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Events of interest—on campus and around the world.
Highlights for March/April. For more detailed listings, please see Alumni Calendar.



ICA has graffiti artist Barry McGee’s site-specific installation, Indelible Market, through July 30; this is his “Untitled,” from an installation at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Cleveland. Join fellow alumni for the club’s annual family picnic at the Landerwood Swim Club in Pepper Pike. Call Barbara Franklin at (216) 292-6750.
Harrisburg. Francis Vaughn, the Penn golf coach, will join us for our golf outing in July. We are planning an overnight trip on Sept. 16 to the Penn Club of New York. E-mail Brad Sears at <> for more information.
Metro New Jersey will be participating in Penn Cares 2000 when we volunteer our services to the Community Foodbank of New Jersey in Hillside; please join us in this worthy community-service project on Saturday, May 13, 9:30—11:30 a.m. Our annual scholarship and installation dinner will be held at the Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield on Tuesday, June 6. For more information on these and other events, check our Web site at (ourworld.compuserve
) or contact Maria Chu Ho
at (201) 868-5408 or <>.

New York is proud to announce that last fall’s Highball was the most successful yet. Many thanks to this year’s chair people, to the board and to the many other volunteers who helped make this event so terrific. This spring, PennNYC is partnering with the Penn Club of New York, the Wharton Club of New York, Penn Hillel in New York and many others to bring programs to our members. We are also planning Penn in Pictures East, a summer cocktail event and the Highball this fall. Visit our Web site at ( html) for a listing of our programming and volunteer opportunities.
San Diego. Join alumni to watch polo in Del Mar for the Rancho Valeria Cup on Sunday, June 25: match times 1:30 and 3:00 p.m. We shall meet prior to the matches to hand out tickets and have lunch; tickets are $10, if paid and reserved in advance. Please contact Ken Funahashi for more information and to RSVP at <>, or (619) 235-7754. For more information
on Penn happenings in and around San Diego, join our e-mail group at

San Francisco is the next stop for Penn on the Road: a panel of Penn faculty and alumni will discuss “Language, Image and the Art of RenČ Magritte” at the SF MoMA on June 27 at 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Alumni Relations at <>.

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