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Newly acquired papers reveal the contentious relationship between Penn's first provost and Founder Benjamin Franklin.
Dueling Quills: The Provost Smith Papers

Information technology makes teaching and learning possible round the clock. But can an Ivy League education be delivered over the 'net? "The Virtual Classroom"

"Information architect" Richard Saul Wurman has made a life's quest--and a very comfortable living--out of forgetting everything he ever knew about lots of things the rest of us take for granted."The Commissioner of Curiosity"

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F E A T U R E S
Chris Sharp, Illustrator The Stock Market Sage
Finance professor Jeremy Siegel says stocks have always been the best long-term investment.

The Stock Market Sage
Finance professor Jeremy Siegel says stocks have always been the best long-term investment

The Flu of 1918
Eight decades ago last month, Philadelphia and the Penn campus were in the grip of one of the worst -- and least remembered -- epidemics in history.

Through a Glass Darkly
What made journalistic wunderkind Stephen Glass start making things up -- and was he already doing it when he was at the DP?

The Bible's People
From bread-baking to burial customs, a new exhibit at the University Museum looks at the lives of the Bronze and Iron Age peoples of Canaan and ancient Israel.

Constitutionalist in Cyberspace
Could Lawrence Lessig be the Louis Brandeis of the 21st century?

D E P A R T M E N T S

From the Editor

Unsolved mysteries.

Letters
No news not good news, the small print.

Notes From the Undergrad
The home page as self-portrait.

From College Hall
A library transformed for a new century.

Alumni Voices
Back to football camp, 30 years later.

Gazetteer
Movie theater announced for 40th Street ... New director of alumni relations named ... Wharton and Law deans to step down ... Outdoor welcome for Class of 2002 ... Penn places sixth in U.S. News survey ... Feline kidney transplant program ... Mutation found in prostate-cancer gene ... Benefit to employers who work with schools.

Sports
High hopes for men's and women's hoops; scoreboard.

Off the Shelf
Celebrating the city's residential riches. Historic Houses of Philadelphia.
A new translation. The Book of Job.

The Alumni
Comings, goings, appointments, promotions, accolades, and other personal news

Alumni Profiles
A more in-depth look at some of Penn's outstanding alumni.

Obituaries

Classifieds

Pennsylmania
Cryptic crossword by Brit Ray.


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