Four years after they were hand–selected from the admitted class of 2011, Penn’s pioneering class of Civic Scholars is preparing itself for graduation.
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Adapting to a new way of life is a challenge that most college freshmen face, but for a large number of Penn students, the experience is marked by religion, or lack thereof.
Sunday night, a group of students will most likely be watching the Academy Awards with a different perspective, being in the middle of their own filmmaking projects.
Robert Cohen was in the Poconos with his family when the fire at Windermere Courts apartments, located at 48th and Walnut streets, erupted on Jan. 10. He watched his apartment complex burn down as it happened on the news.
Does money really buy happiness? A recent study by the Wharton School suggests that in some cases, it does — though not necessarily the way one would think.
Last week, the Wharton School announced an extensive reformation of its masters of business administration curriculum.
For holiday shopping, things are looking up this year.
Scoring airfare to Mardi Gras can be as easy as answering a weekly trivia question.
There is no short supply of women at the Wharton School today, but this was not always the case.
Master’s of business administration graduates can celebrate the fact that hiring is up. Yet signing bonuses are down and salaries remain flat.
The Wharton School had cause to celebrate earlier this week when it ranked third in Bloomberg Businessweek's rankings of the nation’s top Masters of Business Administration programs. Yet, the school’s success on the list was marred by disappointing student survey results.
Plenty of misbehaving entertainers would like to believe that all publicity is good publicity, but unfortunately, this is not always the case.
In a ranking released last week by Bloomberg Businessweek of the best business schools nationwide, the Wharton School came in third for master's of business administration.
Most people wouldn’t dispute the notion that the most effective leaders are often the most outgoing.
School of Social Policy and Practice lecturer Joseph McBride died Friday in a bicycle accident. He was 58.
Students are finding alternatives to bleak job prospects in the United States by looking east to the thriving Asian business market.
One way to upgrade an initiative to a center is to donate $15 million dollars to its advancement.
Despite the more than 20 women’s rights groups on campus, one student thought something was still lacking.
For a company trying to attract the top students in the country, having a ball pit in the office isn’t a bad idea.
Though the job market may appear bleak, from Career Services’ perspective, it’s looking to be a strong year.