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Penn football players reflect on record-setting 65-47 win over Lehigh.[...]
From time to time, the Gazette receives photos with Alumni Notes submissions. Although our design doesn't allow room to print them in the magazine, we thought it would be fun to share a selection here. We hope you enjoy these “Pictures of Penn.”[...]
Penn's growing NFL connection gets stronger as Greg Van Roten W'12 makes final Carolina Panthers roster.[...]
Old Penn, Sept|Oct 2017[...]
The Gazette was shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the death of Christopher Allen LPS'13, who was killed on August 26 while covering the war in South Sudan as a freelance journalist.[...]
Auditing the globe’s protected landscapes—and the forces threatening them.[...]
Don't match drinks with the Malaysian pen-tailed tree shrew.[...]
Dog science gets an update.[...]
Director Julian Siggers on “Building Transformation” and more.[...]
In the age of hybrid cells and genetic medicine, where does human identity lie?[...]
Penn Vet gave a parrot a (3D-printed) pegleg.[...]
A history of unripe findings and unintended consequences.[...]
The hidden chapter of wartime human experimentation in the DKE house.[...]
And Roger Reina returns to wrestling.[...]
Richard Berk designs computer algorithms that predict crime. As courts and cops increasingly use his and similar tools to shape everything from parole decisions to street policing, Berk has a warning: accuracy comes at the cost of fairness, and citizens must decide where justice lies. [...]
After an accident left him paralyzed from the waist down, Ron Gold C’83 W’83 struggled to come to terms with the “different hand of cards” he’d been dealt. But with the help of his wife and family—and some Penn friends—he’s managed to regain his zest for life and launch a new business to help others in his situation.[...]
Long before he created last season’s top-rated new TV show, Dan Fogelman got his start listening to his Penn housemates’ stories and making them laugh with his.[...]
August 22, 2017, marks the 100th birthday of noted Penn citizen and Center City resident Raymond G. Perelman, one of Philadelphia’s most prominent businessmen and active philanthropists.[...]
Ramita Ravi C'17 took a spin on the current season of "So You Think You Can Dance."[...]
Some of the world's premier soccer teams continue to descend on Rhodes Field as a top-flight training destination.[...]