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As part of that title, Egan will teach a course on some of her favorite novels and appear at several events throughout the academic year.[...]
Carmen Maria Machado has published her first short story collection—and it's been winning awards ever since.[...]
From Wes Anderson movies to "Old Jews Telling Jokes"—and now his first feature film as a writer and director—Sam Hoffman C'88 reflects on the 30 years he's spent working in movies and TV.[...]
David Branson Smith C’06 on finding his footing in Hollywood—and rewriting the script for 'Adrift,' which came out June 1.[...]
On Friday, William Parberry Gr'80 takes his final bow as conductor of three Penn choral groups. He spoke with the Gazette about his 45-year career at the University.[...]
Santo D. Marabella GrS’91 is making a TV pilot right now—but that’s just one of the ways he’s using the arts to revitalize Reading, Pennsylvania.[...]
Can examining art help students become better doctors?[...]
An exhibit at Van Pelt Library proves how long humans have been interested in unseen forces and the many ways they’ve tried to harness them.[...]
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.[...]
When she needs more art supplies, Linda Stillman CW'70 plants flowers.[...]
Ramita Ravi C'17 took a spin on the current season of "So You Think You Can Dance."[...]
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.[...]
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.[...]
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. [...]
Cinema studies faculty came together Wednesday afternoon to talk about this year's Oscar race.[...]
We talked with Christopher Gruits, who's now four months into his new post at the Annenberg Center.[...]
John Zacherle C’40, who died in October at age 98, was a famous TV horror host in the 1950s and '60s.[...]
David Borgenicht C’90's independent publishing house, Quirk Books, keeps sparking pop culture crazes—and now, movies.[...]