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Bon Ku C’95 is bringing a design mentality to improving healthcare.[...]
“This wonderful sound. This crackle.”[...]
The power of query, in class and in life.[...]
On a humorous note, Beethoven.[...]
Sachs Program’s public launch.[...]
GSE’s Howard Stevenson on teaching racial literacy.[...]
A movie producer and Class of ’68 alumnus recalls the cinematic passions of his senior year—and offers some advice on rekindling the romance for today’s audiences.[...]
In the year of his centenary, a look back at the music and thought of American composer and Penn faculty member George Rochberg G’49, who first embraced 12-tone music and serialism and later rejected avant-garde styles as a form of “self-extinction.”[...]
Photos from the festivities. [...]
High schoolers mediate human-sea lion coexistence.[...]
Here’s what may have afflicted US diplomats in Cuba.[...]
On the job with the University’s eloquently soft-spoken, relentlessly positive, powerfully empathetic, turtle-admiring, Penn basketball-obsessed chaplain.[...]
In an excerpt from his new autobiography, Penn psychology professor Martin Seligman tells the little-known story of the American Psychological Association’s annual meeting in 1904, held at Penn. Its reverberations were profound—for Penn psychology professor Edwin Twitmyer and for American psychology.[...]
The Penn women's basketball program celebrates championships, record-breaking senior class, and a Big 5 Hall of Fame induction.[...]
Doris LeStourgeon GEd’56 piloted a pioneering educational experiment.[...]
George Thomas Gr’75 on Frank Furness’s 19th-century modernism.[...]
Wage stagnation linked to dearth of employers.[...]
$27 million to develop “teams of robots” for US Army.[...]
Emily Wilson’s translation of Homer’s epic has become a surprise sensation, a once-in-a-generation transformation of how English readers encounter one of the most iconic characters in all of literature. Fellow classics professor (and Odyssey aficionado) Peter Struck has some questions for her.[...]