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Penn stuns Princeton to win Ivy League women's basketball championship.[...]
From sculpture and animation to curatorial leadership, Penn will be well-represented at the 2014 Whitney Biennial, which opens this Friday.[...]
ARCH reopens after $24.5 million makeover.[...]
Lost dynasty found at Penn Museum Egypt dig.[...]
Squirrels and the City.[...]
Vagelos Scholar Chris Kampmeyer is helping design a safer stent.[...]
Victor Mair on forgetting how to write in Chinese.[...]
Bamboo bikes, bags, baskets, and more.[...]
New master plan in the works for historic Woodlands.[...]
Big goals for men’s lacrosse; Big 5 Hall of Famer Michael Jordan C’00.[...]
From Dec. 9 to Feb. 2[...]
Here are the stories of Penn alumni trying to carry out the increasingly embattled mission of public education in Philadelphia. [...]
English professor Rita Barnard’s new collection of essays on Nelson Mandela examines the man behind the mythology. In an interview and an excerpt, she discusses Mandela, South Africa, and the challenges of a scholarly approach to a legend.[...]
In 1967, 400 African Americans followed a metal worker named Ben Carter from the South Side of Chicago to Israel. Anthropologist and PIK Professor John L. Jackson has spent the last decade documenting that group.[...]
His library—preserved on Van Pelt’s sixth floor—is one of the great campus spaces, but there’s a lot more than that to know about historian and civic reformer Henry Charles Lea.[...]
How a Penn soccer player got the unique opportunity to play Division I college basketball at the Palestra.[...]
Penn's pop/jazz a cappella group, Counterparts, has earned a spot in the ICCA Mid-Atlantic semifinals.[...]
Remembering the life of beloved former Penn football coach Harry Gamble.[...]
Eric Johnson C'94 is creating a "virtual library" that will reunite pieces and pages of medieval manuscripts from around the world.[...]
Taking my 3-month-old son to his first Penn-Princeton game at the Palestra.[...]