Portrait of the Artist as a Former Financial Analyst
How Jill Krutick W’84 makes—and markets—her art.
Inching Back to Normalcy
Housing open (with precautions), classrooms still closed for spring.
Penn Gives $100 Million for City Schools
Penn donates $100 million for Philadelphia schools.
Choice in the Time of COVID
Wolf Humanities Center picks “Choice” as theme in virtual year.
Vagelos Laboratory to Rise on Walnut Street
Design approved for Vagelos energy laboratory.
Emanuel Joins Biden COVID-19 Advisory Board
Zeke Emanuel among Biden’s COVID-19 advisors.
In response to a rash of suicides in recent years, Penn students have fought to take charge of their own mental health, creating new peer-to-peer counseling groups and collaborating more closely with the administration on wellness initiatives. Is it enough to combat the pandemic stresses, burnout, and social isolation that afflict “the loneliest generation”?
In Nursing We Trust
The past year has propelled America’s most trusted profession into the spotlight, with the World Health Organization’s designation of 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife followed by the unprecedented and continuing challenges posed by COVID-19. Penn Nursing alumni and faculty weigh in on coping with the pandemic and on nursing’s essential—and expanding—place in the healthcare system.