Wow: Amy Gutmann Is Indirectly Responsible for Watergate

It’s a bad day to be University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann.  Yesterday, the Daily Pennsylvanian outed her indirect connection with the Texas shooting last month through her position on the board at The Vanguard Group.  Quite frankly, her tenure as President should be terminated on these grounds alone.  But what the DP failed to … Continue reading Wow: Amy Gutmann Is Indirectly Responsible for Watergate

Advertisements

Mathematical Proof: Gender Spectrum Increases Wage Inequality 335%

By James Paron Oppression takes no days off; neither should our battle against it. Still, in the Era of Intersectionality, it can become exhausting to keep track of struggles and yet more exhausting to fight in several concurrently. We thus deploy the most potent tactics possible in our battle against fascist pigs. Usually, it makes … Continue reading Mathematical Proof: Gender Spectrum Increases Wage Inequality 335%

The Incoming Freshman’s Guide to Penn DoubleSpeak

By Daniel Tancredi You didn’t ask for it, but here it is: the Incoming Freshman’s Guide to Penn DoubleSpeak. Classes just started, and you don’t have too much homework yet, so it’s probably best to knock this out now. The libs’ll try to get you tripped up on these buzzwords so they can call you … Continue reading The Incoming Freshman’s Guide to Penn DoubleSpeak

Violating the Privilege Binary

By Dominic Gregorio A couple months ago, I opened up about the intersectional oppression I face here at Penn. However, as the semester has progressed, I have meditated on my experiences. I have received sparse yet impactful criticism for my confessions, which I feel prepared to unpack. I have dug deeper into my identity, and … Continue reading Violating the Privilege Binary

Film Review: “An Inconvenient Sequel”

By Toren Arginteanu Self-proclaimed "man who used to be the next president" Al Gore is releasing an "Inconvenient Sequel" to his award-winning 2006 documentary "An Inconvenient Truth." The trailer was recently released, and the film itself will be released later this year. Gore and his original film have been overwhelmingly lauded for his predictions that … Continue reading Film Review: “An Inconvenient Sequel”

#NotMyBestPicture: Protests Erupt Nationwide After Moonlight Claims Best Picture at Oscars

Protests have already begun after Moonlight won the Oscar for best picture last night in a shocking victory at the Academy Awards. Going into the ceremony, La La Land led the field with 14 Oscar nominations, tying All About Eve (1950) and Titanic (1997) for the most Oscar nominations in history.  News outlets from Business … Continue reading #NotMyBestPicture: Protests Erupt Nationwide After Moonlight Claims Best Picture at Oscars

Fidel Castro’s 8 Finest Achievements

Fidel Castro's recent death has been hailed by countless Cuban refugees as a sign that the brutal socialist regime that tortured and murdered their families may someday come to an end. But many white leftists, from Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau to British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, have a vastly different view of him. … Continue reading Fidel Castro’s 8 Finest Achievements