As you’re wasting time on the Internet over Thanksgiving, take a minute to consider Penn’s newest class, which is focused on just that.[...]
With his last game after 23 seasons almost here, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli finally gets emotional.[...]
The Mask and Wig alum is currently appearing in Roundabout Theatre's "Indian Ink."[...]
Dan Goldring C’98 W’98 co-chairs Doctors Without Borders’ advisory board.[...]
Q&A with Iraq expert Brendan O’Leary.[...]
Bioengineering professor Danielle Bassett wins “genius” grant.[...]
Knowledge@Wharton launches programs on SiriusXM Satellite Radio.[...]
Medical historian Beth Linker on war and the limits of rehabilitation.[...]
Heard on Campus: Ta-Nehisi Coates’ rationale for reparations.[...]
This weekend's Homecoming festivities will include five sporting events on campus, and there are plenty of reasons to catch them all.[...]
Student film-makers’ road to debut feature, Driving Not Knowing.[...]
Class of 2018 urged to “be joiners” at Convocation.[...]
Fun with numbers: how Penn ranks.[...]
An “entry-level 3D printer” is still pretty impressive.[...]
Make-or-break season for men’s basketball coach? [...]
From Sept. 5 to Oct. 5[...]
As a Zionist soldier, civil-rights advocate, and pioneer of joint nonviolent activism between Israelis and Palestinians, Hillel Bardin has dedicated most of his adult life to the pursuit of a most elusive peace.[...]
A young reporter gets his first taste of war in eastern Ukraine. [...]
Nathan Mossell M1882 overcame great odds to become the first African-American graduate of Penn’s School of Medicine. He went on to found Philadelphia’s first black hospital—an achievement he never really wanted. [...]
F. Scott Fitzgerald died a failure, but now The Great Gatsby sells a half-million copies a year (even when there’s not a movie). In So We Read On, alumna and Fresh Air book-critic Maureen Corrigan explains how this happened—and why it’s right that it did.[...]