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A Passion for Paper
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.
19 Jul 2017
PennDesign Takes Up Residence
As artists-in-residence at Manitoga, PennDesign students have transported their large project 150 miles north, where it's on view through November.
14 Jun 2017
Philly by Drone
Christopher Kao, a rising senior at Penn, has launched a business around his drone photography.
26 May 2017
Danke Schoen, Wayne
Meet the Penn alumna who opened for Wayne Newton this month in Beverly Hills—and see footage from her performance.
19 Apr 2017
A ‘Philadelphia School’ of Architecture?
Jason Tang C’17 and Swarthmore student Izzy Kornblatt make the case in an on-campus exhibition.
14 Apr 2017
Oscars with a Side of Pizza
Cinema studies faculty came together Wednesday afternoon to talk about this year's Oscar race.
24 Feb 2017
Annenberg Center’s New Leader
We talked with Christopher Gruits, who's now four months into his new post at the Annenberg Center.
06 Feb 2017
Remembering ‘The Cool Ghoul’
John Zacherle C’40, who died in October at age 98, was a famous TV horror host in the 1950s and '60s.
21 Dec 2016
Now Playing: Quirk Books
David Borgenicht C’90's independent publishing house, Quirk Books, keeps sparking pop culture crazes—and now, movies.
02 Nov 2016
This Is Pitch
Dan Fogelman C'97 created two TV series that both debuted the same week in late September: 'This Is Us' (NBC) and 'Pitch' (Fox).
05 Oct 2016
Fashion for Good
Breanna Moore C'15 is bringing Ghanaian fabrics to the US with her new fashion line, LaBré.
26 Aug 2016
Cooking in the Archives
Two English PhD alumnae are updating old recipes for modern kitchens. Here are some of their most successful creations so far—and the dish they won't make again.
25 Jul 2016
Speaking Through Dance
Jennifer Weber C’00, founder of Strictly Funk, discusses her post-Penn career and the niche she's found in theatrical hip-hop.
02 Jun 2016
Off the Beat: To ICCAs and Back
This student a cappella group has had a packed spring semester, from regional competitions to filming for a reality show.
10 Apr 2016
Alumna Selected as Yale Younger Poet
Airea D. Matthews C’94 will have the next book (Volume 111) in the prestigious Yale Series of Younger Poets.
18 Mar 2016
Make It Mini
Adjunct anthropology professor Louise Krasniewicz is a prize-winning miniature-maker—and she's researching our attraction to tiny worlds at the same time.
09 Feb 2016
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.'
14 Jan 2016
Through a West Philly-based, non-profit print shop and zine library called The Soapbox, several alums are putting paper first.
23 Dec 2015
Life Behind the ‘Wicked’ Stage
Jonah Platt C'08, now starring in 'Wicked,' pulls back the Broadway curtain.
14 Dec 2015
Peeling Back the Vines
An exhibit at the Penn Library is painting a fuller picture of 'Madeline' author Ludwig Bemelmans.
02 Nov 2015
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