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Amy Hollander GFA’95 runs the National Museum of Industrial History.[...]
Bill Squires C’71 has “never been booed” for singing—roared at, yes.[...]
Jon Decker C’88 G’91 has covered three US presidents (and counting).[...]
Wiindow, Sept|Oct 2016[...]
Arthur Ross Gallery show honors Terry Adkins’ influence.[...]
William Ferris G’67 Gr’69’s “visual journal” of the South.[...]
Nick Spitzer C’72 brings American Routes to WXPN.[...]
Elaine Lisle C’76’s autumnal images of Philadelphia.[...]
Q&A with Grit author and psych professor Angela Duckworth Gr’06.[...]
Mean Girls director Mark Waters C’86 is taking a shot at R-rated comedy with Bad Santa 2 this Thanksgiving—and still trying to figure out his place in ever-evolving Hollywood.[...]
As the National Park Service marks its centennial this year, let’s take a moment to celebrate Penn professor and building namesake Ferdinand Hayden, whose visionary advocacy saved what became America’s first National Park from the tawdry, commercialized fate of Niagara Falls. [...]
Brett Perlmutter’s mission was to open up Cuba to the internet. To say that it was politically sensitive is an understatement. But the timing was just about perfect.[...]
Two English PhD alumnae are updating old recipes for modern kitchens. Here are some of their most successful creations so far—and the dish they won't make again.[...]
July|Aug 2016[...]
July|Aug 2016[...]
July|Aug 2016[...]
Alumni wrestlers teamed up for documentary, Team Foxcatcher.[...]
Jeff Coon C’92 is enjoying the musical of his life.[...]
Miles Hodges C’13 says “screw that” to being quiet in the library.[...]
Alumni Kathy and Keith Sachs’ “art of our time” collection at PMA.[...]