A new book examines a forgotten component of the labor movement.[...]
Confessions of a book keeper.[...]
“This is a different Dhaka than I’m used to.”[...]
Safe Kids Stories promotes “stealth culture change.”[...]
$21 million to Basser Center to fight BRCA-related cancers.[...]
Provost pick: alumnus and law professor Wendell Pritchett Gr’97.[...]
John Lilly’s very long, very strange trip from Penn’s Medical School to the outer fringes of science—and consciousness. [...]
Wet weather, high spirits. Our annual photo essay. [...]
May|June 2017[...]
May|June 2017[...]
May|June 2017[...]
Scott Neustadter C’98’s latest screenplay is The Masterpiece.[...]
Virginia Whelan FA’78 preserves history—large and small— in textiles.[...]
Erica Armstrong Dunbar C’94 wrote about Ona Judge’s escape from slavery.[...]
Marc Ganzi W’93 has equal fun starting businesses and playing polo.[...]
Life, after death. [...]
“We are not to meet again.” [...]
Working vacation.[...]
From Holocaust survivors, to stroke victims, to the garden-variety centenarian next door, Alisa Kauffman’s patients have one thing in common: an inability to travel to a dentist’s office. So she brings her practice into their living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens. [...]
To her mother, alumna Alice Paul was a “mild-mannered girl”; another observer compared her demeanor to “the quiet of a spinning top.” Her leadership in the fight to get US women the vote was a remarkable mix of unyielding commitment and savvy politics.[...]