Penn’s cultural institutions share their highlights from the past year—and look ahead to 2019.[...]
Mark Kocent C’82 GCP’91 GFA’91 named University architect.[...]
$25 million for entrepreneurship center Tangen Hall.[...]
Black holes and more at Fisher Fine Arts Library.[...]
Five student performing arts groups will sing, act and dance inside Carnegie Hall on Dec. 14—and the idea came straight from an a cappella-loving alum.[...]
After the Armistice.[...]
In 1999, David Hartt shut down his art practice and left the galleries he’d been working with. He took the next 10 years away from all of it. Now he's teaching at Penn and exhibiting around the world—including in three new exhibitions that just opened in a span of 25 days.[...]
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.[...]
The College for Women at 30.[...]
Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics opens.[...]
Construction under way on new Wharton building.[...]
Carmen Maria Machado has published her first short story collection—and it's been winning awards ever since.[...]
Masters of music, 1977.[...]
Basketball champs, 1928.[...]
After $15 million renovation, dental clinic is ready for liftoff.[...]
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.[...]
First Fling.[...]
Penn cuts ties with Steve Wynn C’63.[...]