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How Jonathan Rand became “the most successful living American playwright that nobody’s ever heard of.”[...]
The personal-finance guru learned from her mother’s example “that women can be active and extremely competent managers of money.” Now she’s sharing that lesson—and more gained over her 25 years as a business journalist and experience as a small-business owner—in a new book.[...]
Despite all evidence to the contrary, “the world is getting better,” argues physician and sociologist Nicholas Christakis. It’s in our genes.[...]
Oscar-winning producer—and student—Claire Sliney C’21.[...]
Israeli ambassador Ron Dermer W’93 on hopes for peace.[...]
$50 million from Vageloses for energy sciences center sets SAS record.[...]
Justin McDaniel on studying Buddhism at the water park.[...]
2019-20 costs up 3.9 percent; aid to rise 4.5 percent.[...]
How human rights lost in the Iranian Revolution.[...]
Criminal-justice advocate Bryan Stevenson to speak.[...]
$10 million to Wharton for Harris Alternative Investments Program.[...]
Journal LA+ takes on big themes, multiple disciplines.[...]
School of Design named for Stuart Weitzman W’63.[...]
Penn’s football team spent spring break in China.[...]
Basketball: women share Ivy title; men’s up-and-down season.[...]
From Feb. 8 to April 5[...]
Mark Zoller C’07 enters the Big 5 Hall of Fame alongside his old coach and "legend" Fran Dunphy.[...]
Robert Carley poses with George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush, holding two illustrations
The winter season found Quakers running races, giving lectures, welcoming newborns, and—of course—winning awards. Check out the following photos we received to see for yourself. [...]
Jessica Penzias C’12 has found a niche writing musicals for kids—and Stimulus Children's Theatre gave one of her shows its world premiere in November.[...]
Twenty-five years later, players, coaches, journalists, and fans look back on Penn’s last NCAA Tournament win.[...]