Articles by Ruihong Liu
Wharton alumna shatters glass ceilings in finance and lawNina Godiwalla was recently awarded the 2015 Kathleen McDonald Distinguished Alumna Award
Philosophy class sees instructor swap midway through semesterDuring the middle of this semester, students in PHIL 247 welcomed a new instructor for the class centered on the theory of Karl Marx.
Homecoming events to focus on arts and cultureIn past years, the Sweeten Alumni House has focused on expanding homecoming attractions beyond traditional events to encourage alumni to return to campus.
Race to the bottom: Internship recruitment creeps increasingly earlierIn recent years, companies have begun targeting freshmen and sophomores, particularly those who identify as minorities
English class draws inspiration from James FrancoOne class assignment involves posting a Snapchat story.
The gender pay gap looms large for Penn graduatesMen in Penn Engineering earn $106,339 more than women in Penn Engineering.
OCR for non-technical internships to take place in the fall starting next yearSome students have opted to reschedule their study abroad plans.
Penn tops Ivy League in sending graduates to Teach for AmericaGrace Wang, a 2013 college graduate, joined TFA directly after graduation and has been teaching at a Cleveland school for three years now.
Penn alumni legend E. Craig Sweeten died at 100You’ll probably recognize the name E. Craig Sweeten when walking by Sweeten Alumni House, the red brick gothic style house that is home to Penn Alumni relations.
Penn freshman continues summer service in PeruWhile most people are planning to return home or work internships this summer, Huntsman freshman Menelaos Mazarakis will be returning to a remote area in Peru for the fifth summer in a row.
Penn Haven provides a home for those seeking alternative livingThe Penn Haven Co-op, located on Woodland Avenue, is a vegan cooperative living community that values local engagement and conscious living.
For international students, aid doesn't cross bordersIs it better to get into Penn and exhaust every option to afford it, or is it better to simply get rejected because of your inability to pay? This is a serious question that many international students ask themselves when applying to Penn.
Penn Civic Scholars program may implement advisory board over next yearThe Civic Scholars program may implement an advisory board over the next year.
Candidates for UA presidency face off in first debate of the yearPresidential candidates and College juniors Aiden McConnell and Jane Meyer shared their views on a variety of campus issues.
For international students, challenges are more than distanceEvery year, around three hundred international students leave their homes across seas, traveling to Penn while still on the brink of adulthood.
English department gets a makeoverThe English Department is expanding its course offerings to offer a more integrative, hands-on education.
Y-Prize recipients set to launch GFET-Frack TechnologiesWharton and Engineering seniors Ashwin Amurthur and Teddy Guenin are in the process of launching a company that will help limit the environmental impact of fracking.
Cookies, surprises and traditions for big little weekIn the past few weeks, many girls have walked into their dorm rooms to be greeted by colorful posters, warm Wishbone chicken wings and cookies lying on their beds.
Pope Francis may visit CHOP during September visit to PhiladelphiaThe Pope is likely to visit either a children's hospital or a juvenile prison while in the City of Brotherly Love.