A group of scholars at the University of Pennsylvania is working to make the skill of reading manuscript text a hallmark of the Japanese studies program at Penn.
Arts & Humanities
John Jackson of the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Arts and Sciences will discuss race relations at the Penn Lightbulb Café.
In 1913, a massive piece of granite arrived in Philadelphia that forever changed the scope of the Penn Museum’s collection. This was the arrival of the Sphinx, an approximately 15-ton single piece of red granite from Memphis, Egypt.
One group of University of Pennsylvania students is full of hot air.
Anyone within earshot of Fisher-Bennett Hall on Monday evenings will hear the unmistakable sounds of Penn Pipes, the University’s first and only band of merry bagpipe enthusiasts.