Kelly Writers House, 3805 Locust Walk
Many alumni have a story to tell that is unique to the Penn community. The impact of being part of the University lasts a lifetime, and several of the graduates, both recent and not, share their stories.
For its latest exhibition, the Morris Arboretum posed a simple question to more than 100 artists who submitted concepts: What does the idea of “time in the garden” mean to you?
Students will share experiences through five-minute stories at the May 7 event at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
At a special event featuring a performance by John Waters and remarks by President Amy Gutmann, the late Keith Sachs was celebrated and $123,000 of grants were doled out for arts projects.
The 200 or so students in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology didn’t just need a workspace, they needed a home. And with the newly renovated Robbins House, they got one.
A brewery historian will speak at the Arboretum on April 19 about the Morris family’s status as Philadelphia’s second—and arguably most significant—brewing clan.
Through a detailed survey of female political aspirants enrolled in a campaign training program, a Penn political science professor examines the motivating factors behind why women do—or don't—decide to run for office.
The director of horticulture at Morris Arboretum on the beauty, unpredictability, and future for cherry tree season.
Wharton Professor Katherine Milkman teases out the “fresh start effect” of temporal landmarks like the first day of spring, New Year’s Day, and other meaningful calendar dates.