Learning and Leading
Since her nomination to become the University’s eighth president last winter, Amy Gutmann has spent a lot of time quietly thinking and talking with people about how to move Penn forward. Now she’s eager to get to work.
As he heads West for a teaching position in the other Washington, Paul Steven Miller C’83 looks back on a decade defending the rights of people with disabilities as an EEOC Commissioner—and a lifetime battling for his own.
Hard Questions, Uneasy Answers
Reflecting on his recent experience in Kurdistan, Brendan O'Leary, a leading scholar of ethnopolitical conflict, ponders Iraq’s future.
At the Charlestown Cooperative Farm, alumna Aimee Kocis is helping preserve valuable farmland from development while keeping 105 area families well supplied with a variety of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables.
Writing For Her Life
Stephanie Williams C’92 was determined to fulfill her ambition to write and publish a novel before cancer killed her. With some help from her friends, she succeeded.
Fuzzy Slippers, Sharp Minds
After a year in corporate America, teaching is a sleeper hit.
Politically Incorrect—Lying Ads, Trusting Voters
The truth is, lying political-ads work.