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Together The Greatest Generation at Penn
Finkelsteins life as a
University student changed forever one
February morning in 1943. The Wharton School junior ate breakfast, then
marched from the University campus to 30th Street Station with a couple
hundred students, singing Penn songs along the way. Continued...
Maas C73 had traveled frequently
to China on business, but it wasnt until he and his wife adopted a
baby daughter, Jennifer, from that country last February that he went
into one of its many orphanages. Continued...
Puts the I in Information
Stuart Siegel W85 graduated
from the Wharton School, he recalls, My desire was to be a real-estate
tycoon. Fifteen years later, it looks like hell have to settle for
standing at the helm of one of the fastest growing technology companies
in the country. Continued...
Westward View, oil on canvas, 1999-2000. Courtesy Locks Gallery,
Osborne FA59 once kept
a studio in a former funeral home. Looking at the color-saturated canvases
that define the painters latest work, you can see why this wasnt a
Winds Still Blowing at Monsoon
Szoradi GAr93 says he
never worried about whether his new-media design and marketing firm
was going to make it. Chalk it up to entrepreneurial bluster, but the
president and CEO of Monsoon Microstudios says such concerns didnt
register during the past four years it has been conducting business
inside a former church in North Philadelphia. Continued...
Data on Dentistry
never drilled into a throbbing molar,
but Dr. Lois Kushner Cohen CW60 holds honorary membership in the American
Dental Association. Forty years ago she helped pioneer a field that
has contributed greatly to oral and craniofacial health: the sociology
of dentistry. Continued...
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