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Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
“Penn is and has always been a ‘sanctuary.’” [...]
President Gutmann’s contract extended to 2022.[...]
Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture turns 50 [...]
Mini Piccolissimo: the world’s smallest self-powered flying drone.[...]
Weber Symposium features digital journalist Kara Swisher.[...]
Finding: UV light can reduce C. diff infections.[...]
Revitalizing endangered Native American languages.[...]
Cultural historian Francesca Ammon deconstructs the bulldozer.[...]
$15 million to establish the Sachs Program for Arts Innovation.[...]
Football repeats as Ivy champs, sprint football takes title too.[...]
From Oct. 10 to Dec. 4, 2016.[...]
In a church where victims were massacred, a team from Penn is helping Rwandan officials develop a plan to conserve the material evidence—bullet-riddled walls, blood-stained clothing—that bears witness to the country’s genocide.[...]
Over the years, Penn has contributed an impressive number of alumni who have left their mark on the many-sided business of sports. And they all have stories to tell.[...]
Our annual photo gallery, plus two arts & culture anniversaries, and the Alumni Award of Merit winners and citations.[...]
Twenty-five years after she helped launch the original Nicktoons, Linda Simensky is still deciding what millions of kids watch on TV—and teaching Penn students who grew up loving the shows she developed.[...]
John Zacherle C’40, who died in October at age 98, was a famous TV horror host in the 1950s and '60s.[...]
AJ Brodeur has burst onto the scene for Penn basketball — and is loving every minute of it.[...]
David Borgenicht C’90's independent publishing house, Quirk Books, keeps sparking pop culture crazes—and now, movies.[...]
Thirty years after its historic undefeated season, the 1986 Penn football team was honored at Franklin Field.[...]