Window, Mar|Apr 2013[...]
The new Penn Vet Working Dog Center will breed and train the country’s top detection dogs, but Center founder and director Cindy Otto’s sweeping vision doesn’t stop there. [...]
As America strives to regain its economic footing, good people can’t find work even while companies struggle to find employees. How can this be happening?[...]
Penn alumni, students, and staff are at the forefront of a national movement to ensure that, if you’re gay and you play sports, you don’t have to be afraid.[...]
Charles Krause spent most of his career digging for stories. Now he’s finding—and exhibiting—artists whose work impacts the world.[...]
Football & Fun, Arts & Culture, Alumni Awards of Merit[...]
Ira Harkavy on the Netter Center’s first 20 years.[...]
Heard on Campus: Junot Diaz[...]
Association of Alumnae celebrates a century.[...]
Smilow family gift to name Center for Translational Research.[...]
Penn philosophers help foster change in developing countries.[...]
Football: Ragone to Holland to Ivy title.[...]
Museum symposium examines skulls—and racial bias.[...]
From Oct. 8 to Dec. 9, 2013[...]
The average high-school football player gets hit on the helmet up to 1,400 times in a season.[...]
Wharton's Ken Shropshire agrees with Taylor Branch.[...]
A lockout that could shorten—or even cancel—next year’s NFL season, and carry a multi-billion dollar price tag.[...]
This time of year, NFL fans are pretty much focused on one thing only: the Superbowl. [...]