When Wax Was Hot
Four decades ago, a Penn-dominated rock band was poised to take the world by storm. What happened?
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To eRead or Not to eRead
Should I get over my crush on print culture and buy a Kindle already?
The First Day of Peace
World War II ended on September 2, 1945. For two alumni, something strange happened next.
We’ve lost control of our online data, and the consequences may be worse than you think.
How to Save a City in 20 Years or Less
Fels consultant John Kromer on how to fix broken cities.
Turning the Tables on BRCA-related Breast Cancer
Novel drug treatment may shrink breast-cancer tumors.
Admissions Advice for Alumni Families
ACA helps alumni kids be the best applicants they can be.
To Flush or Not to Flush
Penn Reading Project’s The Big Necessity makes excrement interesting.
Diversity Conference Offers Full Spectrum of Activities
Penn Spectrum sends message: “We are Penn—all of us are Penn”
The Father of Underwater Archaeology Returns
“If the shipwreck is in the water, why would I stay on land?”
The Voice of Franklin Field
C.T. Alexander W’56 on his 50th year behind the mic at Franklin Field.