Articles by Ruth Scheinberg
William Lauder, a Penn alum, donates $4 million to Wharton programThe William P. Lauder Wharton Leadership Fellows pairs MBA second-year students with first-year students to facilitate learning leadership qualities using 'practical tools and concrete strategies.'
How College Dean Paul Sniegowski is courting more students to attend his sessionsThis semester, the College Dean’s Advisory Board have introduced weekly themes to provide more structure to the initiative, and alternating locations to engage a wider variety of students.
Pennsylvania will allow some medical schools to research medical marijuanaPenn Medicine, Drexel University, and the University of the Sciences have all expressed interest in furthering medical marijuana research, according to NBC Philadelphia.
At most attended 'Fight Night' ever, Wharton and Penn Law students box for charityOver the past 14 years, the Fight Night has been a "student-run amateur boxing event" to raise money for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia, according to their Facebook page.
Why Trump's comments on mental health have drawn attention to a Penn professor's workIn a 2015 editorial, three Penn bioethicists argued for the resurrection of the asylum in its 19th Century iteration, as a place for the mentally ill to get long term care in a safe environment.
Graduate students at Penn State will be allowed to vote on unionizationAt Penn, graduate students are undergoing a similar process as they, led by Graduate Employees Together—University of Pennsylvania, a pro-union student organization, have been working to organize a vote concerning unionization.