For many Penn students, post-graduation plans begin to cast their shadow early, in a hazy and frequently terrifying way. Some manage to ease the anxiety with an unambiguous post-grad trajectory.
The Wall Street Journal found that students are declaring majors earlier, but that's not necessarily the case at Penn.
An estimated 3,000 students from Drexel, Penn, Temple and other colleges stood in front of McDonald's and marched down to the Market Street Bridge.
"Every law school... needs to recognize that we are in a shifting legal atmosphere both in the United States and around the world," Penn Law Dean Theodore Ruger said.
Creative thinkers from around the world have ideas for how to innovate education and a few are bringing them to Penn’s Graduate School of Education.
The Benjamin Franklin Scholars program promises to offer undergraduates a fulfilling, intellectually rigorous way to pursue their interests at Penn, but some students say the program could use improving.