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Paul Christensen Gr’73’s “A West Texas Marriage.” [...]
The Penn Cultural Heritage Center was launched to provide a forum for an “intellectual discussion” of the meaning of heritage and the role of communities in preservation efforts. Then came the Syrian civil war and the rise of ISIS.[...]
March|April 2016[...]
Art can’t provide a way out of tragedy, but perhaps a way through.[...]
Adjunct anthropology professor Louise Krasniewicz is a prize-winning miniature-maker—and she's researching our attraction to tiny worlds at the same time.[...]
In coastal Maine, the Tepler family—including dad Sheldon L'81, mom Denise C'78 G'81, and daughter Maya C'11—have opened their home to two Burundian asylum-seekers. Now Maya is making a documentary about the experience, titled 'From Away.'[...]
Through a West Philly-based, non-profit print shop and zine library called The Soapbox, several alums are putting paper first.[...]
Yearlong celebration of Zydeco at WXPN.[...]
Lisa Green C’82’s legal guide for women, On Your Case.[...]
James Mundie CGS’97 documents “interesting people” in Exhibitionists.[...]
Jan|Feb 2016[...]
Haresh Lalvani Gr’81 believes there’s a universal code for architecture and sculpture—a “morphological genome” that determines the shape of built structures, similar to the way that DNA shapes living things. And he’s well into the process of decoding it. [...]
Jonah Platt C'08, now starring in 'Wicked,' pulls back the Broadway curtain.[...]
An exhibit at the Penn Library is painting a fuller picture of 'Madeline' author Ludwig Bemelmans.[...]
Window, Nov|Dec 2015[...]
The golden age of letterhead at the Penn Museum.[...]
A big book on the Penn Museum’s “Colossal Sphinx.” [...]
Todd Haimes has the career he dreamed about and sits at the top of his field. When can he stop worrying?[...]
Novel take on Hunter S. Thompson. Gonzo Girl.[...]
Thomas Hong, Penn Symphony Orchestra’s new director.[...]