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Penn's growing NFL connection gets stronger as Greg Van Roten W'12 makes final Carolina Panthers roster.[...]
Ramita Ravi C'17 took a spin on the current season of "So You Think You Can Dance."[...]
Some of the world's premier soccer teams continue to descend on Rhodes Field as a top-flight training destination.[...]
Rachel Eisenberg Braun C'80 G'80, who holds the world record for largest graph paper collection, spoke with the Gazette about finding beauty among the lines.[...]
Penn baseball revels in “historic day” after a record four players are selected in 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[...]
As artists-in-residence at Manitoga, PennDesign students have transported their large project 150 miles north, where it's on view through November.[...]
Christopher Kao, a rising senior at Penn, has launched a business around his drone photography.[...]
Here's a close look at all of the athletes and coaches set to be inducted into the Penn Athletics Hall of Fame.[...]
Former Penn basketball star Ibrahim Jaaber C’07 enters Big 5 Hall of Fame with a speech to remember.[...]
Meet the Penn alumna who opened for Wayne Newton this month in Beverly Hills—and see footage from her performance.[...]
Jason Tang C’17 and Swarthmore student Izzy Kornblatt make the case in an on-campus exhibition. [...]
The inaugural Ivy League Tournament featured one Penn championship, one devastating Penn loss, and a whole lot of extra juice in the Penn-Princeton rivalry.[...]
Penn clinches final spot in inaugural Ivy League Tournament with a Palestra moment for the ages.[...]
Cinema studies faculty came together Wednesday afternoon to talk about this year's Oscar race.[...]
Senior Chris Hatler became the third athlete in Penn history to crack the four-minute mile barrier.[...]
We talked with Christopher Gruits, who's now four months into his new post at the Annenberg Center.[...]
Looking back on the remarkable college basketball career of Ibrahim Jaaber C'07, a new inductee into the Big 5 Hall of Fame.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
John Zacherle C’40, who died in October at age 98, was a famous TV horror host in the 1950s and '60s.[...]
AJ Brodeur has burst onto the scene for Penn basketball — and is loving every minute of it.[...]