Brooklyn-based band, The Antlers, have achieved what most indie artists can only dream of: an 8.5 rating and the elusive “Best New Music” title from music website Pitchfork Media.
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Steve Forbes addressed students in Irvine Auditorium as the Social Planning and Events Committee’s fall speaker.
Ted Sorensen, special counsel and principal speechwriter to former President John F. Kennedy, spoke Wednesday afternoon at the Penn Bookstore about his new book.
Hip-hop artist Lupe Fiasco’s performed in a promotion of the upcoming documentary, which highlights the importance of social activism.
Dustin Lance Black gave the keynote address for QPenn, encouraging attendees to support legislation outlawing discrimination of LGBT students and sharing his personal experiences growing up in a homophobi community.
Hoping to improve the relationship between these two elements, Wharton professors Jehoshua Eliashberg and Z. John Zhang, along with current New York University professor Sam Hui, have devised a method in which they can, by analyzing a film’s script, predict its box office potential.
Touted as the industry’s first private sales store that can be accessed entirely through Facebook, the application launched in late August following a successful trial period.
Wharton students defend the Management 100 TA system, which has recently come under attack in a new book about Higher Education.
Wharton Deputy Vice Dean of Student Life Kembrel Jones — also known affectionately as the Dean of Happiness — fosters students' well being.
The founders of Kickin.it — a College alumnus and two Stanford University graduates — have created a website and an iPhone application that not only allow users to broadcast what they are doing, but also who they are with.
Recently appointed a Penn Institute of Urban Research scholar, Cailles Cates Barnett has worked in city management across the country. Prior to her appointment at Penn, she worked as Philadelphia’s managing director.
MBA admissions consultants are widely used to help guide applicants through the process. What is surprising is the recent shift in the relationship between top MBA programs and consulting firms.
Wharton professor Karl Ulrich, the owner of over 20 patents, was recently appointed to be "Dean of Innovation" — a new deanship created to promote entrepreneurship and invention.
Igor Taber logged a 16-hour commute between Moscow and Philadelphia while enrolled in Wharton's Executive Master of Business Administration program
This week, students weary of typical blockbuster offerings have an antidote to box-office boredom close to campus. With Penn sponsoring the festival, about 40% of screenings are in U. City.
After a low point in the 2008-09 school year, more businesses are subscribed for recruiting. And according to Career Services, more employers are hiring this year as well.
Student interests at Penn do not align with the results of a recent Bloomberg Businessweek list naming College Students' Top Employers.
Penn Feminists is the newest women’s rights group on campus. Graduate Nursing student Ellen Hansen, the groups’s founder, hopes to set members of Penn Feminists apart from those of similar organizations on campus in the range of issues they discuss.
Last week the Wharton School’s Jay H. Baker Retailing Initiative was rechristened the Jay H. Baker Retailing Center because of the Bakers' recent contribution.
Students are finding alternatives to bleak job prospects in the United States by looking east to the thriving Asian business market.