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Stuff of Legend
An exhibition at the National Constitution Center celebrates the multifarious personae of Penn’s founder on the occasion of his 300th birthday with objects ranging from the Constitution of the United States to a pair of cufflinks. By Julia M. Klein

Exile From the Land of Dreams
The creator of radio’s American Routes and long-time lover of New Orleans writes about the city’s survival after the storm. By Nick Spitzer

Red & Blue City
A new generation of Penn alumni is shaping New York’s political landscape. By Jordana Horn Marinoff

Homecoming 2005
Photos from fall’s big weekend. Plus: Alumni Award of Merit citations.

Volume 104, No.3
Cover Illustration by Jon Sarkin C’75

©2006 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Last modified 01/05/06

From the Editor

From College Hall

Letters

FIRST PERSON : Essays
Notes from the Undergrad: What does the Times want from women?
Alumni Voices:
Dear Dr. Eiseley, I’m sorry
Elsewhere:
“There was no mention of the word Jew.”
Expert Opinion: What a “privacy policy” really means

GAZETTEER : News & Sports

Penn poet joins fight against Google
Undergraduate researchers get CUREJ
George Weiss gives $14 million for scholarships
“It’s not film, it’s the Internet, it’s digital, it’s Palm Pilots.”
Center for Advanced Medicine: “awe-inspiring and world class.”
Michael J. Fox on Nonprofit Leadership
How Internet2 is transforming archaeology
Mabry’s Travels II: Iraq and Pakistan
Hendricks named vet school dean
Asian American student group marks fifth anniversary
The next best thing to a guilt-free SUV
A picture worth two words: “Close curtains.”
Helping tsunami victims deal with post-traumatic stress
“Conceptual plagiarism” charged in sociologists’ dispute
Hard losses in football
Scoreboard
Cross-country’s Kim sisters

ALL THINGS ORNAMENTAL : The Arts
Art Talk Spiegelman: “Everything I learned comes from comic books.”
Exhibition “Treasures” digs up $100,000 for Penn Museum
Music A tale of two premieres
Books Making Peace with Autism. Susan Senator’s incredible journey
Books The Running of the Bulls. “The pinnacle of the Wharton experience.”
Briefly Noted
Arts Calendar

ALUMNI : Profiles
Marc Simon documents life After Innocence
Michael San Phillip and Jill Abbott’s family ties
Laurie Burrows Grad’s gift for cooking
Sumo wrestler Katherine Hurley
Penn’s African American “Firsts”

ALUMNI : Events : Notes : Obituaries

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