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As it enters its third century, America’s oldest continuously existing college literary society still has a role to fill on campus, in keeping with its unofficial motto: “Raise hell with your brain.”[...]
Getting to know the Singh Center for Nanotechnology.[...]
With a new director at the helm and a slate of ambitious exhibitions on tap for 2013-14, Penn’s ICA is poised to celebrate its own past while still focusing on bringing what’s new in the art world to campus. [...]
The past couple of days simply had everything you can ask for if you’re a Penn sports fan.[...]
Debating Detroit: More like Liverpool or Seattle?[...]
Freshman Convocation: Only Engage.[...]
Heard on Campus: Syria’s new old normal.[...]
Death of President Emeritus Sheldon Hackney Hon’93.[...]
$20 million for new center to counter misinformation on tobacco.[...]
Take 1,300 plywood stakes, cardboard, white gaffer’s tape… [...]
No lightweights here: Sprint football’s annual alumni game.[...]
Men’s basketball: “My expectations are high,” says Coach Allen.[...]
From Sept. 6 to Oct. 6[...]
Penn men’s water polo ready to make splash.[...]
Alumni have been working at the icon of computer animation since long before Toy Story, and a steady stream of Digital Media Design graduates are continuing to help create new hits like the Academy Award-winning Brave and this summer’s Monsters University.[...]
As director of the Penn Program for Mindfulness, Michael Baime M’81 has helped hundreds of healthcare professionals acquire the skills to improve their interactions with patients, increase their job satisfaction, and reduce stress in their personal lives. [...]
Wharton professor Richard Shell’s unorthodox new book on success draws on his own wandering path to an academic career and celebrates the power of uncertainty. [...]
Josh Tauberer Gr’11 believed the government should just give him the data he needed to create GovTrack, his website to help people follow the progress of Congressional legislation. When the powers-that-be said No, he went out and got it anyway. [...]
Once hailed as a “landmark” achievement, alumnus and Penn English professor Robert Spiller’s Literary History of the United States now feels not just dated but fundamentally misguided. What happened?[...]