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The Pennsylvania Gazette is pleased to announce that we have received two Best of District II Awards from the Council fo...
11/07/2023

The Pennsylvania Gazette is pleased to announce that we have received two Best of District II Awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

🏆 "Obstacle Course," by Trey Popp (Nov|Dec 2022), was recognized in the category of Writing: News/Feature (1,000+ Words):
Original Article: https://thepenngazette.com/obstacle-course/

🏆 "Thinking About Ukraine," with photos by Mike Logsdon C’03 (May|Jun 2022), was recognized in the category of Photography: Series or Collection of Related Photographs:
Original Article: https://thepenngazette.com/thinking-about-ukraine/

🌟 Learn more and view the winning entries here: https://caseawards.secure-platform.com/a/gallery/rounds/250/details/125674 And here: https://caseawards.secure-platform.com/a/gallery/rounds/250/details/125807

Our Nov|Dec 2023 cover stories include:✔️ Chef Amanda Shulman C'15 saves us a place at the table;✔️ Penn Women's Center ...
11/06/2023

Our Nov|Dec 2023 cover stories include:

✔️ Chef Amanda Shulman C'15 saves us a place at the table;
✔️ Penn Women's Center celebrates 50 years; and
✔️ Photographer Arthur Drooker C'76 captures "Twilight."

Read the issue on our website 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-magazine/current-issue/

11/03/2023
For their 55th Reunion, members of the Class of 1968 created a tour of historic Philadelphia sites that would be of inte...
10/31/2023

For their 55th Reunion, members of the Class of 1968 created a tour of historic Philadelphia sites that would be of interest to Penn alumni.
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Sites like Penn's first campus at Fourth and Arch Streets, and the homes of 18th- and 19th-century Penn graduates Samuel Powel C1759 and Dr. Mary Elfreth Allen are just a few highlights of the 22-page booklet, complete with a map, suggested route, and site descriptions. Now anyone can take the tour, as the guide is available online.
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Read more in "Penn History on Tour" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/penn-history-on-tour/
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📝: Nicole Perry | 🎨: Courtesy of tour guide and University of Pennsylvania Archives | 🏷️:

A new tour of early Penn from the Class of 1968.

A century after her arrival at Penn, Lin Huiyin FA'27 will receive a posthumous degree in architecture from the Universi...
10/30/2023

A century after her arrival at Penn, Lin Huiyin FA'27 will receive a posthumous degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design at its 2024 Commencement ceremony. 👉 https://www.design.upenn.edu/post/architectural-pioneer-receives-her-due

We featured Lin and her husband, fellow architecture student Liang Sicheng Ar’27 GAr’27, in our Nov|Dec 2019 issue. They both came to Penn at the height of Philadelphia’s Beaux-Arts building boom and returned to revolutionary China with ideas that made a lasting mark on the development of architecture in the People’s Republic. 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/21167-2/

One of the highlights of the landmark Weitzman School of Design exhibition Building in China: A Century of Dialogues on Modern Architecture, now on view at the Penn Wharton China Center [through January 15, 2024], is a 15-foot-long panel featuring 23 students in Penn’s architecture program between...

Neil Friedman C’75, Heidi Bogin Oshin CW’75, and Bill Weiner W’76 launched a niche streaming service specializing in Jew...
10/30/2023

Neil Friedman C’75, Heidi Bogin Oshin CW’75, and Bill Weiner W’76 launched a niche streaming service specializing in Jewish and Israeli content. ChaiFlix is dedicated to telling diverse Jewish stories from around the globe and connecting the world to Jewish culture.
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Read more in "The Jewish Netflix" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-jewish-netflix/
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📝: Julia M. Klein | 🏷️:

Alumni “Mom, Pop, and a friend” operation launches “Jewish Netflix.”

Drew Gilpin Faust G’71 Gr’75 Hon’08 examines her own youthful journey from the Virginia gentry to New Left activism with...
10/30/2023

Drew Gilpin Faust G’71 Gr’75 Hon’08 examines her own youthful journey from the Virginia gentry to New Left activism with a practiced historian’s eye—but stops short of probing her adult trajectory into another elite establishment. NPR Book Critic Maureen Corrigan Gr’87 reviews her new memoir.
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Read more in "Radical Passage" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/radical-passage/
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📝: Maureen Corrigan Gr’87 | 🏷️:

Radical in her youth: Drew Faust G’71 Gr’75 Hon’08’s Necessary Trouble.

"Penn is a place for self-assured, accomplished students. I wasn’t one of them," writes Phyllis Lev Brust C’75 G’83 Gr’9...
10/27/2023

"Penn is a place for self-assured, accomplished students. I wasn’t one of them," writes Phyllis Lev Brust C’75 G’83 Gr’90, a former first-generation college student who is now a career counselor and founder of CareerMutt.
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"So here’s my advice for today’s underconfident students—first-generation or not—whether they’re starting out or looking back, or whether they are a parent, teacher, or friend trying to help."
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Read more in "Confidence Game" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/confidence-game-2/
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📝: Phyllis Lev Brust C’75 G’83 Gr’90 | 🎨: Laura Liedo Illustration | 🏷️:

First gen, then and now.

A Penn Libraries exhibition highlights photographer Laurence Salzmann’s intimate connections with his subjects. The coll...
10/27/2023

A Penn Libraries exhibition highlights photographer Laurence Salzmann’s intimate connections with his subjects. The collection was donated to the Penn Libraries in 2018 and is on view through December 4, 2023.
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“I think my legacy has been to both remember the past, be in the present, and preserve stories and ways of life,” Salzmann reflects, “learning about other people’s ways of life, sharing that, being collaborative with them, and preserving stories of others so that others have a voice that could be reached and remembered.”
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Read more in "A Life with Others" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/a-life-with-others/
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📝: Beebe Bahrami Gr’95 | 📸: Self portrait from "Sweet Salt People," 2016–2020 | 🏷️:

An exhibition of Laurence Salzmann’s work at Penn Libraries.

Lauren Meyer GFA’02 GFA’03 works to protect fragile historic structures from climate change for the National Park Servic...
10/26/2023

Lauren Meyer GFA’02 GFA’03 works to protect fragile historic structures from climate change for the National Park Service.
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“For a long time, park staff saw just small-scale degradation over time happening because of storm systems moving through,” she says. “But as we got into the mid-2000s, we started seeing stronger, more severe bursts of weather happening with no drying time in between storm events. And we started seeing more mass degradation.”
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Read more in "Vanishing Treasures" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/vanishing-treasures/
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📝: Samantha Drake CGS’06 | 📸: courtesy National Park Service | 🏷️:

Lauren Meyer GFA’02 GFA’03 works to protect fragile historic structures.

Beebe Bahrami Gr’95 was in Asturias, Spain, walking "the footpaths between the better worn paths—the ones that were near...
10/26/2023

Beebe Bahrami Gr’95 was in Asturias, Spain, walking "the footpaths between the better worn paths—the ones that were nearly invisible, faint pencil lines that traced passages through forest, farm, and field."
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"Then it all stopped, as if everything suddenly held its breath, and I felt a warm energy: eyes on my back, focused like lasers. I turned slowly and froze. Twenty meters away stood a wolf."
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Read more in "Wolf in the Weave" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/wolf-in-the-weave/
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📝: Beebe Bahrami Gr’95 | 🎨: Anna Heigh | 🏷️:

Magical meeting.

Feeling like a failure, pushing 50, and moving home to her parents’ house to start again from scratch, Lisa Ellen Niver ...
10/24/2023

Feeling like a failure, pushing 50, and moving home to her parents’ house to start again from scratch, Lisa Ellen Niver C'89 started taking one tiny “brave-ish” step at a time to take her life far away from the old one and into the adventurous world of travel writing. Her story is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of perseverance.

On Friday, Nov. 10, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the University of Pennsylvania Bookstore, Niver, an author and travel expert, will discuss her new memoir, "Brave-ish: One Breakup, Six Continents, and Feeling Fearless After Fifty," along with her publisher, Debra Wishik Englander C'76.

More info about the event here:

Please join me and my publisher, Debra Englander, at the Penn Bookstore

Ken Jaworowski CGS’00 is a first-time novelist at 55. His book,"Small Town Sins," is a page-turning thriller that follow...
10/20/2023

Ken Jaworowski CGS’00 is a first-time novelist at 55. His book,"Small Town Sins," is a page-turning thriller that follows three down-on-their-luck characters through arcs of tragedy, mystery, and redemption in the fictional town of Locksburg, Pennsylvania.
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Read more and an excerpt in "Small Town Dream" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/small-town-dream/
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📝: Dave Zeitlin C'03 | 📸: Candace di Carlo | 🏷️:

Ken Jaworowski CGS’00 is a first-time novelist at 55.

"Lou was not the kind of father I could rely on to be there when I needed him, but I never doubted that he loved me and ...
10/09/2023

"Lou was not the kind of father I could rely on to be there when I needed him, but I never doubted that he loved me and supported me in other ways," writes Alexandra Tyng GEd’77, daughter of Penn professor of architecture Louis Kahn Ar'24 Hon'71.
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Tyng is an award-winning figure and landscape painter. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and her portrait of her father is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC.
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Read more in "The Letter A" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-letter-a/
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📝: Alexandra Tyng GEd’77 | 🎨: Alexandra Tyng GEd’77, "The Letter A" (2016), courtesy Designers & Books | 🏷️:

A daughter and her father’s creative connection.

"As I walked into the first event of my recent 65th Penn reunion, my mind flashed back to past iterations, when my Class...
10/09/2023

"As I walked into the first event of my recent 65th Penn reunion, my mind flashed back to past iterations, when my Class of ’57 husband and our children often joined me in what became a fun time for all of us," writes Margot Freedman Horwitz CW’58 ASC’62 in this Alumni Voices essay.
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"But there was a big difference this time: our adult children are living their own lives far away, and my husband has been dead for more than a year. I was now attending a reunion as a widow, a single woman who has moved into a new phase of life."
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Read more in "Second Life" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/second-life/
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📝: Margot Freedman Horwitz CW’58 ASC’62 | 🎨: Katherine Streeter | 🏷️:

“I feel the need to seize the better moments.”

For more than 15 years, Henry Daniell, the W.D. Miller Professor at Penn Dental Medicine, has been producing proinsulin ...
10/06/2023

For more than 15 years, Henry Daniell, the W.D. Miller Professor at Penn Dental Medicine, has been producing proinsulin (and other therapeutic molecules) within the leaves of genetically engineered lettuce plants—and this summer his team inched one step closer to treating diabetes with a simple pill.
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Read more in "Insulin by the Leaf" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/insulin-by-the-leaf/
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📝: Trey Popp | 🎨: Dante Terzigni Illustration | 🏷️:

Latest advance toward growing insulin in lettuce plants.

West Philly high school students got a taste of food culture and visual storytelling during a Penn Museum pilot program ...
10/06/2023

West Philly high school students got a taste of food culture and visual storytelling during a Penn Museum pilot program called Your Food Story.
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“Food is a great connector, an experience that we all have and enjoy,” says Tia Jackson-Truitt, the Penn Museum’s inaugural chief diversity officer.
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Read more in "Food Meets Photography" in our Sep|Oct issue. 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/food-meets-photography/
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📝: JoAnn Greco | 📸: Kobe Livingston courtesy Penn Museum | 🏷️:

High schoolers mix food culture and photography.

10/06/2023
The Wharton School's Environmental, Social and Governance Factors for Business (ESGB) and Diversity, Equity and Inclusio...
10/05/2023

The Wharton School's Environmental, Social and Governance Factors for Business (ESGB) and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs will better prepare students for a changing workplace.
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“There’s a growing awareness that issues like these affect business decisions and the bottom line,” said Witold J. Henisz, vice dean and faculty director of Wharton’s ESG Initiative.
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Read more in "New Majors and Concentrations at Wharton" in our Sep|Oct issue. 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/new-majors-and-concentrations-at-wharton/
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📝: JoAnn Greco | 🎨: Chris Gash | 🏷️:

Wharton programs meet growing interest in DEI and ESGB.

Congratulations, Drs. Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman! Read more about their work in our May|Jun 2021 article "The Vacc...
10/02/2023

Congratulations, Drs. Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman! Read more about their work in our May|Jun 2021 article "The Vaccine Trenches": https://thepenngazette.com/the-vaccine-trenches/

The highest honor was bestowed for foundational discoveries that gave the world a vaccine to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

A pair of $10 million gifts from University alumni will bolster the college experience for international students and as...
09/27/2023

A pair of $10 million gifts from University alumni will bolster the college experience for international students and aspiring healthcare entrepreneurs beginning this fall.
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Read more in "$10 Million Each for International Students and Healthcare Entrepreneurship" in our Sep|Oct issue. 👉

$20 million for international students and healthcare entrepreneurship.

09/27/2023

Faculty News 1 Sep 2023 Professor Emily Falk Named Vice Dean of the Annenberg School for Communication In this newly-created role, Falk will help to foster and showcase the school’s research. By Hailey Reissman Beginning today, Professor Emily Falk will be serving as the Vice Dean of the Annenberg...

09/27/2023

News 18 Jul 2023 Sarah Banet-Weiser Named Dean of the Annenberg School for Communication On August 14, Banet-Weiser will become the sixth dean in the School's history. Sarah Banet-Weiser has been named dean of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, effective August...

Mary Ellen Olcese CW’73 didn’t know what to say when she looked inside a bag Ted Kriebel C’73 GEd’75 handed her during t...
09/27/2023

Mary Ellen Olcese CW’73 didn’t know what to say when she looked inside a bag Ted Kriebel C’73 GEd’75 handed her during their 50th reunion lunch in May. “I really was flustered,” Olcese recalls.
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Inside the bag, neatly folded, was a red blanket bearing blue stripes and a big “P” beneath three stars. Kriebel had received it from the Penn athletic department 50 years ago to mark his participation on Penn’s varsity men’s swimming team.
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Olcese, a standout member of the Penn women’s team, was not given one of her own when she graduated. That’s because the University did not consider her a varsity athlete—a slight she recounted in a Zoom presentation she gave last fall to her classmates about women’s athletics at Penn.
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Read more in "A Blanket and a Bond" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/a-blanket-and-a-bond/
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📝: Dave Zeitlin C'03 | 🏷️: Penn Swimming and Diving

Belated recognition in a gift from one swimmer to another.

09/15/2023

The Richard W. Vague Professor in Immunotherapy in the Perelman School of Medicine is honored for pioneering the development of CAR T cell therapy, which programs patients' own immune cells to fight their cancer.

Swimmer Matt Fallon EAS’25 W’25 makes history at the World Aquatic Championships, blazing a trail toward the 2024 Olympi...
09/15/2023

Swimmer Matt Fallon EAS’25 W’25 makes history at the World Aquatic Championships, blazing a trail toward the 2024 Olympics.
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Read more in "Uncharted Waters" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/uncharted-waters/
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📝: Matthew De George | 📸: Manan Vatsyayana | 🏷️: World Aquatics

Swimmer Matt Fallon EAS’25 W’25 medals at World Championships.

A facelift and more for College Hall, a high-profile expansion at GSE, and new facilities for data science and energy re...
09/14/2023

A facelift and more for College Hall, a high-profile expansion at GSE, and new facilities for data science and energy research are among the highlights of ongoing campus building and renovation projects.
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Read more in "Under Construction" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/under-construction/
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📝: John Prendergast C'80 | 📸: Greg Benson | 🏷️:

What was going up and getting fixed this summer.

The great-grandson of a famous founder (of the nation and this University) and “boyhood’s friend” of the president of th...
09/14/2023

The great-grandson of a famous founder (of the nation and this University) and “boyhood’s friend” of the president of the Confederacy, educational reformer and onetime Penn professor Alexander Dallas Bache made his own reputation by championing the professionalization of American science in the mid-1800s.
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Read more in "American Science’s Promoter-in-Chief" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/american-sciences-promoter-in-chief/
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📝: Dennis Drabelle G’66 L’69 | 🎨: David Hollenbach | 🏷️:

The great-grandson of a famous founder (of the nation and this University) and “boyhood’s friend” of the president of the Confederacy, educational reformer and onetime Penn professor Alexander Dallas Bache made his own reputation by championing the professionalization of American science in th...

From picture books to The Poet X, Penn Libraries are expanding and diversifying their holdings of books for young reader...
09/07/2023

From picture books to The Poet X, Penn Libraries are expanding and diversifying their holdings of books for young readers.
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Read more in "The PZ Project" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-pz-project/
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📝: Trey Popp | 📸: Tommy Leonardi C’89 | 🏷️:

From picture books to The Poet X, Penn Libraries are expanding and diversifying their holdings of books for young readers.

From swinging standards to avant garde nonconformism, Penn music professor, jazz drummer, and shapeshifting composer Tys...
09/06/2023

From swinging standards to avant garde nonconformism, Penn music professor, jazz drummer, and shapeshifting composer Tyshawn Sorey has won acclaim for “awesomely confounding” music whose “vulnerable virtuosity” can “open different portals in your depth of feeling and imagination.”
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Read more in "Time Stretcher" in our Sep|Oct issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/time-stretcher/
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📝: Nate Chinen C’97 | 📸: Nathan Bajar | 🏷️:

From swinging standards to avant garde nonconformism, Penn music professor, jazz drummer, and shapeshifting composer Tyshawn Sorey has won acclaim for “awesomely confounding” music whose “vulnerable virtuosity” can “open different portals in your depth of feeling and imagination.”

Our Sep|Oct cover stories include:✔️ Professor Tyshawn Sorey composes “awesomely confounding” music;✔️ Penn Libraries of...
09/05/2023

Our Sep|Oct cover stories include:

✔️ Professor Tyshawn Sorey composes “awesomely confounding” music;
✔️ Penn Libraries offers more for young readers; and
✔️ Alexander Dallas Bache elevated American science in the mid-1800s.

Read the issue on our website 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-magazine/current-issue/

Celebrating 90 years open to the public, Morris Arboretum & Gardens of the University of Pennsylvania’s original roots g...
08/31/2023

Celebrating 90 years open to the public, Morris Arboretum & Gardens of the University of Pennsylvania’s original roots go back to 1887. In that year, siblings John and Lydia Morris, children of a wealthy Philadelphia family, purchased a plot of barren farmland in Chestnut Hill and began cultivating the soil to prepare for their summer home, called Compton. They filled the grounds with collections of exotic and native trees and shrubs from their travels around the globe. By 1914, they had bought enough adjacent parcels to amass more than 166 acres.
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Read more in "'On This Hilltop'" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/on-this-hilltop/
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📝: Nicole Perry | 📸: The Pennsylvania Gazette, May 15, 1933 | 🏷️:

Old Penn | “A home of beauty-loving people.”

"I was in northwest Spain, passing through Ponferrada—a city on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route famed for its to...
08/30/2023

"I was in northwest Spain, passing through Ponferrada—a city on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route famed for its towering Templar castle and its position at the heart of the Bierzo wine region," writes Beebe Bahrami Gr’95.
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"This was the first time I had seen anyone down orujo so early in the morning. I’d first encountered the 80-proof liquid two decades earlier in a Galician village on the Atlantic coast where a chef cheered by my enjoyment of his cooking gave me a complimentary shot of an herb-infused version as an after-dinner drink. People all across northern Spain, I learned, revered it as a digestion aid and a health tonic."
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Read more in "Path to a Burning" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/path-to-a-burning/
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📝: Beebe Bahrami Gr’95 | 🎨: Juan Bernabeu | 🏷️:

Elsewhere | “Hit me up,” she said. “I don’t want to go to the doctor.”

A birth complication and a roving childhood shaped the career of pioneering business titan Radhika Gupta EAS’05 W’05 in ...
08/30/2023

A birth complication and a roving childhood shaped the career of pioneering business titan Radhika Gupta EAS’05 W’05 in India.
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“I didn’t appreciate it then, but the moving around to so many different countries every three years—drastically different countries—really shaped who I am. There is all this talk of agility and being able to deal with change in the start-up world, and I really had it," she says.
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Read more in "‘The Girl with a Broken Neck’" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-girl-with-a-broken-neck/
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📝: Alyson Krueger C’07 | 📸: Edelweiss Asset Management | 🏷️:

Radhika Gupta EAS’05 W’05 scratched her entrepreneurial itch in India.

"Medical progress is not linear. It advances in fits and starts—driven, most often, not by hard work or serendipity, but...
08/29/2023

"Medical progress is not linear. It advances in fits and starts—driven, most often, not by hard work or serendipity, but by the mavericks among us," writes Andrew Lam M’02, a retina surgeon, assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
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Read more in "The Pipeline Versus the Pioneers" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-pipeline-versus-the-pioneers/
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📝: Andrew Lam M’02 | 🎨: Graham Roumieu | 🏷️:

Expert Opinion | Mavericks needed.

"Yard sales were a summer staple when we lived in the country. You could check any local newspaper from May through Sept...
08/29/2023

"Yard sales were a summer staple when we lived in the country. You could check any local newspaper from May through September and be sure to find dozens of ads for weekend sales," writes Nick Lyons W’53.
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"We didn’t need any of the stuff, of course, and neither did the sellers—who, after all, were ridding themselves of it. Yet the ads were irresistible to a yard-sale addict, of which I was one, as was my late wife, Mari, who called the whole business 'redistributing the junk.'"
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Read more in "Redistributing the Junk" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/redistributing-the-junk/
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📝: Nick Lyons W’53 | 🎨: Kathryn Kennedy | 🏷️:

Rabbit Hole | Found objects.

"My mother’s English is like a duckling—not fully fledged, like an almost-mature juvenile from which we expect very litt...
08/28/2023

"My mother’s English is like a duckling—not fully fledged, like an almost-mature juvenile from which we expect very little. ... My Chinese, however, is a cracked plate; it was once whole but has now been shattered by years of carelessness and neglect," writes May Hathaway C'25 in this Notes from the Undergrad essay.
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Read more in "Mother Tongue" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/mother-tongue/
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📝: May Hathaway C'25 | 🎨: Hye Jin Chung | 🏷️:

Notes from the Undergrad | Beyond words.

Meet the six Wharton classmates who bought an Italian basketball team.*“It wasn’t necessarily in our plans—I don’t think...
08/28/2023

Meet the six Wharton classmates who bought an Italian basketball team.
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“It wasn’t necessarily in our plans—I don’t think in anybody’s plans—to own a sports team when we came to Wharton. But it kind of fell in our laps," says Fitzann Reid WG’23.
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Read more in "The Italian Job" in our Jul|Aug issue 👉 https://thepenngazette.com/the-italian-job/
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📝: Matthew De George | 🏷️: Pallacanestro Trieste The Wharton School

The six Wharton classmates who bought an Italian basketball team.

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