The early bird gets the worm! Or in this case, rather than a worm, Elizabeth Rogers (C '22) will be getting some Golden Beets and a Syrian Lamb Kabob.
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Heartbreaking: "Serial Entrepreneur" Suffering Withdrawal After Not Starting a Fake Company in the Past Two Weeks
Some people just can't handle the business side.
Everyone gets lonely some times. This has been especially true for James Roberts (C '20), who has spent the past two and a half months of his life in a state of empty solitude.
Just weeks after her Supreme Court nomination, Amy Wax seems to be pursuing a different, more unconventional career path. Seemingly blinded by Penn's toxic corporate culture, Wax has accepted a new role at Papa John's as General Counsel and Head of Legal Affairs.
Albert Liu (E '20) was excited to spend his summer finally putting his academic work to proper use. Liu, who studies Systems Engineering, Cognitive Science, and Theoretical Physics, spent a great deal of time and money on his classes, and was hopeful to see these efforts manifest in a meaningful internship.
They say it's tough to be internationally conscious nowadays. For renowned frat star Ben Thomas (W '19), however, all it takes to become a true global citizen and soccer aficionado is a few games of FIFA 18.
The legal system is renowned for its divisive nature and the discourse it promotes, caused by countless discrepancies in ideologies. However, there has perhaps been no better agreement between two key figures in the legal system than President Donald Trump and renowned Penn Law professor Amy Wax.
Penn President Amy Gutmann took her biannual trip to Penn's Counseling and Psychological Services center this week, but her trip is receiving far more attention for her wardrobe choice during the journey, than the journey itself.
Following in the footsteps of the University of Chicago, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has decided to simplify its admissions requirements and make them more accessible to applicants who are not finance gurus.
Talk about an ambitious bunch of students! A recent Annenberg study reports that a staggering 73% of incoming members of Penn's Class of 2022 had the same motivation for applying to Penn - the university's (second) most famous alum.
Penn alum Donald J. Trump (W '68) has clearly had enough with the infestation of Canadians at his alma matter. Earlier this week, the President took harsh measures to prevent more Canadians from entering the university, imposing strict tariffs on the trade of metals, natural resources, and of course, annoying Canadian students.
On his first day of his new internship, rising Senior Carl Jefferson entered the office feeling perplexed. Accustomed to crowds of students wearing similar backpacks across campus, he was shocked to see a sudden disappearance of this accessory he had come to love and respect.
Victor Randal hates many things about Penn. Far too frequently, he can be spotted roaming campus and presenting his controversial opinions, regularly complaining about the privilege and entitlement amongst his peers.
It is undeniable that being a journalist comes with its risks. DP Opinion Columnist Martina Salvatore became far too familiar with this reality earlier today, when she suffered third-degree burns from the unquenchable flames of her latest "hot take."
The former Undergraduate Chair of the Anthropology Department, James Waters, inspired his students and encouraged them to follow their passions, according to three sources close to students enrolled in Waters' classes. Waters' alleged behavior directly violated University policy, which explicitly states that the encouragement of careers other than finance and consulting are prohibited.
College junior and outspoken NRA member Daniel Rogers knows a thing or two about arms. It's for this precise reason that he will do anything to protect his right to bear arms and show off his guns.
They say what makes Penn truly great is its unparalleled network of alumni. From the likes of Elon Musk to John Legend, Penn's graduates have been undeniably successful in their pursuits. As of today, another noteworthy name can be added to this list of incredible alums.
As fraternities across the country are being reprimanded for their brutal pledging tactics, one of Penn's business fraternities, Beta Iota Zeta (BIZ), has taken a slightly different approach to pledging.
It is commonly said that "the grind don’t stop." And for numerous Wharton students, the grind for summer internship positions has already begun.
In a groundbreaking move that has shattered the glass ceiling for cultural clubs everywhere, the Penn Taiwanese Society has accepted John Huang (C '21) into their organization, making him the first member of their club with a true Taiwanese heritage.