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The Art of Life
Sam Maitin FA’51, the beloved Philadelphia artist and Gazette stalwart who died in December, left behind an extraordinary body of work (some of which is now on display on campus in a show planned before his death), a loving family, devoted friends, and many, many memories. By Samuel Hughes

The Rebuilder
“Working with clients, even those with heart-rending stories, is deeply satisfying,” says Allen Keller C’81, who heads the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture. “Worrying about whether we’ll be able to keep the lights on is truly stressful.” By Margot Horwitz

Man in a Hurry
Former New Orleans mayor and current president and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial C’80 is on a mission to reclaim the organization’s role as the economic voice of black and urban America and of all those who are “weak, disadvantaged, and dispossessed.” By David Porter

Volume 103, No.4
Cover Photo by Greg Benson

2005 The Pennsylvania Gazette
Last modified 03/03/05

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