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.[...]
It's been a crazy week for the Penn men's basketball team, which followed a couple of brutal (but also fun!) airline delays with a resounding victory back home. [...]
From soccer coach to athletic administrator, Rudy Fuller is continuing to bring passion, energy and expertise to Penn sports.[...]
New studies detail how Penn benefited from slavery.[...]
LPS online bachelor’s degree is first in the Ivy League.[...]
Dan Hopkins on The Increasingly United States.[...]
Wharton study: immigrants boost investment and entrepreneurship.[...]
“Competing Visions of the Global Order” at Perry World House.[...]
Class of 2022 is one in a thousand.[...]
New SP2 dean: Sara “Sally” Bachman.[...]
“Democracies don’t die like they used to.” [...]
Jeb Bush is a Presidential Professor of Practice for 2018–19.[...]
Baby teeth and nanoparticles spark advances.[...]
From Aug. 24 to Oct. 3[...]
Basketball: new faces, high hopes.[...]
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.[...]
GOP nativists have taken aim at a fundamental principle defining the American republic: birthright citizenship. Their legal rationale has an unlikely source: a liberal professor who totally opposes their aims. And that’s just where things start to get interesting with Constitutional law scholar Rogers Smith.[...]
Nearly two centuries ago, Penn professor Henry Hope Reed put William Wordsworth on America’s cultural map. More or less forgotten today (make that more), Reed was an impressive scholar whose enthusiasm for Wordsworth and English Romanticism helped shape the nation’s literary values. [...]
A focus on mental illness was a constant throughout the multi-faceted career of Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, prolific writer, longtime Penn faculty member, and the most prominent—and controversial—physician of his day. [...]
When David Ebert C’82 and Joel Litvin W’81 discovered a shared passion for animal protection and the law, they joined forces to found the Animal Defense Partnership.[...]