The Omnivore’s New Dilemma
(Which exotic University City restaurant should we try tonight?)
Dining a la Penn
Remember the dining halls? You can still get a burger and fries, but pretty much everything else has changed.
Quakers in the Kitchen
Penn alumni offer tips on how to relax and host great parties, eat well without harming the environment, and dine like a gourmet on the cheap.
Architecture of Madness
Chris Payne GAr’96’s photographs evoke the vanished world of state mental hospitals, where inmates could be both “mad and safe.”
Slouching Towards Elegance
In her new book, Trustee Professor of French Joan DeJean counts the many ways—from padded sofas, to “casual” clothing, to flush toilets—that France taught the world how to make itself comfortable.
Journey Into Silence
Can I renounce speech, and almost everything else, for three months?
Why would a peace-loving, left-leaning, lactose-intolerant Jew from the Chicago suburbs join the Israeli Army?
$20 Million Gift for PIK Professorships
Weiss $20 million gift will fund four PIK professors
A Rhodes Scholar from Old Rhodesia
Sarah-Jane Littleford C’09 awarded Rhodes Scholarship