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homepage now has a new look and more features designed especially
with Penn's faculty and staff in mind.
--There are numerous resources that can be easily accessed including
direct links to essential Penn-specific information including:
Human Resources, the Library, Campus Media, University Governance,
Penn Directories, Penn Mail Service and Business Services.
-- There are also links to major, off-campus news websites: Philadelphia
Inquirer, New York Times, Washington Post, Chronicle of Higher
Education, US News & World Report and CNN.
-- Want to enjoy the campus in your spare time? The "Arts & Leisure"
section contains something for everyone--Penn's art galleries,
the University Museum, the Morris Arboretum, Penn Presents, as
well as Recreation and Athletics. Visit www.upenn.edu/almanac
and plan a convenient cultural or recreational diversion.
Almanac's website at the same address: www.upenn.edu/almanac
where you can find breaking news in the "Between Issues" section,
back issues from 1995 to the present in the "Archive" section,
as well as the latest issues and the monthly AT PENN calendar
in both HTML and PDF formats available to read or print.
- Make Almanac's
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the date, time and current temperature are always right there
too. Weather information for other cities is only a click away.
Need to quickly get Emergency Closing information? It is one of
the many items in the "Where Do I Find?" List which contains some
of the "most wanted" items from previous issues.
to Express Almanac and get an e-mail message with links to major
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and put "Subscribe" in the subject.
- Read and
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