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May 2013 Issue
Scholars, critics, and industry professionals gather at a Penn conference to discuss new crossroads for cinema and cinema studies.Loraine Terrell
English doctoral candidate Marissa Nicosia explores historical literary genres.Heidi Smith
Have you ever been sucked into reading the tabloids while waiting in line at the grocery store? Fifth-year English doctoral candidate Marissa Nicosia reads them, too—but the ones she’s looking at are from the 17th century.
Senior Geena Ianni finds an overlooked language deficit in some brain injury survivors.Susan Ahlborn
Imagine that your friend told you his heart had been broken, and you thought he needed a cardiologist.
Professor of Sociology Grace Kao studies the immigrant experience and its effect on educational outcomes.Blake Cole
Study hard and you’ll succeed—seems simple enough. When viewed through the eyes of a sociologist, however, it’s a gross simplification.
Penn Chemistry breaks new ground with High Throughput Experimentation lab expansion.Blake Cole
From what is affectionately referred to as “the pit”—the basement level of the Roy and Diana Vagelos Laboratories—top Penn chemistry professors and administrators, alongside their Merck and Co., Inc.
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