In her column, “Inviting Quaker pride,” two weeks ago, Dani Blum argued that Penn should continue to admit a high percentage of the freshman class through the Early Decision program. This, she believes, will give Penn more students who are committed to the University, who will work to realize their specific Penn visions, academic and extracurricular, once they get here. “Admissions should try to find the most qualified and interested students, but we should also reward those who can truly see themselves here,” she writes.
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Young people looking for jobs may find that Philadelphia is not a strong city for employment opportunities.
Changes in the industry and the economy may be leading graduates to seek nonprofit jobs.
Students seeking employment may now have an easier time as the job market enters an upswing.
Nine New York Law School graduates sued their alma mater last month claiming they were mislead by the school’s information on career prospects.
Students still searching for summer internships should take heart from the success stories of last year.
Over the last 10 days, several business students underwent a hands-on lesson in management for a good cause.
While most would easily call the presidential election a ‘big deal,’ foreign students may be stumped by these kinds of idioms.
While seniors scramble to secure jobs before the recruiting season ends, one particular group of students faces more difficulties than everyone else.
Some students value an internship for more than just its paycheck reward.
Procrastinating on Facebook might not be as bad as students think. According to recent market research, it might even lead to a job offer.
Students searching for internships may soon have an easier time.
PennLink was offline from the evening of Feb. 9 until the morning of Feb. 13 due to technology malfunctions.
The Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program allows students and faculty to learn from each other outside of the classroom.
One Penn graduate is looking to combat the decline in local media and the lack of government accountability.
Yesterday morning, researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine launched a game that might save someone’s life.
Defying the job-cutting trends across many industries, technology companies are offering attractive career prospects to college students.
In spite of an uncertain job market and a fragile economy, most Penn graduates have seen rising salaries and improved career prospects.
Attempting to stay afloat in the modern rat race to success can leave little room for individuality.
For a small number of seniors, last December marked not only the end of 2011 but also the end of their college careers.