Articles by Yueqi Yang
From combat to college: Veterans face unique challenges at PennVeterans rally for more resources, but Penn hesitates with the demands.
Career Services devotes resources to veterans after petitionCareer Services launched a new webpage specifically for veteran students last week.
Petition for veterans resource center gains momentumUniversity of Pennsylvania Student Veteran Association opened an online petition on the Veteran Day last week.
The only onesStudents who come from their countries alone must make their own communities
Wharton's Writing for Work Challenge winners discuss business writingWharton senior Nikita Anand won best writer in the undergraduate writing competition.
Faces of 2018 | Amethys Kompani is the only incoming freshman from IranKompani will be in the Huntsman Program
Former assistant history prof sues Penn for alleged gender discriminationKristen Stromberg Childers, who taught at the history department as an assistant professor from 2002-2010, filed a complaint against the University on April 28, demanding that she receive tenure in the history department.
David Niu discusses his new book, entrepreneurial success, and the 'Career cation'The book shares wisdom from entrepreneurs around the world and offers advice about company culture
The tweeting professorsFor academics, Twitter proves a useful tool.
Penn women's lacrosse coach says many allegations are 'unfounded'Members of the Penn women's lacrosse program allegedly trashed Fado Irish Pub on March 29.
New Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett from 'unusual background'Hailing from Australia and a political scientist, the incoming Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett’s “unusual” background is said to be beneficial for the school.
Penn lacrosse members allegedly damaged a Center City barLast Sunday, the general manager of Fado Irish Bar, Casey Neff, sent an email to the DP, along with Penn Lacrosse Team and Athletic Director, claiming that the Penn Lacrosse Team had broke his facilities and performed “deplorable” behaviors at the bar.
A Q&A with Huntsman Hall architect A. Eugene KohnEugene Kohn, the architect for Huntsman Hall, visited Penn last Thursday to give a speech on his career in architecture.
Joke Issue: Frat House sinking into ground due to lack of repairThe Delta Pi fraternity chapter house at 4015 Walnut St. sunk into the ground 12 feet below the street last night.
Seven Years, Three Pillars: Looking back at Thomas Robertson's tenure as Wharton deanLooking back at outgoing Wharton dean Robertson’s tenure
2014 MBA class will be first to take new communications coursesThe Wharton Class of 2014 is the first class to graduate with a Communication Curriculum, which includes one writing course and two speaking courses. “In a recent survey, alumni indicated that the ability to write well is crucial to their career success,” said Brennan Maier, instructor and director of the writing course.
Wharton's Mack Institute for Innovation Management partners with CA TechnologiesCA Technologies has officially joined the Wharton Mack Institute for Innovation Management as a corporate partner.
Penn students content to strut down amateur runways — for nowParticipation in retail classes on the rise.
No politicians will be at the India Economic ForumOrganizers say it was not "a conscious decision" to have no politicians speaking at the Forum