Film for Social Change

Penn students from a variety of disciplines are learning the essentials of film storytelling and production while helping to give a voice to marginalized people and communities, from Philadelphia’s high schools to a refugee settlement in Kenya to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.

The Rigors of Success

New York’s Success Academy charter school network has been lionized for its sky-high test scores and robust curricular offerings—and decried for a rigidly disciplined school environment one opponent described as “abuse.” Opinions are just as divided on its combative and committed leader, Eva Moskowitz C’86. She’ll be happy to tell you who’s right.

Pictures of Penn, Vol. 4

From weddings to golf games to work anniversaries, your fellow Quakers have been on the move. Check out these photos they’ve submitted over the summer to see for yourself.

All In The Family

Andrea Wieland, the newest member of Penn's athletic department, has a unique tie to one of the University's favorite sons.

Thirty Years of Screen Credits

From Wes Anderson movies to "Old Jews Telling Jokes"—and now his first feature film as a writer and director—Sam Hoffman C'88 reflects on the 30 years he's spent working in movies and TV.