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Last week, Judith Hodara, the Senior Associate Director of MBA Admissions at Wharton, and her outside consulting stints raised a few eyebrows - within the Penn administration and the wider admissions community.
With ambitious initiatives on his agenda for 2008, Wharton Dean Thomas Robertson has a busy year ahead.
International students who are eligible for financial aid will receive the same benefits of Penn's new loan-free program, according to the University.
Last Friday, over 800 people gathered at the Park Hyatt Philadelphia Hotel to discuss current trends in private equity.
Months down the line, the student loan industry fiasco is far from forgotten.
The next major contributions to stem cell research may be made at Penn.
The Latino Coalition elected its new board for the upcoming year last night in Huntsman Hall.
At the last Undergraduate Assembly meeting of the semester, members tied up loose ends on housing, course offerings and free newspapers before winter break.
Job-seeking seniors, breathe a little easier.
A training program at Penn is bringing nurses out of the hospital and onto the crime scene.
Pizza was a little different yesterday at Kings Court/English College House.
Most Wharton Management 100 teams plan events and sell T-shirts to raise money for their clients and causes.
Dodging other cars, giving the right of way and stopping at intersections are all standard rules of driving.
Rows of desks, stacks of books and middle-aged librarians insisting on quiet: The image of a library is not necessarily the most appealing.
Nursing faculty, staff and students gathered with outside guests in the auditorium of Claire Fagin Hall yesterday to celebrate the official launch of the NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health and the landmark $5 million gift from the NewCourtland Elder Services.
The typical criteria for a business-school ranking include job placement, graduates' salaries and academic quality.
The School of Nursing community came together last Friday to hear about the school's current conditions.
Penn doctors are giving some patients a second chance at life.
As far as extracurriculars go, yearbook editor or debate team president seemed to lack that certain something for College sophomore Josh Corn.