Annenberg’s Al Felzenberg on his William F. Buckley bio.[...]
The four Gormans are all Penn alumni and all involved professionally in the mental-health field. In a new book, two of them—daughter Sara and father Jack—take a careful look at the psychological factors driving science denialism and how to counter them. Hint: more data isn’t the answer.[...]
In successfully defending the irascible Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase—aka “Old Bacon Face”—against impeachment, Joseph Hopkinson C1786 G1789 helped set a high bar for removal from office and establish the principle of judicial independence.[...]
Can examining art help students become better doctors?[...]
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Laura Keim GFA’97 is keeping the 18th century alive at Stenton.[...]
Alan Cook W’95 EAS’95 helped invent a self-cleaning dog pad.[...]
Julie Seaman C’86 promotes evidence-based justice.[...]
“What was so great about being smart?”[...]
Neighborhood watch.[...]
Changing the story.[...]
Q&A with The Border author Steven Schafer G’00 WG’00.[...]
Mungermen share memories.[...]
How one family’s journey through the realm of rare disease led them to the newest frontier of precision genetic medicine.[...]
Our annual photo gallery. Plus: Alumni Award of Merit winners and citations. [...]
Thomas S. Kirkbride M1832 wrote the book—literally—on the housing and treatment of the mentally ill in the 19th century.[...]
Jeremy Rifkin W’67 launched his career as an activist by protesting the Vietnam War. Now he’s making perhaps his biggest impact yet advocating for a “third industrial revolution” to save the world from stagnating productivity and the ravages of climate change.[...]
Sara Outing C'13 has already built a successful career in theatre set design—and she has the 2017 Barrymore Award nomination to prove it.[...]