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Vol. 98, No. 4


A Passion for Evidence 
The new director of the Fels Center is a renowned criminologist with a zeal for finding out what works—and using it.
By Samuel Hughes

Kids spend more than 20 hours a week in front of the TV. Are yours watching what they should? Would you know? Researchers at the Annenberg Public Policy Center have some answers.
By Leslie Whitaker

Looking In, Looking Out
Architect Barton Myers’ designs set the stage for art and life in the city.
By Virgina Fairweather


From the Editor
Shining Lights.

Millennial overstatement, Gieg response … and more.

Notes From the Undergrad
Revolution on 40th Street.

FDA suspends gene-therapy researchKelley ousted as health-system headPhrygians’ WakeMcHarg awarded Japan Prize for city planning … Nothing but Net at WhartonHarker chosen as new Wharton deanStudents sit-in over sweatshops … The University’s impact on the region$10 million for endowed professorships in SAS

Off the Shelf 
Across the U.S.A. with photographer Mary Ellen Mark. American Odyssey

Women’s squash and basketball score firsts.

Alumni Profiles
A more in-depth look at some of Penn’s outstanding alumni.
Edward G. Rendell C’65 | Political Lessons from a Pro
Donna Woolfolk Cross CW’69 | Cross Leaves Grisham in the Dust—in Germany
Michael R. Levy W’68 | Don’t Mess with Texas Monthly
Dr. Theodore Daniels ASC’81 Gr’85 | We’re Still Here. Now What?
Peter Post C’72 | The Secret of Your Success —Civility

Alumni Notes
Comings, goings, appointments, promotions, accolades, and other personal news.


Cryptic Crossword.

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