at Penn is determined to end one of the most insidious.
02/15/17 10:54pm
Wharton senior and 2016 participant Kevin Park said he had an idea for a social impact venture going into the program but, after workshops and discussions with mentors during the trip, he realized his idea was "not feasible."
02/08/17 3:19pm
The $30 million, however, represented only one percent of Penn’s $3.18 billion Academic Operating Budget in the 2015 fiscal year. A budget presentation released by Wolf also showed that Penn receives more state appropriations than a number of similarly-sized private universities.
12/05/16 2:51pm
Many students criticized the choice of another white male colonial figure as the namesake for a residential college. 
11/17/16 3:37pm
According to the Yale Daily News, two unions of blue-collar workers at Yale demonstrated Wednesday night after a meeting.
11/05/16 1:49pm
One student began his speech by noting, "Obama is really cool."
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