From April 5 to June 6, 2017[...]
Booker to Class of 2017: Choose to make “a world of change.” [...]
With his high-tech Baroque Topologies project, associate professor of architecture Andrew Saunders is adding new dimensions to the study of Italian Baroque churches. It’s also serious eye candy. [...]
Combining old-school fieldwork and ethnography with up-to-the-minute gene-based analyses, Penn molecular anthropologist Theodore G. Schurr has helped shape our understanding of the movement of ancient peoples into the Americas. [...]
John Lilly’s very long, very strange trip from Penn’s Medical School to the outer fringes of science—and consciousness. [...]
Wet weather, high spirits. Our annual photo essay. [...]
Penn baseball revels in “historic day” after a record four players are selected in 2017 Major League Baseball draft.[...]
As artists-in-residence at Manitoga, PennDesign students have transported their large project 150 miles north, where it's on view through November.[...]
Daniel Faggella G’11 turned his master's thesis into a niche online business that he just sold for $1+ million.[...]
Christopher Kao, a rising senior at Penn, has launched a business around his drone photography.[...]
Here's a close look at all of the athletes and coaches set to be inducted into the Penn Athletics Hall of Fame.[...]
Panel examines what Vladimir Putin is up to in Europe—and why.[...]
What $22 million in Annenberg fellowships accomplished in 10 years.[...]
“Healthy deliciousness” from high-school students and Netter Center.[...]
A Q&A with outgoing provost Vincent Price.[...]
Walls and doors: examining immigration’s past and future.[...]
Big data and the Bard: what’s in a the, or and, or with, or or? [...]
At Silfen Forum, Biden calls for more cooperation to fight cancer.[...]
False choice? Historic preservation and the public good.[...]
In latest President’s Prizes, four student groups get $100,000 each.[...]