This weekend, the engineering quad will welcome over a thousand hackers for the eighth PennApps, after the first event in Fall 2009. 2500 students applied, and 1300 were accepted.
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The Wharton School boasts the highest percentage of women among all business schools in the world.
An intern died last summer after pulling three all-nighters. Investment banks are changing their policies to protect interns
Focusing on informal art discussions, Penn's new Art Appreciation Society held its first meeting last Monday presenting visitors with overviews on art styles and promises of many future events.
"This is a business that needs to be created — and professional women like ourselves are the best people to do it,” says 2013 Wharton MBA graduate and Of Mercer co-founder Dorie Golkin.
Huntsman Hall's GSRs are getting a $550,000 makeover, complete with wireless upgrades, larger screens and whiteboard walls based on student feedback.
There's now science behind why you may go to the gym more often at the beginning of a year.
Many projects stemming from MGMT 104 help students to think beyond careers in banking and consulting while others focus on dining hall staff appreciation.
Last night, students filled the LGBT center to play "Body Jeopardy," answering trivia questions on sex and body image issues.
Twenty-six teams competed this weekend at PennHacks, a biannual, 40-hour-long competition where participants designed and create tangible electronic devices and toys.