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Anatomy of an Uprising
As rebellion rocked Egypt in early 2011, several Penn scholars had unusually intimate perspectives on the action. By Trey Popp.
Plus: Penn students react to the uprisings

Shooting Big Changes
Photographer Tara Todras-Whitehill C’00 EAS’00 has captured some astonishing images of the uprisings in Egypt and Libya. Who knows where her next ones will be from? Q&A by Samuel Hughes

Flawed Founder
James Wilson signed the Declaration of Independence and was a key architect of the US Constitution, helped found Penn Law School, and served as one of the first justices of the Supreme Court. He was also a reckless land-speculator—jailed more than once for debt—who died a fugitive. By Dennis Drabelle

Journalism, Jews, and Jeffrey Goldberg
College alumnus Jeffrey Goldberg’s reporting from the Middle East has garnered a slew of awards and an invitation to come and chat with Fidel Castro. Just don’t tell his kids he dropped out of Penn. By Jordana Horn

Penn Theatre: A Work in Three Acts
Theatre has a long, rich—and somewhat obscure—history at the University. A new initiative aims to help Penn’s professional, academic, and student performing arts entities do more to work together and raise their collective visibility on campus and beyond. By Molly Petrilla


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MAY | JUNE 2011
Volume 109, No.5

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