UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA

Almanac

Tuesday, May 7, 1996
Volume 42 Number 31

The Reading Project for the Class of 2000...

"If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast," said Hemingway to a friend in 1950. Almost fifteen years after that, Scribners issued the book that will be read by Penn's incoming freshman class and discussed in small groups on the weekend they arrive on campus. (Details on how to participate).

Left: Hildegard Rath's oil painting of the Pont Neuf, from the jacket of the Scribners hardcover edition.



In this Issue

On the Cover: A Moveable Feast Teaching Award in Law goes to Dr. Mann; A New Chair at Wharton is an other tie with Asia; SEC Actions of May 3, including a revised proposal on terms for deans
Death of Samuel Martin; Rotary Grants Abroad; Honors and Tributes; City-Wide 'Best Secretary'
March of Dimes Award to Dr. Brinster; Annual AWFA Awards; Reminders; Tribute to Bruce Montgomery; Scholarship Fund for Dr. Miller

Compass Features

OPPORTUNITIES; Penn Press Spring Book Sale
Summer Basketball Camp; Update; Crime Alert: Armored Car Robberies; CrimeStats; Need Copies of Old Issues?
Honoring the New Emeritus Professors

Pullout--For Comment: A New Model for Computing Services Across Penn


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