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During his first week at Penn, Tristan O’Brien walked into the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, looking for his classroom. Another man walked into the Center, also looking for a classroom. When they couldn’t find them, a security guard directed them to the building next door, the Annenberg School for Communication.
Career Services launched a new webpage devoted to veteran students last week, a day after The Daily Pennsylvanian reported on veteran students’ petition for more resources.
An online petition proposing a resource center for Penn students who are veterans is gaining significant support, amassing over 375 signatures as of Monday night.
Qais Iwidat is a senior, but he has only gone home once since coming to Penn.
On Wednesday, the Wharton Communication Program announced the winner of Wharton’s Writing for Work Challenge, an online writing competition for Wharton undergraduates.
Amethys Kompani, the only incoming freshman from Iran, went to Dubai three times to take the SAT, because there was no SAT testing center in her country.
Former assistant history professor Kristen Stromberg Childers claims that she did not receive tenure because she took a leave of absence to give birth and take care of her children.
David Niu sold his properties and bought a one-way ticket for his family to take a year of “Careercation” — career and vacation.
When business economics and public policy professor Olivia Mitchell started writing for a Wall Street Journal blog on pensions and personal finance, her daughter suggested that she also tweet about it.
Penn women’s lacrosse coach Karin Brower Corbett issued a statement Friday saying “many of the allegations” that team members damaged Fado Irish Pub in Center City on March 29 are “unfounded or are not attributable to members of the Penn Women’s Lacrosse Team.”
Even Geoffrey Garrett acknowledges that he is an unusual pick for the Wharton dean position.
Members of Penn’s women’s lacrosse team allegedly engaged in “absolutely deplorable behavior” on Saturday night at Fado Irish Pub in Center City.
A. Eugene Kohn, the architect of Huntsman Hall, visited Penn last Thursday to give a speech on his career in architecture. The founder and chairman of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the architecture firm behind the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Kohn received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from Penn in 1953 and 1957, respectively. He served in the United States Navy for three years before returning to Penn for his master’s degree. The Daily Pennsylvanian had the opportunity to talk to him about stories behind Huntsman Hall.
The Delta Pi fraternity chapter house at 4015 Walnut St. sunk into the ground 12 feet below the street last night. Officials at Facilities & Real Estate Services believed that the rain from the weekend caused the disaster.
Dean Thomas Robertson, who led Wharton since 2007, repositioned a business school faced with a number of challenges.
The Wharton MBA Class of 2014 will be the first to graduate after communication curriculum requirements were added in 2012. The requirements include one writing course and two speaking courses.
CA Technologies has officially joined the Wharton Mack Institute for Innovation Management as a corporate partner.
When Won Lee, the creative director of the Hyesoon Kim Hanbok show, wanted to recruit models for his fashion show event which showcased traditional Korean dresses at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Penn students came to mind.
The 18th Wharton Indian Economic Forum will discuss the
upcoming national election in India - in absence of any Indian politicians.
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