Research by Janice F. Madden of the School of Arts and Sciences is referenced on the early gentrification of cities by the gay community.
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For centuries, geologists have recognized that the rocks that line riverbeds tend to be smaller and rounder further downstream. But these experts have not agreed on the reason these patterns exist. Abrasion causes rocks to grind down and become rounder as they are transported down the river.
After hearing Arab music for the first time at a wedding a couple of years ago, University of Pennsylvania senior Idress Syed was so enthralled with the sounds that he soon began taking drumming lessons in the Arab Music Ensemble percussion class at Penn.
“The sounds were just mesmerizing,” Syed says.
Steamy stories have been shared throughout history.
As witnesses to history, many of the artifacts showcased in the permanent collection at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology are just waiting to have their romantic tales revealed.
Janet Monge of the School of Arts and Sciences and the Penn Museum comments on Chinese fossils.
Richard Ingersoll of the Graduate School of Education and the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for researching teaching autonomy and satisfaction.