Garden Railway: Public Gardens
Morris Arboretum & Gardens, 100 E. Northwestern Ave.
The primary election follows a lively Commencement and on-campus move-out. But the ballot may determine Philadephia’s 100th mayor.
This year’s ceremony honored the dedicated staff who make Penn’s success possible with the energy of a home team win.
Procrastination is a near-universal human behavior, with some surprising benefits. But when the time comes to focus, Ryan Miller of the Weingarten Center offers tips and time-management tools.
The acceptable use of a singular “they” pronoun made official a linguistic trend already in use for centuries. People who are not represented by binary pronouns say it’s a helpful step, but a small one.
Law professor Tess Wilkinson-Ryan’s new book “Fool Proof: How Fear of Playing the Sucker Shapes Ourselves and the Social Order―and What We Can Do About It” explores the psychology of fools, dupes, cons, and morality.
The New York Times columnist hosted a talk, “Way Past Normal: American Politics in 2022 and Beyond,” hosted by The Andrea Mitchell Center, The SNF Paideia Program, and The Government and Politics Association.
Second-year student Antoilyn Nguyen spent their summer as a researcher analyzing labor and delivery charts as part of a long-term cohort study to standardize labor induction for better and more equitable results.
The David Berger Professor for the Administration of Justice at Penn Carey Law explains judicial activism in a historical sense, and how justices today interpret the Constitution and federal and state policies.
Many in-person traditions returned to campus this year after a lengthy hiatus, including classes, but Penn’s output of research, innovation, and growth never slowed throughout the year.
The first in-person celebration for rising juniors in two years was not dampened by the rain, as the Class Board of 2024 honored one of Penn’s most resilient student class.