Articles by Esther Yoon

02/10/16 11:19pm
The even covered the Christian perspective on racism and human trafficking as part of a weekly series hosted by the Penn Faculty-Staff Christian Forum.
02/03/16 10:12am
Tuesday's lecture on “Psychoanalytic Perspectives” was the second in a series of public lectures hosted until April.
02/03/16 1:03am
A lot has changed since Newsweek ranked Penn the number-one most “gay-friendly” campus in 2011 for having the most resources for LGBTQ students.
01/26/16 11:26pm
What is it really like to live as a Penn student of Muslim faith in today’s contentious climate?
01/16/16 6:00am
For some students of non-Catholic faith, their own background with spirituality influenced their decision to see the pope.
12/04/14 2:05am

Penn Med launches center to study premature birth

The Perelman School of Medicine and the March of Dimes Foundation announced the launch of a new center to study premature births.
11/19/14 4:56am
Nominations opened this week for the 2015 SAS Teaching Awards, a set of awards given to professors and TAs who go beyond the call of duty in their roles.
11/13/14 2:52am
Duke took the top spot in Bloomber Businessweek's MBA rankings, but Wharton led the pack with the best employment statistics.
10/28/14 2:06am
Employment numbers rose by 6.2 percent for alumni of Penn’s most recent graduating class, compared to the Class of 2013.
10/20/14 2:30am

Winning the 'war for talent'

When participants in on-campus recruiting are presented with exploding offers and bonuses — employment offers that are retracted if not accepted within a short amount of time — Career Services wants them to know that they have recourse.
10/14/14 2:13am
A decade has passed since Amy Gutmann assumed her role as president of the University. Ten years ago today, what was in the news? And what did it cost to buy a gallon of milk?
10/07/14 1:37am
Is a good thing worth sacrificing the opportunity to look for something better?
09/11/14 12:58am
You might be paying too much for your textbooks.While many students buy their course materials online to save time and money, they may be overlooking an important tax exemption.
09/10/14 9:32am
In the near future, having a little bit of weed in your pocket while strolling the streets of Philadelphia will not make you a criminal.
09/02/14 12:24am
These new apps might help you handle the demands of your schedule.
08/26/14 6:28pm

Learning about policy, people and Puerto Rico on the House floor

The Wharton Public Policy Initiative gave one student the chance to intern for his congressman.
04/15/14 9:33pm

Home is Ware the heart is

You’re pretty intent on living in the Quad, but you still have some questions. I'm here to provide a firsthand take on what it's like to live in Ware, one of the Quad's three College Houses.
03/26/14 10:39pm

Student activist displays 'commitment to action'

A distinguished activist, Sun attended the Clinton Global Initiative University, or CGI U, in Arizona this past weekend. Besides giving attendees the opportunity to spot celebrities such as Jimmy Kimmel, the conference pledged to develop each young leaders’ projects which take action on global challenges.
03/04/14 10:22pm
On Tuesday, the Racial Dialogue Project hosted a discussion in the Greenfield Intercultural Center on how race and culture have shaped views on gender-based issues.
02/23/14 6:27pm

Capping UMOJA Week by looking into the past and the future

UMOJA hosted its final capstone dinner on Saturday to reflect on a week of celebrating African culture at Penn. 
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