Vol. 95, No. 6
Dueling Quills: The Provost Smith Papers
Newly acquired papers reveal the contentious—to say the least—relationship between Penn’s first provost and founder Benjamin Franklin. By Samuel Hughes
Of Dirty Drugs and White Dogs
The food wan’t always great, but the memories remain fresh. Thirty years of eating at Penn. By Jon Caroulis
A former Thouron Fellow looks back at her mind-expanding year in England in the late 1970s. By Lorene Cary
From the Editor
Eating here, then and now.
The aftermath of the Superblock, investing in West Philly, preventing homelessness.
Notes From the Undergrad
It’s a long way from Walnut Street to Ben Yehuda Street. By Randi Feigenbaum
From College Hall
The cost of higher education explained. By Judith Rodin
“Anonymous” alum comes to campus … Fire guts Addams Fine Arts Center … Tuition and fees for 1997-1998 announced … Nobel-prize winner Martin Perl on the art and craft of experimental physics … Artistic sustenance at the Faculty Club gallery … Celebrating Marian Anderson’s genius on the Web.
Off the Shelf
“Betrayal Trauma” recognizes true and “false memories” of abuse.
Comings, goings, appointments, promotions, accolades, and other personal news
Audrey Beeber David
Golden (or Platinum) Opportunity for Russian Studies major
Charles Szoradi, Taheem “Tyme” Gadson and Ronnie Norpel
Cryptic Crossword, by Brit Ray