Where Human Life Happens: Penn's Glenn McGee

Nature's Way
On the trail with his new daughter, a father's perspective changes.

Camp David on the Schuylkill
A colloquium on shaping Jewish cultures in Israel and America sponsored by Penn's Center for Judaic Studies generated plenty of heat and light. Plus: Excerpts from two papers on the Holocaust as an American-Jewish and an Israeli experience.

Alumni Weekend 1997
A few words and a lot a pictures.
D E P A R T M E N T S From the Editor
Some words on the word "normal," congratulations, and a welcome. Letters
Chewing over the past three decades on Penn restaurants . . . and more.
From College Hall
Penn's role in the community combines both. By Judith Rodin
Notes From the Undergrad
Fond memories -- and advice -- from a new alumna. By Randi Feigenbaum
Bill Cosby speaks, students march -- and sweat -- at Commencement ... Former President Sheldon Hackney's return to campus ... Baseball coach Bob Seddon's winning ways ... Comparing French and American students ... Testing the feasibility of fish farming.
Off the Shelf
A Cacophony of Voices. The plague of race in a fever-stricken city. By David L. Ulin
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.
Cryptic Crossword, by Brit Ray

Copyright 1997 The Pennsylvania Gazette, Last Modified 6/17/97