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banks of the Schuylkill River out to 40th Street, a mix of renovation
projects is reshaping the University's academic, residential and commercial
"Work in Progress"
the Quad to the high-rises, Penn undergraduates who live on campus have
the opportunity to mingle with professors, get help on math homework,
attend concerts and even classeswithout stepping outside
"The Dorm Transformed"
on Penn's architecture talk about the evolution of its West Philadelphia
campusthe delights, the dinosaurs and the duds.
"Treasures & Travesties"
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100 Years of the Gazette
alumni magazine has witnessed plenty of history in the making. By John
Selective (Old) Penn Chronology
Centennial timeline covers 1902 to 1918, when Old Penn became
the Gazette (and World War I ended).
and Everything Else
For 30 years,
Arnold Roth has been contributing his witty visuals to the magazineincluding
this issues cover.
Penns Cyber Stacks
cookbooks, Shakespeare folios, Yiddish folk songs, and more. By Caren
Thomson and the Holy Grail
school and graduate alumnus who pioneered human stem-cell research would
rather stick to his labbut some have the spotlight thrust upon them.
By Leslie Whitaker
celebrationplus how it all began.
On September 11, Harold Stassen, and more.
the future at SEAS.
From the Undergrad
celebrate 125 years of women at Penn
Jerry Lee Criminology Center opens
Paglia pans The Sopranos
a respite in nature
mismeasure of children
board to unify Health System management
Ramos C87 will be the presidents chief of staff
says hiring woman crew coach was sexual discrimination
new weapons against smallpox
largest retail buyer of wind energy
at Me. A
novel of dangerous depths.
Nazi Terror. Evils work-a-day world.
falls short, and mens basketball starts strong.
Events of intereston campus and around the world.
A more in-depth look at some of Penn's outstanding alumni.
Comings, goings, appointments, promotions, accolades
and other personal news
women, and the Penn seal.
Vol.100, No. 3
Cover: Illustration by Arnold
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