Nov|Dec 2018[...]
Nov|Dec 2018[...]
Mirrors and mysteries.[...]
“That dynamic tension is what I sought.”[...]
On not getting over it.[...]
June 5 Memorial Park honors victims of deadly wall collapse.[...]
Celebrating the “intrinsic beauty of the imperfect.” [...]
A story of performance, friendship, and survival. Two Pianos.[...]
As part of that title, Egan will teach a course on some of her favorite novels and appear at several events throughout the academic year.[...]
David Branson Smith C’06 is an overnight success after 10 years.[...]
Ann Reese CW’74 is the new president of Penn Alumni.[...]
Anne Klein W’64 ASC’65 tells classmates’ stories—and her own.[...]
“I will soon be with my son. I am fine.”[...]
Studying literature with the writer—and brilliant teacher—in the shadow of Vietnam.[...]
A different side of Philip Roth.[...]
Sept|Oct 2018[...]
Sept|Oct 2018[...]
Sept|Oct 2018[...]
Trying to understand the loss of a young journalist and family friend, who was killed last year while covering the civil war in South Sudan.[...]
New York’s Success Academy charter school network has been lionized for its sky-high test scores and robust curricular offerings—and decried for a rigidly disciplined school environment one opponent described as “abuse.” Opinions are just as divided on its combative and committed leader, Eva Moskowitz C’86. She’ll be happy to tell you who’s right.[...]