Take Back the Night’s emotional kaleidoscope.[...]
$25 million for Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics.[...]
New entrepreneurial twist: Y-Prize focuses on commercial applications.[...]
Penn’s underdog club rugby team has big dreams.[...]
Post-season play for women’s basketball; champion fencer Michael Mills.[...]
From Feb. 11 to April 7[...]
Penn Relays.[...]
Penn’s Making History campaign has exceeded expectations, raising $4.3 billion and “catapulting” the University “from excellence to eminence.” [...]
Louis Kahn had more or less completed his designs for Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park when he died in 1974. It finally opened last fall to glowing reviews—but it could easily have been a disaster. Or nothing.[...]
The Nora Magid Mentorship Prize has been giving former students of the legendary nonfiction-writing teacher an excuse to get together and swap war stories—and helping to launch a new generation of Penn students into careers in journalism.[...]
Does the rise of the “massive open online course” spell the end of the university as we know it? [...]
Will the mainstreaming of egg freezing offer women more choice about when to have children—kind of like the Pill in reverse—or delude them with a false sense of security? [...]
CPCW award for innovation: start the (hand-cranked) presses![...]
Q&A with David Dinges, who knows why you feel so tired.[...]
John Legend C’99 gives MLK Day keynote.[...]
Reusable bags may carry more than groceries.[...]
After 40 years, Du Bois House looks back and ahead.[...]
Are you unusually sensitive to Brussels sprouts and hoppy ales? [...]
High hopes for softball and women’s lacrosse.[...]
From Dec. 1 to Feb. 10[...]