A literal stroke of fate transformed Jon Sarkin from a chiropractor and sometime-doodler into an artist who creates out of an obsessive fervor.
Advertisers are targeting specific audiences as never before, dividing consumers more and more narrowly along income, age, gender, and ethic lines, and splintering society in the process.
Ethics for the Orthodoxy
The changing challenges of medical ethics got poked and prodded and poked some more at a recent conference co-sponsored by Penn's Center for Bioethics.
Show me the Funny!
In the world of situation comedy, Penn alums are getting big bucks for big yucks.
Making the Cultural Scene at the Writers House
Writers on campus get a room -- several, actually -- of their own.
Serious Venus Envy
"Grande Venus" has taken up residence on the first floor of college hall.