Superheroes in Scrubs
The Penn Vet and Wharton alumni remaking veterinary emergency care.
A Life’s Calling
For Liz Theoharis C’98, activism has been a way of life—from assisting her parents with their justice work, to community service as a Penn undergrad, to cochairing the recent revival of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign of 1968. The Presbyterian minister, social justice leader, and biblical scholar is committed to reframing the narrative around poverty and the poor while pushing for lasting policy changes.
Sir Henry Thornton, On and Off the Rails
Knighted by Britain for his work as the Allies’ “railroad czar” in World War I, the Penn alumnus and Pennsylvania Railroad veteran went on to remake the Canadian National Railways before the Great Depression, poor health, and scandal brought him low.
A More Welcoming Penn
Ann Reese CW’74, former president, was celebrated for her tenure.
A Golden Discovery
Charles Golden Gr’02 is focused on the “everyday world” of the Maya.