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Once hailed as a “landmark” achievement, alumnus and Penn English professor Robert Spiller’s Literary History of the United States now feels not just dated but fundamentally misguided. What happened?[...]
Greg Dunn Gr’11’s paintings show the brain’s beauty.[...]
Harry Mendell EE’76 GEE’76 invented digital sampling.[...]
Father and son, and Mask and Wig. The Gypsy in My Soul.[...]
Isabel Lizardi C’05 “plays” with paint and light at Bare Conductive.[...]
Matt Simon C’02 supports his Ping-Pong career by being a doctor.[...]
Page Talbott G’76 Gr’80 is remodeling Franklin, and his museum.[...]
Farah Jimenez C’90 serves the homeless at the People’s Emergency Center.[...]
Sept|Oct 2013[...]
Sept|Oct 2013[...]
Sept|Oct 2013[...]
By Bernice Gordon FA’35[...]
Paralyzed from the neck down by a gunshot wound in 2011, Kevin Neary C’04 can’t help imagining that someday a medical miracle might allow him to walk again. [...]
The dangers and rewards of giving more than you get. An excerpt from Give and Take by Wharton professor Adam Grant. Plus: Interview with the author.[...]
Can an unpredictably centrist talk-show host with a yen for “nothing” really have an impact on the national discourse?[...]
What happens when a playwright best known for a one-man show about a seriously overdue library book gets involved in creating a blockbuster musical about an iconic superhero? In one word: Kapow![...]
Hurrah! Hurrah! Songs of Penn. [...]
Julie Beren Platt C’79 is the new president of Penn Alumni.[...]
Bow-tied, big-league sports-reporter Ken Rosenthal C’84.[...]
Sujatha Baliga L’99 is a leading expert on restorative justice.[...]