Articles by David Zhang

11/17/23 12:30am
The new office building, which will sit on land previously occupied by McDonald’s, will be the new home of Penn Global, University Life, and Career Services.
11/06/23 11:41pm
Tropical Smoothie Cafe joins Playa Bowls and Gong Cha, which both opened in June, as new restaurant offerings in University City.
09/25/23 11:19pm
At the undergraduate level, Penn has 1,083 founders, 993 companies, and $34 billion in capital raised. 
09/14/23 10:40pm
Hangry Joe’s serves a mix of Nashville-style chicken fingers, Korean fried chicken, and boba.
04/26/23 10:55pm
The platform, Swipe Exchange, allowed students to list and bid for meal exchanges at the retail dining location Houston Market.
04/03/23 9:49pm
The store — located at 140 S. 34th St. — will be the flagship store and is the second in Philadelphia, following a store at 3605 Lancaster Ave. 
03/19/23 7:34pm
Each alumni founder or leader at an early-stage company had 10 minutes to pitch their ideas to an investor, receiving advice or securing funding.
02/08/23 10:00pm
The Wharton Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Club's annual conference will feature four hour-long panels, each focusing on different topics and with different speakers.
02/01/23 9:43pm
The newly published analysis finds that the costs of Biden’s program — between $333 billion to $361 billion — would be much higher than the Department of Education's initial estimate of $138 billion.
11/30/22 2:03am
Among various career paths, financial services continued to be the most popular with 38.6% of graduates taking a job in the sector, with private equity as the most pursued subfield at 12.6%.
11/14/22 1:02am
Led by Perelman School of Medicine radiation oncologist Keith Cengel and a School of Veterinary Medicine oncologist Brian Flesner, the team employs a new radiation technique called FLASH.
11/07/22 3:28am
On Nov. 1, the attendees gathered at Tangen Hall with the aims of discussing entrepreneurship, exchanging business ideas, and expanding connections.
10/31/22 3:08am
Until the 72nd minute, Penn held onto a one-goal lead, but thanks to two late scores by Harvard, the Quakers fell, 3-2.
10/19/22 1:51am
Every year, Penn admits around 160 transfers, second only to Cornell in the Ivy League.
10/04/22 11:58pm
In a press release, the Princeton Office of Communications wrote that the decision to eliminate all holding in these publicly traded companies is part of its goal to "achiev[e] a net-zero endowment portfolio over time."
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