More Sports

More Arts

More Gazette


Home Archives Contact Advertise

Working Like Dogs
The new Penn Vet Working Dog Center will breed and train the country’s top detection dogs, but Center founder and director Cindy Otto’s sweeping vision doesn’t stop there. Through detailed tracking of what leads to success, “It will be the flagship of knowledge—knowledge about the dogs, knowledge for the dogs, knowledge that feeds back to the dogs,” she says. By Molly Petrilla

Home Depot Syndrome, the Purple Squirrel, and America’s Job Hunt Rabbit Hole
As America strives to regain its economic footing, good people can’t find work even while companies struggle to find employees.  How can this be happening? Wharton’s Peter Cappelli has a provocative answer. By Trey Popp

The PATH to GO!
A decade after what’s believed to be the country’s first support group for gay college athletes was started here on campus, Penn alumni, students, and staff are at the forefront of a national movement to ensure that, if you’re gay and you play sports, you don’t have to be afraid. By Dave Zeitlin

The Art of Change
Charles Krause spent most of his career digging for stories. Now he’s finding—and exhibiting—artists whose work impacts the world. By Samuel Hughes

Homecoming 2012
Photos from the festivities. Plus: Alumni Award of Merit winners and citations

©2013 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Last modified 01/05/13



JAN | FEB 2013
Volume 111, No.3

Cover Photograph by
Candace diCarlo

The Gazette welcomes Alumni Notes. Tell your classmates about your promotion, family or latest adventure.

Interested in writing an article for the Gazette?
Know an interesting person you think we would like to profile? Contact John Prendergast, editor.

Curious about
such as
GRP, WExt, and MCD?

Join us:


University of Pennsylvania

Penn Alumni
The Almanac
Penn Current
Penn News
Penn Athletics