How the architecture of the campus—and the coverage it received in the Gazette—has reflected the University's changing image of itself.
From fresh food to well-preserved artifacts: What’s building now.
From the ICA’s geodesic dome to Furness's Alumni Hall to the skyscraper on Locust Walk, Penn has had some fascinating unbuilt visions.
Timeline | In the decades leading up to the new millennium, the University finds itself embroiled in the culture wars, celebrates its 250th anniversary, elects its first woman president, and rises in the rankings.
The World Trade Center attacks prompted an intense search-and-rescue effort. How have the 9/11 dogs and their human handlers been faring? Two Penn professors, Dr. Cindy Otto and Dr. Melissa Hunt, are trying to find out.
There’s a very thin line between eating disorders and disordered eating.