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The big weekend is almost upon us. Here are some of the arts-oriented events we're looking forward to at Homecoming this year.[...]
For nine decades before his death last spring, Charley Scott was a fixture at Penn soccer games as a player, coach, athletic director and avid supporter.[...]
As a freshman at Penn, Steven Knoblauch C’70 soloed in concert alongside John Coltrane. In response to a newly discovered recording, he spoke with us about that night.[...]
As his impending retirement draws closer, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli is drawing serious praise from coaches around the league and region. [...]
The Museum is celebrating food and culture with a new cookbook and complementary programming. Here are three recipes to try at home this fall.[...]
The Kelly Writers House will offer six alumni book groups over the current academic year.[...]
Penn women's basketball team bonds over sightseeing and basketball during 10-day trip in Italy.[...]
Rich harvest at Bartram’s Garden.[...]
What you know about immigration is probably wrong.[...]
SLIDESHOW | Work Zone (a look at some of what’s going up on campus).[...]
Funny but true: study says Colbert explained Super PACs best.[...]
PennVet’s bloodmobile collects the red stuff for dogs, from dogs.[...]
New York Penn Club celebrates its 20th anniversary.[...]
Heard on Campus: ACA may fall short for kids with special healthcare needs.[...]
Tempered expectations on MOOCs.[...]
Lipman Family Prize goes to domestic-abuse prevention program in India.[...]
Football underdogs in Bagnoli’s final season.[...]
As longtime Athletic Director Steve Bilsky W’71 departs Weightman Hall, how will his 20-year tenure be remembered? And where will his successor, M. Grace Calhoun, take Penn athletics? [...]
The Penn alumna and English professor—survivor of two rapes while an undergraduate—has become a lauded scholar and teacher and a leading activist in the effort to end violence against women and girls. [...]
Robert Lanza C’78 M’83 has racked up a slew of scientific accolades—and generated an equal amount of controversy—for his pioneering work on cloning and stem cells. [...]