Hall Call

Members of Penn's 1970-71 men's basketball team honored with Big 5 Hall of Fame induction, reminisces about historic season.

Mattis Madness

On a historic day for Penn sports, Wharton senior Sam Mattis took a big step toward the Olympics with a record-setting discus throw.

Happy Reunion

Spurred on by a feature in this magazine, the central players of Penn's storied 1965-66 basketball team reunited for the first time in 50 years.

Shining Moment

After winning its second Ivy League women's basketball championship in three years at Princeton, Penn returned home for a special net-cutting celebration at the Palestra.

Rookie Revolution

Thrown right into the fire, Penn's talented freshmen are showing that better days may lie ahead for the men's basketball program: "I think the future is going to be very good to us."

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.

‘From Away’

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.'

Choosing Paper

Through a West Philly-based, non-profit print shop and zine library called The Soapbox, several alums are putting paper first.