The Fragrance of Ink

An exhibition at the Arthur Ross Gallery—part of the Gallery's year-long "Celebration of Asia"—highlights Korean "literati" paintings from the Choson Dynasty.

Where Human Life Happens

Genetic testing and other technologies that offer a "window on the womb" are allowing parents to know more about their prospective offspring than ever before. Is that good?

Camp David on the Schuylkill

When scholars representing two distinct strands of Judiac studies gathered in Houston Hall, they may not have signed any peace accords, but they did find some common ground.

Artist Unleashed

A literal stroke of fate transformed Jon Sarkin from a chiropractor and sometime-doodler into an artist who creates out of an obsessive fervor.

Image Tribes

Advertisers are targeting specific audiences as never before, dividing consumers more and more narrowly along income, age, gender, and ethic lines, and splintering society in the process.

Wired Man

Twenty years after he helped created the Internet, Dave Farber is working to keep it open to all manner of unconventional ideas -- inlcuding his own -- and pondering the next big thing in cyberspace.

The Collector

Was it chance, or fate, that led a Wharton Graduate to buy his first Tarot deck—and change his life forever?

Party Animal

Top GOP pollster Frank Luntz talks about Bill Clinton's bridge, Newt Gingrich's popularity, why Republicans aren't funny, and how teaching at Penn was the happiest time of his life.