Penn and its students have attempted to address the issue of mental health through a task force, multiple new clubs and countless events, but two students are taking a more creative approach.
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Wharton sophomore Laura Gao recently launched her own company Draw Street Journal which designs and sells laptop decals, many of which are Penn-themed. She spoke with The Daily Pennsylvanian about her inspiration behind the project and owning her own website.
This year’s PennApps winning project can send a piece of code from one computer to another using only radiofrequency — not Wi-Fi, ethernet or Bluetooth.
Though many Penn students got to see Pope Francis last fall, they missed out on another cultural experience that was moved to accommodate the visit — Philadelphia’s biannual Restaurant Week.
On Nov. 30, PennDesign concluded its first successful year of Social Impact Projects, a program organized by PennPraxis to support student proposals with grants to create a social impact in the Philadelphia community.
The Washington Post published an article exposing unequal admissions rates between male and female applicants among private universities. Based on 2014 data from the United States Department of Education, however, it seems that Penn does not have such disparity.
Between the hundreds of clubs on Penn’s campus, it might be difficult to decide which one is right for you. Clubs require different time commitments and many offer opportunities for greater involvement beyond attendance at a General Body Meeting. The Daily Pennsylvanian caught up with a few organizations on campus to share their missions, time commitments and recruitment strategies.
Even students who have already been accepted to Penn believe its new standardized testing requirements are in applicants’ best interests.
Penn’s large community of food lovers is in for a disappointment this fall.
With the help of animator Dan Holland, Pixar is ready to introduce the little voices in people’s heads.
“Happy meals are not very happy without getting $15 of pay,” a sign read outside the 40th and Walnut streets McDonald’s Wednesday afternoon. Underpaid workers across the country assembled to form small scale action in hopes of creating a large scale change.
Eating is serious business.
Through song, film and spoken word, Asian-American groups on campus looked to express their identity over the weekend.
It might have been April Fools’ Day, but on Wednesday night, World Cafe Live’s lineup was anything but a joke.
Introducing, from the red corner ... a Wharton MBA?
The human race was saved on Saturday night as secret agent Bob Chen foiled Dr. Bad Egg's plan to release a virus that would consume all of Taiwan and the world.
Six students engineered their way into working at the nation’s most promising startups.
For Wharton Women members, perks aren’t limited to just another networking event invitation.
On Friday, two rappers came to Penn to prove that Iggy Azalea isn’t the only non-stereotypical hip hop artist.
Social convention is all around us — from mannerisms to sense of fashion to common belief and lingo. On Monday, Feb. 9, Penn Professor Damon Centola and Andrea Baronchelli of City University London published their findings on how social conventions emerge even when there are already preexisting social conventions.