Articles by Harsha Ravindran
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ star Stephanie Hsu visits Penn for SPEC Connaissance eventThis event comes after the cancellation of the previously scheduled SPEC event with Jonathan Majors on April 4 following his arrest on charges of assault and harassment.
UA's presidential, vice presidential debates address club funding, amplifying student voicesThe debates also touched upon the views of the two candidates in recent campus news such as Penn’s decision to discontinue the Dean’s List, recent concerns regarding Greek life hazing, and how the candidates aim to increase diversity, equity and inclusion.
Wharton Global Forum draws international crowd of leaders, alumni, and faculty to SingaporeAttendees expressed enthusiasm about the forum and the opportunity to reengage with their connection to Penn.
Undergraduate Assembly mid-year report cites progress on arts funding, transfer experience, diversityThe report was published online on the Undergraduate Assembly’s website to update the Penn community on the work that the UA has been undertaking and ensure that they remain accountable to the student body.
Penn sophomore scales highest volcano in world on bicycle over winter breakRyan Torres has previously walked from Locust Walk to New York City and cycled across America.
From Bulgaria to Bucks County, meet five Class of 2027 students admitted via Early DecisionThe Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five members of the Class of 2027 about their backgrounds and what they are looking forward to the most this fall.
Penn student performing arts groups to perform in annual showcase at Carnegie Hall“A Toast to Dear Old Penn,” which will be held on Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. this year, is organized every year by the Platt Student Performing Arts House.
Penn Film Society, Wharton UME to screen documentary on Malaysian gangster turned pro chess playerThe screening of "Wanted: Shades of Life" will be held in Fisher-Bennett Hall at 6 p.m. on Nov. 8 followed by a live question and answer session with the filmmaker Sanadtkumar Ganesan.
'Still feels like an incredible place': Penn alumni, students reflect on Homecoming WeekendThe Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to alumni and current students participating in Homecoming who said that the atmosphere on campus was one of reunions and relaxation.
Penn Pakistani Society launches fundraiser to aid victims of flooding in PakistanPenn Pakistani Society launched a fundraiser in collaboration with Columbia University's Pakistani Student Association to aid those impacted by the floods in Pakistan.
Penn seniors launch startup that delivers home-cooked meals to students’ doorstepsBreadhead serves as a food-service platform that connects students with homemade meals cooked by student chefs in the community.
Wharton coconut spread startup wins 2022 Good Housekeeping AwardCo-founded by Wharton MBA students Breanna Atkinson and Jared Golestani in 2020, Kokada is a startup that produces sugar-free, gluten-free, and nut-free coconut spreads.
Wharton launches Environmental, Social and Governance program featuring new courses this fallThe Wharton School recently announced the launch of the Environmental, Social and Governance Initiative, aiming to explore how these sectors interact with business through research, education, and policy practices.
76ers’ Josh and Marjorie Harris invest $1 Million in startups backed by Penn Medicine - Wharton Fund for HealthThe Penn Medicine - Wharton Fund for Health is composed of Penn students and Wharton Social Impact Investment staff who tackle social determinants of health in Philadelphia.
Creative Writing Program to host honors thesis reading eventThe hybrid event will take place at the Kelly Writers House Arts Cafe, with a virtual option available. The honors program's nine graduating seniors will present excerpts from their Creative Writing thesis projects.
Wharton People Analytics to host Future of Work ConferenceThe event's list of speakers will feature researchers, academics, and industry experts.