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Open Treasure
Penn’s Rare Book and Manuscript Library has a message for students, alumni, and book lovers everywhere. Online or on campus, come up and see us sometime!  
By JoAnn Greco


Digging Routes
Nick Spitzer C’72’s sonic gumbo is unlike anything else on radio. By Samuel Hughes

Inside the Cancer-Cell Smasher
In the last century, American medicine has gone from a cottage industry to a technology-driven juggernaut.  
The machine at the heart of the new Roberts Proton Therapy Center, dubbed “the world’s most expensive and complex medical device,” provides a glimpse of what the coming years may hold.
By William Hanson

 

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Volume 107, No.3
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Candace diCarlo

 

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