Articles by John Bartlett

04/13/15 11:05pm
Professor Grant Frame of Penn's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations recently received an National Endowment for the Humanities grant of $250,000 to continue his work with his project, Royal Inscriptions of the Neo-Assyrian Period.
04/01/15 12:00am
Though Penn's acceptance rate is as low as ever, a new ranking claims that's not the only data point that matters. 
03/24/15 1:35am
It takes a congressman to know Congress.
03/05/15 12:39am
Discovery Channel President and 1983 College graduate Rich Ross spoke in the Hall of Flags on Wednesday, using the tale of his own curriculum vitae in an effort to inspire interested students to pursue their passions in arts and entertainment. 
02/25/15 1:27am
"A Comedy of Terrors" centers on the efforts of two brothers who try to win over more viewers for their paranormal investigation TV show against a rival show.
02/11/15 1:00am
This Thursday, the Penn Museum will host the performance of "My Father's Bones," a play about the efforts of the sons of famous Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe to reclaim their father's body ever since it was sold to a museum in the 1950's.
02/04/15 1:19am
This Saturday, the Penn Museum will showcase a new exhibit of one of the greatest archaeological achievements in Penn's history.
12/04/14 2:04am
Stephen Dubner, co-author of international bestseller Freakonomics, spoke before an audience of Penn students on Wednesday as part of the Authors at Wharton speaker series.
11/13/14 2:36am

Students, alumni discuss the state of "Black Penn" then and now

The vast majority of students agreed that they had mixed feelings about the state of the black community at Penn 
11/09/14 11:31pm

WXPN celebrates ten years of collaboration with World Cafe Live

The collaboration has introduced programs such as Musicians on Call and Free at Noon
09/18/14 12:56am

GSE professors call on state funds for higher education policy changes

At a Wharton Public Policy Initiative event last night, two Graduate School of Education speakers urged states to take stronger leadership roles in structuring public college education to prepare graduates for the workplace.
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