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Math "Evangelist" Spreads the Word to Parents
ITo some people, five minutes spent waiting in the grocery store line is time wasted. To Dr. Patricia Clark Kenschaft, G'63, Gr'73, author ofMath Power: How to Help Your Child Love Math, Even If You Don't (Addison-Wesley), it's an opportunity to play a fun counting game with a child.
M. Josephine Deubler
Dr. M. Josephine Deubler, V'38, Gr'44, assistant professor emeritus of emergency medicine and the first woman graduate of Penn's School of Veterinary Medicine, has earned yet another distinction during her busy retirement. She was chosen to judge Best in Show at the prestigious Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in February.
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In Search Of ... Penn Quakers
Penn, through Harris Publishing of White Plains, N.Y., is conducting its first alumni census in 10 years and will use the data to compile its first, all-University alumni directory in seven decades.
Alexia Antczak Bouckoms
Like many Penn alumni, Dr. Alexia Antczak Bouckoms, CW'75, is ambitious. She hopes to run in the Boston Marathon.
Howard P. Berkowitz
Hate groups are turning to the accessible Internet in increasing numbers to spread their propaganda, but the Anti-Defamation League -- now under the leadership of Howard P. Berkowitz, W'62 -- has been using the same medium to fight back.
The Other Side of Aesop
Generations of children have read the fables about the tortoise who plods his way to the finish line ahead of the arrogant hare; the mouse who repays the kindness of a captured lion; and the greedy man who kills the goose for her golden eggs. But what about the camel who defecates in a river? Or the copulating hyenas?
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