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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.[...]
Sandra Zhao
Sandra Zhao C’10's clothing company, Zuri, makes one dress and one dress only. But it's so versatile, any woman can wear it for any occasion.[...]
Penn basketball brings on 12-year-old Tommy Johnston as honorary team member.[...]
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.[...]
The key to the Penn basketball season may rest in the capable hands of second-year standouts AJ Brodeur, Ryan Betley and Devon Goodman.[...]
How should a free press behave? And how shouldn’t it?[...]
North American moundbuilders at the Penn Museum.[...]
Two new books by Penn faculty explore how free expression on campus became so fraught and what to do about it.[...]
Architecture students were artists-in-residence at Manitoga estate.[...]
The odds of war with North Korea, and of reducing them.[...]
FDA approval for Penn-developed gene therapy for cancer.[...]
Convocation message: “We are all discoverers.”[...]
Blocking sweet-taste receptors could clear stuffy sinuses.[...]
Promising veterans, big-time recruits, and a depth-chart balancing act for men’s and women’s hoops.[...]
From Aug. 28 to Oct. 9.[...]
Bob Schoenberg has been leading Penn’s LGBT Center since before there even was one, really. As he retires after 35 years of caring counsel and fierce advocacy, the campus home he built is being renamed in his honor.[...]
Introducing the Robert Schoenberg Carriage House.[...]
The Eero Saarinen-designed landmark has reopened after a 15-month, $80 million renovation, with its distinctive mid-century style lovingly restored and a host of new amenities for students.[...]
In film scholar Noah Isenberg C’89’s engaging investigation of “Hollywood’s Most Beloved Movie,” the lives of the émigré actors who made up most of the cast share the spotlight with the famous love triangle and wartime call to arms. Their stories also echo forward to our own era’s debates over the treatment of refugees and immigration policy.[...]
Simon Patten, who led the Wharton School during the Progressive Era, was a pioneer of the economics of abundance, theorist of the second industrial revolution, and intellectual godfather of the New Deal. His descent into obscurity poses provocative questions about how the field has evolved.[...]