Tony Peebles C’03 plays sax in a Grammy-winning band.[...]
Rousing rendition.[...]
What catches the eye and what stirs the soul.[...]
Surviving the Boston Marathon bombing, and thriving at Penn.[...]
Nick Spitzer C’71 on the importance of “informal culture.” [...]
Musician and activist John Legend C’99 will speak at Commencement.[...]
And singing. And dancing. And joking. And cross-dressing. A century and a quarter after its first production in 1889, Mask & Wig—the “oldest all-male collegiate musical comedy troupe in the United States”—remains the one there’s only room for. [...]
As president and CEO of the private foundation that owns, operates, and finances the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Joe Daniels L’98 has weathered political battles, emotional conflicts, economic challenges, construction headaches, and more to honor those who died that day. [...]
A pair of prominent Penn alumni recently served on two presidential panels that probed some very sensitive national issues. Now they discuss the process, and their findings. [...]
Mar|Apr 2014[...]
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff C’07 G’13 is not slowing down.[...]
Diana Craig Patch Gr’91 threaded Cleopatra’s Needle.[...]
Andy Slavitt C’88 W’88 helped save HealthCare.gov[...]
Evan Malone C’99 aims to rebuild manufacturing at NextFab studio.[...]
Sir Paul Judge WG’73 is the City of London’s new sheriff in town.[...]
Abby Huntsman C’08 is a co-host on MSNBC’s The Cycle.[...]
Mar|Apr 2014[...]
Mar|Apr 2014[...]
Here are the stories of Penn alumni trying to carry out the increasingly embattled mission of public education in Philadelphia. [...]
Eric Johnson C'94 is creating a "virtual library" that will reunite pieces and pages of medieval manuscripts from around the world.[...]