Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli returned to Franklin Field for the first time as a visitor — and was promptly handed a bad loss.[...]
One alum saved and mounted several pieces of torn-down goalpost from Penn football's 1959 championship season, and is gifting his unique memento to the University 57 years later.[...]
Dan Fogelman C'97 created two TV series that both debuted the same week in late September: 'This Is Us' (NBC) and 'Pitch' (Fox).[...]
A glorious day in the nation’s capital.[...]
Breanna Moore C'15 is bringing Ghanaian fabrics to the US with her new fashion line, LaBré.[...]
New College House opens.[...]
Penn researchers develop a $2 genetic test for Zika virus.[...]
Q&A with Grit author and psych professor Angela Duckworth Gr’06.[...]
Faculty couple Linda and Frank Chance share their love of Japan.[...]
The long road to finding and translating Kerouac’s French writings.[...]
Parents wrong again: APPC study shows social media mostly OK for kids.[...]
Starting over, in football and field hockey.[...]
With an innovation portfolio that ranges from medical devices to folding bicycles to social-impact enterprises to junk food, Wharton professor Karl Ulrich has every justification to bask in entrepreneurial mystique. Only that’s exactly what he sets out to demolish in the classroom. [...]
Mean Girls director Mark Waters C’86 is taking a shot at R-rated comedy with Bad Santa 2 this Thanksgiving—and still trying to figure out his place in ever-evolving Hollywood.[...]
At the turn of the last century, the CA pioneered the idea of service at Penn with settlement houses and summer camps, and has since been at the forefront of anti-war protests and movements for civil, women’s, and LGBT rights. In the 21st, it’s still providing a “safe space” for students and making a difference on campus and beyond.[...]
As the National Park Service marks its centennial this year, let’s take a moment to celebrate Penn professor and building namesake Ferdinand Hayden, whose visionary advocacy saved what became America’s first National Park from the tawdry, commercialized fate of Niagara Falls. [...]
Brett Perlmutter’s mission was to open up Cuba to the internet. To say that it was politically sensitive is an understatement. But the timing was just about perfect.[...]
For Brandon Slay W’98, it’s “an honor” to be back in the Olympics — for a third time.[...]
Two English PhD alumnae are updating old recipes for modern kitchens. Here are some of their most successful creations so far—and the dish they won't make again.[...]
Alumni wrestlers teamed up for documentary, Team Foxcatcher.[...]