DJ “Michael the Lion” (also a researcher and lecturer in the Weitzman School of Design) is a big believer in the nighttime economy.
A Penn Libraries exhibit melds Arthur Tress’s surreal photography with his voracious appetite for Japanese illustration.
In a pair of new books, on coral reefs and sperm whales, two impassioned ocean lovers offer contrasting visions of how to safeguard its splendors.
A pair of history profs teams up with Getty Images to create a public-facing, photography-oriented window into Black history.
Father Martin’s New Mission
Jesuit priest James Martin reflects on his path to LGBT-focused ministry.
Three Penn alumni amassed three varied and valuable private collections, then bequeathed them to Philadelphia and the world. But what drove Mütter, Barnes, and Rosenbach?
Adding Joy into Textbooks
Penn student and artist Yune Kim C’24 has hand-drawn roughly 1,000 charming, playful images to illustrate a series of Korean language textbooks used at Penn and beyond.
Marble Dignity, Hollow Soul
Allen Guelzo’s biography of Robert E. Lee depicts the Confederate general as a “complicated rather than complex person.”