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May|Jun 2018[...]
May|Jun 2018[...]
Robert Freedman L’54 and his wife, Molly, have a gift for music. [...]
Three alumni ran seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.[...]
Fairfax Hall WG’04’s Sipsmith helped usher in a London “ginaissance.”[...]
New worlds on ravaged ground. Surviving Genocide.[...]
Commencement 2018.[...]
At Kleinman Center, discussing architecture that heals.[...]
Puerto Rico’s Department of Education has been getting an extreme makeover under alumna Julia Keleher. It was a Herculean task even before the catastrophic hurricane. [...]
Christine Nieves has been creating new narratives for Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.[...]
On the job with the University’s eloquently soft-spoken, relentlessly positive, powerfully empathetic, turtle-admiring, Penn basketball-obsessed chaplain.[...]
In an excerpt from his new autobiography, Penn psychology professor Martin Seligman tells the little-known story of the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in 1904, held at Penn. Its reverberations were profound—for Penn psychology professor Edwin Twitmyer and for American psychology.[...]
On Friday, William Parberry Gr'80 takes his final bow as conductor of three Penn choral groups. He spoke with the Gazette about his 45-year career at the University.[...]
Santo D. Marabella GrS’91 is making a TV pilot right now—but that’s just one of the ways he’s using the arts to revitalize Reading, Pennsylvania.[...]
Mar|Apr 2018[...]
Mar|Apr 2018[...]
Mar|Apr 2018[...]
Rick Smith C’83 is helping reclaim Buffalo’s riverfront with Silo City.[...]
Katlyn Grasso W’15 is empowering “women who want to take over the world.”[...]
Doris LeStourgeon GEd’56 piloted a pioneering educational experiment.[...]