Articles by Katherine Chang

05/13/16 11:39am

Senior column by Katherine Chang | Learning to stand back up

“We are unable to offer you a position on the 131st Board. Sorry.” I stood in silence, phone to my ear, as the already fragile world of my junior fall completely crumbled.  The Daily Pennsylvanian had been my defining activity at Penn.
08/18/14 6:39pm

In a shifting healthcare landscape, two degrees may be better than one

In a paper to be published in September 2014, researchers at Wharton and the Perelman School of Medicine have found that Penn’s MD/MBA program had a positive effect on the careers of its alumni.
07/16/14 8:34pm
While some traveled to Brazil to paint their faces and cheer for their home country’s soccer teams, one Penn student traveled to a part of the country far from the pitch.
07/09/14 5:11pm
The conference was co-hosted by Penn’s Think Tank and Civil Societies Programs and the Shanghai Academy for Social Sciences in Shanghai from June 25 to 26.
07/01/14 7:05pm
You’ve got your summer internship and the great experiences that come along with it —  but now it’s time to put that on paper.
06/24/14 10:57pm
Rising College junior and The  Daily Pennsylvanian staff member Suzette Wanninkhof is biking across America with Bike and Build, a program that organizes cross-country trips to benefit affordable housing. Wanninkhof is biking cross country with only her helmet, a sleeping bag, a few sets of clothes, basic toiletries, 32 other 18 to 28-year olds and a mission.Beginning in South Carolina and concluding in California, the group will cover a total of 4,201 miles of backstreets and highways. Along the way, they will stop for 17 days at designated spots to help construct houses. So far, they have traveled over 1,500 miles.
06/17/14 7:11pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian consulted with Career Services and Penn alumni about how to make the most of your summer internship.
06/02/14 9:11pm
Like most Penn students, she’s using her summer to explore potential career options. Claiming that she doesn’t fit into the “cookie-cutter Wharton mold,” Smith said that she is excited to test the waters of event planning.
05/28/14 11:26pm
Angelou spoke at the University twice to sold-out audiences in Irvine Auditorium, sharing her perspectives on education and offering valuable life lessons for the audience.
05/22/14 12:07am
After over 20 years of service to the Penn and Philadelphia communities, popular Chinatown restaurant Charles Plaza closed its doors on May 4.
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