Journey to Estonia
Louis Kahn Ar’24 Hon’71 left Estonia as a little boy in 1906. A century later, some members of the great architect’s “family through choice” went back to explore his tangled roots and legacy.
The Radical and the Restorer
As the international blockbuster King Tut exhibition comes to Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute, the Penn Museum has unveiled an eye-opening companion show on the radical religious and political experiment imposed by the boy-king’s predecessor (and putative father), the Pharoah Akhenaten.
2006 featured the Game (a tough loss to Princeton, unfortunately), the Awards of Merit Gala, and the finale of a year-long commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the University’s first African-American graduate, James Brister D1881.
A Great Year for Buildings
From College Hall | How five innovative spaces are transforming campus life and learning.
Pickup basketball is out of the question, but there’s more time for nostalgia.
Penn Praxis Tapped for Delaware Waterfront Project
City asks Penn Praxis to advise on waterfront’s future
Harker Leaves Wharton for Delaware Presidency
Wharton Dean Harker named University of Delaware president
Turning Andean Silver into Green
Wharton helps silver artisans in Peru shape greater profits
Benefits of Neighborhood Cleanup Go Beyond Beauty; Now It’s Matter, Now It’s Not; Stretch Nerves After They Snap