Old Horse & The Freedom Sound; Poor Old Horse performs traditional
songs of England and America while Freedom Sound performs a combination
of a cappella rhythm and blues, gospel and jazz; 7:30 p.m.; St.
Marys Church; tickets $10/$13 door (Cherry Tree Music Co-op).
Than Blood: How Racial Statistics Lie; Tukufu Zuberi, author;
5 p.m.; Kelly Writers House (Afro-American Studies Program).
Sacred Heart of Jesus in Eighteenth-Century Rome; Jon Seydl,
history of art; 3 p.m.; Rich Seminar Room, Jaffe Bldg. (History
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Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 5, September 25, 2001
September 25, 2001
Volume 48 Number 5
School of Arts and Sciences names two faculty members to endowed
chairs, Dr. Michael Katz from history
and Dr. David Roos from biology
the aftermath of the attacks, while the community has pondered
and prayed, donated and discussed, consoled and counseled, hoped
and helped, Penn websites have been created or expanded to provide
immediate resources and up-to-date information.
Penn Humanities Forum kicks off today
with a lecture on Time.
A-3 Assembly and PPSA join together to present an Employee
Resource Fair this Friday in Perelman Quad.
Brotherly Love gathers funds and goods for the victims of
the recent tragedies.
Trustees meet after a week's postponement
and conclude their meeting with a moment of silence.
light of the current crisis, the Military
Leave Guidelines for faculty and staff as well as those
for students are outlined.
University Museum opens a new exhibit on Modern
Mongolia with special events that coincide with Penn