Thinking About Ukraine
Penn faculty examine the conflict from multiple perspectives—sometimes clashing, sometimes meshing, and often thought-provoking. Plus: Mike Logsdon C’03’s photographs from Ukraine.
Tim Beck’s Final Brainstorms
Recalling their near-weekly conversations over the two-and-a-half years before mental health pioneer Aaron T. Beck’s death at age 100, the author—possible biographer, irritating interviewer, admiring friend—bears witness to the founder of cognitive therapy’s ceaseless quest to live a “rich full life.”
Squashing the Narrative (and Competition)
Led by a passionate alumnus head coach and an international roster exemplifying the modern University, the Penn men’s squash team enjoyed a historic season while drawing attention—and raucous cheers!—to a sport usually on the fringes of campus life.
At the Crossroads
A 7,000-mile circuit around the country seeking answers to a question about to loom over me.
“The rules are simple: no social media, no e-mails, no texts, no phone, no music, no books, no watch, no light.”
A three-week trial suggests the jury process is a forgotten model for American democracy.
CURF at 20
Two decades after its founding, Penn’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships continues to be “for everyone.”
Shattered and Torn
In a new book, Dorothy Roberts extends her landmark critique of the US child welfare system.
$125 Million for Nursing Education
Participants in the Leonard A. Lauder Community Care Nurse Practitioner Program will receive free graduate school tuition at Penn.