Works of Hartt

In 1999, David Hartt shut down his art practice and left the galleries he’d been working with. He took the next 10 years away from all of it. Now he's teaching at Penn and exhibiting around the world—including in three new exhibitions that just opened in a span of 25 days.

The Vent Man

The Vent Man was somewhat of a fixture on Penn's campus in the 1970s, silent but constant. Four decades later, David Bolger D'79 is still thinking about him.

Pictures of Penn, Vol. 4

From weddings to golf games to work anniversaries, your fellow Quakers have been on the move. Check out these photos they’ve submitted over the summer to see for yourself.

All In The Family

Andrea Wieland, the newest member of Penn's athletic department, has a unique tie to one of the University's favorite sons.

Thirty Years of Screen Credits

From Wes Anderson movies to "Old Jews Telling Jokes"—and now his first feature film as a writer and director—Sam Hoffman C'88 reflects on the 30 years he's spent working in movies and TV.