Jan|Feb 2014  [...]
Alumna Kimberly Sher LPS'09 has found a big place in the world of miniatures.[...]
What's happening in the theatre world right now? A group of alumni movers-and-shakers came together on Homecoming to share their observations.[...]
As it enters its third century, America’s oldest continuously existing college literary society still has a role to fill on campus, in keeping with its unofficial motto: “Raise hell with your brain.”[...]
Flutist Mimi Stillman G’03 Gr’12 crosses cultures.[...]
Elizabeth Greenspan CGS’99 Gr’06’s Battle for Ground Zero. [...]
Burrison Gallery features work by 17 alumni artists.[...]
Design alumni are helping restore ancient pueblos in New Mexico.[...]
Michael Bulboff G’07 GrW’12 repairs, sells, and champions the accordian.[...]
“Travel horror stories” led Wharton grads to create VerbalizeIt.[...]
Father and son wine-growers Charles WG’70 and Kareem W’96 Massoud.[...]
Nov|Dec 2013[...]
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Nov|Dec 2013[...]
Penn psychology assistant professor Angela Duckworth has been named a MacArthur Fellow. [...]
“Buzz Lightyear saved my life,” writes Alec Sokolow C’85, one of the screenwriters credited for Toy Story, the beloved 1995 film that put Pixar on the map.[...]
Alumni have been working at the icon of computer animation since long before Toy Story, and a steady stream of Digital Media Design graduates are continuing to help create new hits like the Academy Award-winning Brave and this summer’s Monsters University.[...]
As director of the Penn Program for Mindfulness, Michael Baime M’81 has helped hundreds of healthcare professionals acquire the skills to improve their interactions with patients, increase their job satisfaction, and reduce stress in their personal lives. [...]
Wharton professor Richard Shell’s unorthodox new book on success draws on his own wandering path to an academic career and celebrates the power of uncertainty. [...]
Josh Tauberer Gr’11 believed the government should just give him the data he needed to create GovTrack, his website to help people follow the progress of Congressional legislation. When the powers-that-be said No, he went out and got it anyway. [...]