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Conversation with the animal rights activist and lawyer whose book Muzzling a Movement was released earlier this year. [...]
Kaplan was in Philly just before Christmas, delivering her yuletide carols to an enthusiastic crowd at the Tin Angel.[...]
When he stepped up to the microphone at the press briefing after surgery and delivered an update on Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Lemole became a sort of unofficial spokesperson for the tragedy.[...]
Undergrad life, skewed and skewered.[...]
The art of Jon Sarkin C'75 is all over the music video for Guster's hit song "Do You Love Me," and if you look closely you can see Sarkin himself make a cameo. [...]
How did Jay Matsueda W’95 scrape together studio time with some of L.A.’s finest session musicians? “Barter, and the underground economy,” he says.[...]
Third in a 110 part series.[...]
Lost photos from a band still making Rolling Stone Top 10 lists today.[...]
A lockout that could shorten—or even cancel—next year’s NFL season, and carry a multi-billion dollar price tag.[...]
Anton Bernstein just finished his undergrad at Wharton in 2008, but he's already sold one company. He currently splits his time between San Francisco and Paris, where he's building business number two.[...]
It seems that not even incoming freshman are immune from economic gloom. According to a recent major survey, our newest college students are entering higher learning with historically low levels of optimism about the job market and historically high levels of stress. [...]
Meet the quadrotor, a four-propeller helicopter-style creature that lately has been whizzing around Penn’s GRASP robotics lab with increasing sophistication. [...]
Back in 1992, when Dr. George Cotsarelis landed a research fellowship looking at cancer amidst scalp stem cells, he didn’t expect to stumble on a treatment for male pattern baldness.[...]
This time of year, NFL fans are pretty much focused on one thing only: the Superbowl. [...]
Whether he’s in the lab or in the gym, Balduzzi describes his ideal as a life that balances mind and body. “You can use your mind consciously, all day—every day—to change your body,” he says. “And it’s a very empowering process.”[...]
In the wake of the recent flood of US Government documents to WikiLeaks, David Jones C'63 G'64, a retired senior foreign-service officer in the US State Department, offered to write an essay on the matter for the Gazette. [...]
Elsewhere in North Carolina.[...]
Second in a 110 part series.[...]
Every so often, for one reason or another, I have occasion to look through old issues of the Gazette and its predecessor, Old Penn. I’m always fascinated, for reasons both contradictory and complementary.[...]