Penn alumnus Morgan Neville won an Oscar for directing the Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Former Wharton student Matt Geiger and Wharton senior Evan Rosenbaum co-founded Blend, a college-exclusive app that allows users to share photos and win gift cards based on a daily theme. Blend will expand to develop more prominence in the app world due to a recent seed investment of $2.7 million from the global venture capital firm, New Enterprise Associates, or NEA.
The first ever African Think Tank Summit brought pioneering
results.Penn’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program organized the first
ever continental think tank conference in partnership with the Africa Building
After years of negotiation, hundreds of pages of documents and a federal review panel in a fight for ownership of Native American cultural artifacts, at least two of them are now part of the new Native American Voices exhibit.
Penn for Immigrant Rights and the Latino Pre-Medical Association co-hosted “Healthcare for the Undocumented,” a panel discussion for Immigrant Action Week last night in Huntsman Hall.
College senior Meher Rehman researches microfinance.
Starting today, students will have access to
the miracle of life - horse edition.
This past fall, Sayre High School students in a program called "Leaders of Change" examined how Philadelphia and state schools function and came to a stark conclusion: their school system is failing them.
1965 College graduate Ed Rendell spoke about immigration reform last night at an event co-sponsored by Penn for Immigrant Rights and Penn Democrats to kick off Immigration Action Week.
Former Chief Executive Officer Joe Meyer of New York-based company HopStop visited campus on Friday to speak with current students about entrepreneurship.
Curator John Vick, who received his master’s degree in art history from Penn in 2007, called surrealism more “seductive” than “attractive,” because it is often distorted and invites more imagination than more conventional aesthetics.
Last night, the Penn Museum hosted its annual Valentine’s
Day presentation, this year called "Blurred
Lines," sponsored by the Young Friends Society.
Automated External Defibrillators are devices used to shock the heart when a person undergoes sudden cardiac arrest.
Last night, Penn Law hosted a panel where experts discussed the problems behind the Syrian refugee crisis and interventions necessary for fixing it.
Penn Med is sponsoring a competition where photographers can send in images of Philadelphia for the chance to be displayed in the new Pavilion for Advanced Care at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
Chief of Infectious Diseases at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Paul Offit spoke at Huntsman Hall on Tuesday.
Last week, Penn Medicine announced the creation of its new Program for LGBT Health, an initiative dedicated to tailoring health care practices to the specific needs of the LGBT community.
A 'Bloods and Crips'-themed party sparks outrage and policy changes at Dartmouth.
For Bazaarvoice, Inc. — a software company founded by 1999 Wharton MBA graduate Brett Hurt — the fallout from a federal antitrust lawsuit On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed a proposal for final judgment in its lawsuit against Bazaarvoice, which, pending court approval, will require the company to sell all assets gained from its 2012 acquisition of PowerReviews, Inc.Bazaarvoice and PowerReviews were businesses that provide internet retailers with ratings and reviews platforms — software systems that allow users to offer feedback about the products available The DOJ’s proposal is a follow-up action to the ruling that Judge William Orrick of the U.S.
Last night, Ashley Johnson, a Penn graduate and broadcast reporter for PHL17's Eye Opener News gave advice to students interested in pursuing a career in journalism.