Articles by Kyle Hardgrave

05/10/12 7:45pm

Venture capitalists contribute to entrepreneurship at Penn

A handful of actively engaged venture capitalists have helped strengthen Penn’s connection to the world of startups and entrepreneurship on several levels of university life, from the Engineering School to Penn’s endowment.
04/19/12 10:29pm

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: April 13

A weekly roundup of news from around the Ivy League and the higher-education community
04/19/12 12:43am

Prefreshman energized by VIPER

Fordham’s story underscores the passions that a unique initiative like VIPER can ignite in prospective students. ADMIT SERIES: Part 1 ADMIT SERIES: Part 2 ADMIT SERIES: Part 3
04/18/12 12:14am

Penn announces partnership with online courseware provider

In a move that will put Penn at the forefront of an online education movement making waves throughout higher education, 12 Penn professors will open versions of their most popular courses to a global internet audience.
04/16/12 10:54pm

Likely letter recipient considers college options

In mid-February, Tatar, a senior at Norwood High School in Norwood, Mass., was one of about 230 applicants to the Class of 2016 to receive a “likely letter” from the Office of Admissions. ADMIT SERIES: Part 1
04/16/12 10:49pm

Penn’s core curriculum requirements fall in the middle of peer schools

As class schedules were released last week and registration opened, many students will spend the next few months strategizing about how to fulfill the College of Arts and Science’s diverse Sector and Foundational requirements. WORD ON THE WALK | Core Curriculums INTERACTIVE: Penn’s Core Curriculum
04/12/12 9:10pm

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: April 13

A weekly roundup of news from around the Ivy League and the higher-education community.
04/06/12 12:00am

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: April 6

A weekly roundup of news from around the Ivy League and the higher-education community
04/03/12 11:30pm

Joke Issue: 'Not Penn State,' says admit office

More than 400 Penn acceptance letters were accidentally sent to Pennsylvania State University applicants, Dean of Admissions Eric Furda announced in a statement Tuesday.
03/29/12 9:13pm

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: March 30

A weekly roundup of news from around the Ivy League and the higher-education community.
03/22/12 11:33pm

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: March 23

A weekly roundup of news from around the Ivy League and the higher-education community
03/22/12 12:38am

Professors invest in student startups

Taking interest in student ideas, professors are helping launch students’ careers by investing money in startup companies
03/18/12 11:24pm

Program building understanding about conflict in Middle East recognized

Two Penn students won a $10,000 award for their work on an organization that is bringing together American and Middle Eastern students from the comforts of their own dorm rooms.
03/16/12 12:48am

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: March 16

A weekly roundup of higher education news around the Ivy League and peer schools.
02/29/12 12:44am

Penn endowment continues to grow

According to a report released by Forbes last week, the University’s endowment growth ranks 22nd among the 32 universities with endowments valued at more than $2 billion.
02/27/12 8:53pm
The College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Wharton School all have individualized major programs for undergraduates, though what they look like — and how hard they are to pursue — are vastly different. VIDEO: Word on the Walk | Individualized Majors
02/24/12 12:50am

Quick Takes | Higher education round-up: Feb. 24

A weekly roundup of higher education news around the Ivy League and peer schools
02/15/12 9:41pm

Penn senior one of forty nationwide to win Gates Scholarship

Wharton and College senior Eileen Moison was one of 40 winners selected by the scholarship to pursue graduate studies at the University of Cambridge for up to three years.
02/12/12 8:52pm

Asian-American admissions bias under investigation at Harvard, Princeton

Last week, the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights began looking into whether Harvard and Princeton universities discriminate against Asian-American applicants in their admissions processes.
02/07/12 9:50pm
National survey finds college freshmen are more academic and professionally focused. This trend has been apparent at Penn. INTERACTIVE: Class of 2015 perspective on political issues
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01/08/06 2:56pm

Ne-he-mi-ah

For the record, Nehemiah Ingram -- Temple's infamous goon -- scored two points today.What impresses me more, though, is that Temple shot 45 percent from the field and 8-16 from three.And what impresses me most is that at literally the same time, West Virginia -- unranked at the moment, though that clearly shouldn't be the case-- shot the lights out at Villanova.
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