- May 17, 2013
More than 8,000 proud alumni returned to their Penn home to rediscover their Red and Blue roots during Alumni Weekend, held May 10-13, 2013.
Returning Quakers reconnected with fellow classmates and recaptured their Penn pride while attending countless events and festivities. Not only did alumni find themselves reminiscing, but they engaged with faculty, classmates, and even Penn President Amy Gutmann in stimulating discussions, lectures, and panels. From film screenings and live theater performances to guided tours of new buildings and art galleries, there was something for everyone.
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- May 8, 2013
This spring, over 500 alumni, students, and friends
came together in New York City’s historic Gotham Hall to celebrate the transformative
power of a Penn education. This biannual event—held in New York in the spring
and Philadelphia in the fall—is a wonderful opportunity for students and
scholarship donors to meet and to share their Penn experiences.
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- May 2, 2013
Michael Moh, W’92, is a proud Penn alumnus whose philanthropy and engagement with Wharton is a family tradition. His father, Laurence Za Yu Moh, WG'53, established two scholarships for MBA students from his native China and endowed two professorships at Wharton, including the first Wharton Chair ever endowed by an alumnus from outside the U.S. The family foundation's recent gift will help establish the Penn-Wharton China Centerin Beijing and continue the Moh family's interest in building bridges between China and Penn.
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- April 25, 2013
On Friday, April 19, the Penn community gathered at Penn Park despite threatening storms to celebrate the monumental success of Making History: The Campaign for Penn. With sports exhibitions, performances by student groups, and performances by Grammy Award winners Train and John Legend the event was a fitting celebration for a record-breaking campaign.
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- April 19, 2013
Cynthia Chang Scanlan, C'84, and Brian J. Scanlan, W'84, met at Penn, married, and grew a successful software company together. Yet before their paths ever crossed they had something in common: both of their mothers were librarians, and fostered a love of books and learning in each of them. The renovation of Penn Libraries' Special Collections Center touched a chord for Cynthia and Brian, and they supported the project with a generous gift.
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