The Man Who Would Never Be Mayor
In the race for Philadelphia’s top job, Michael Nutter W’79 was dismissed as the candidate without a constituency. His journey from last place to landslide victory had the markings of a political miracle. Now the public expects more.
Bloodied but unbowed by his stint as George W. Bush’s first “faith czar,” alumnus and political science professor John. J. DiIulio is more convinced than ever of America’s faith-based future—and he has a new book that tells why.
Arthur Drooker’s infrared photographs of historic ruins in the U.S. conjure a “spirit world of haunted beauty.”
From College Hall: Penn’s faculty forms the core of a great teaching and research community.
Economics Professor Pleads Guilty and Resigns
Former econ prof pleads guilty to manslaughter