Articles by Zoe Stern
Ellie Kemper talks journey to "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"Kemper, most recognized from "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "The Office" and "Bridesmaids," came to speak at Penn for a moderated interview and an open Q&A with Penn students.
TableTalks encourages students to meet new peopleThe club’s mission is to start and increase dialogue between students, particularly those who would never interact under ordinary circumstances
Wharton program builds 'bridges to wealth'Approximately four years ago, Wharton Professor Keith Weiglet started Wharton initiative Building Bridges to Wealth, a program that helps combat the racial wealth gap in West Philadelphia by providing free financial literacy courses.
Corner Bakery opens on 38th and MarketOne hundred residents and students of University City will receive free coffee for a year on Wednesday morning.
'Friday Night Lights' author to teach class at PennAfter visiting Penn last spring, Buzz Bissinger, a 1976 College graduate and long-time Philadelphian, was inspired. Bissinger will be teaching a non-fiction creative writing course at Penn next semester.
Thai Singha reopens on 39th and ChestnutPad Thai, spring rolls and chicken curry are now closer to campus.
Cancer rates linked to elevation, researchers sayA Penn Medicine study found that cancer rates are lower in places with higher elevation.
McKinsey director: Put critics on 'loudspeaker'Despite the obstacles that some women face when trying to become leaders in the workplace, others are taking the initiative to train women to help women rise to the top of the workplace.
Finding purpose by helping people in developing countries access glassesKassalow gave PennSEM’s annual Coleman Social Impact Lecture onTuesday.