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Last month Michelle Holme C’00 flew to Los Angeles, put on a sparkly black dress and proceeded to scare the hell out of Trey Parker. [...]
Good news and bad news from the Duffy’s Cut Project.[...]
Susan Bernfield C'86 prepares for her theater company's 20th year.[...]
Hipster City Cycle, created by three Penn Engineering grads.[...]
Penn researchers prove that sea level is rising faster now than it has for the past two millennia. [...]
Penn’s first Pulitzer-winning novelist.[...]
Samuel Morton (Class of 1820) is vindicated.[...]
a conversation with musical-theatre historian Larry Stemple Gr'79.[...]
Why the photo’s absence from the record is a cause for concern.[...]
Catch the Philadelphia Science Festival before it ends.[...]
The award statement calls A Visit From the Goon Squad “a novel at once experimental in form and crystal clear in the overlapping stories it delivers, offering us a sense of youth and what gets lost along the way.”[...]
Conversation with the animal rights activist and lawyer whose book Muzzling a Movement was released earlier this year. [...]
Kaplan was in Philly just before Christmas, delivering her yuletide carols to an enthusiastic crowd at the Tin Angel.[...]
When he stepped up to the microphone at the press briefing after surgery and delivered an update on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Lemole became a sort of unofficial spokesperson for the tragedy.[...]
Undergrad life, skewed and skewered.[...]
The art of Jon Sarkin C'75 is all over the music video for Guster's hit song "Do You Love Me," and if you look closely you can see Sarkin himself make a cameo. [...]
How did Jay Matsueda W’95 scrape together studio time with some of L.A.’s finest session musicians? “Barter, and the underground economy,” he says.[...]
Lost photos from a band still making Rolling Stone Top 10 lists today.[...]