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Volume 106, No. 5


Features

Why Not Him?
Maverick ad-man, inspirational talk-show host—and possible future New York mayoral candidate?—Donny Deutsch on the ups and … well, mostly just the ups … of being Donny Deutsch.
By Jordana Horn

Fit Enough
An innovative, interactive exhibit at the Penn Museum traces human evolution—big brains, back pains, dental problems, and all.
By Beebe Bahrami

The Guru of Woo
Can’t get co-workers to cooperate on an important project?  Boss won’t listen to your ideas? The Wharton School’s Richard Shell can help.
By Caroline Tiger


Departments

From the Editor

From College Hall

Letters 

FIRST PERSON : Essays
Notes from the Undergrad An itch to belong
Alumni Voices Some unusual adjunct faculty
Elsewhere AIDS education in Liberia
Expert Opinion A solution for the mortgage crisis 

GAZETTEER : News & Sports 
Tracing the Kerner Commission’s legacy
 Logan becomes Claudia Cohen Hall
 Actor Kal Penn teaches at Penn
 Fontaine Society aids underrepresented in academe
 Michael Bloomberg to speak at Commencement
 Findings
 Entrance interview: Admissions Dean Eric Furda C’87
 Chris Browne C’69 gives $15 million for professorships
 Architects chosen for key Penn Connects projects
 Basketball looks to next year
 Scoreboard

ALL THINGS ORNAMENTAL : The Arts
ART Windows on destruction. Remembered Light at Ross Gallery
ART New Ross director Lynn Marsden-Atlass
BOOKS Inexhaustible horror. The Slave Ship
BOOKS (Really) brief lives. Not Quite What I Was Planning
Briefly Noted
Arts Calendar

ALUMNI : Profiles
James Thomson V’85 Gr’88 turns skin cells into stem cells
Peggy Carr C’88 arranges vacations for veterans
Matt Selman C’93 got the Button on The Simpsons
William E. Davis ME’42 tells a great story—his own
2007 Award of Merit Winners & Citations

ALUMNI : Events : Notes : Obituaries

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