Hoarding unpacked at Wolf Humanities Center.[...]
FemmeHacks, Penn’s all-women hackathon, opens new doors in a welcoming environment. [...]
The Penn Libraries have launched a new concert series, which sends student music groups into libraries at Penn to perform among the books and study carrels.[...]
After 36 years, tech advisor Peter Whinnery is bowing out.[...]
Taking bets on research replicability pays off.[...]
Digital Media Design program turns 20.[...]
Penn team implants engineered spinal discs in goats.[...]
New PennDesign program launches with roundtable on resilience.[...]
Rhodes scholars Anea Moore and Adamseged Abebe.[...]
Kickoff rule change cut concussions.[...]
Basketball journeys beginning and ending.[...]
From Dec. 6, 2018 to Feb. 7, 2019[...]
Newly settled in Costa Rica, a recent alumnus investigates the legacy of “filibuster” William Walker M1843—largely forgotten in the US but still perhaps the most hated man in Central America.[...]
Damon Centola thinks the contemporary wisdom about how behavior spreads is missing something fundamental—and that may be why mindless trivialities crowd out civic engagement. Can anything be done? He has an idea or two.[...]
For 40 years, Mariette Pathy Allen GFA’65 has focused her camera on gender identity and expressions of gender. Through portraits of men who identified as crossdressers in the 1980s—and later, through photos of the transgender community and trans rights movement—she has shined a light on people who were often pushed to the margins of society. Some consider her the unofficial photographer of transge[...]
Celebrating the University’s most storied sports team on its 40-year anniversary.[...]
How chance encounters at Franklin Field and the Palestra shaped the story of one Penn family.[...]
Fighting for respect in Philly, the Penn men’s basketball team pulls off a rare city series sweep.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and important wins in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Penn’s cultural institutions share their highlights from the past year—and look ahead to 2019.[...]