Now The City of Sun and Water: Fathpur Sikri; Upper Gallery, Meyerson Hall. Through September 28.

Now History of Folio: Selected Prints 1974-97; Dean's Alley, Meyerson Hall. Through September 28.

Now The Ephemeral, The Transient, The Static: Ritual Architecture and Urbanity; Lower Gallery, Meyerson Hall. Through October 10.



19 Class of 1923 Ice Rink Official Opening; daily public skating: $4.50 with PennCARD; lessons available; more info: http://www.upenn.edu/icerink.



16 Penn Leukemia Society First Introductory Meeting; 7:30 p.m.; Bowl Room, Houston Hall.


19 Star's End Gathering XII; Steve Roach performing electronic music; 8-10:30 p.m.; Houston Hall; Tickets $5 for students; $20 for non-students, $15 with a WXPN MemberCard at the door (WXPN).

24 Mr. Greengenes Leukemia-benefit Rock Concert; 9 p.m.; Phi Sigma Beta House, 3615 Locust Walk. Tickets: $5 in advance, $7 at the door (Penn Leukemia Society; Phi Sigma Kappa).



18 There's No Place Like Penn; series of activities kicks off with a double-feature under the stars; The Wizard of Oz to "Dark Side of the Moon"; 8 p.m.; Scream; 10 p.m.; College Green (Rain: Hall of Flags, Houston Hall). Full list of activities, see http://dolphin.upenn.edu/~oslaf/likepenn.html (Student Life).

19 Third Annual Housewarming International; music, film, dance and culture from around the world; includes tango reception at 5:30 p.m. Friday, live piano from Philip C. Carli accompanying silent movie Stella Maris at 7:30 p.m. Friday; International House; activities continue through Saturday, call 895-6543 for info.


16 A Novel Signaling Pathway Between Dendrites and the Nucleus of Developing Neurons; James H. Eberwine, pharmacology; 4 p.m.; Phys-iology Conference Rm., 4th Floor, Richards Building (Physiology).

22 Molecular Genetic Analysis of CREB Deficient Mice; Julie Blendy, pharmacology; noon; Pharmacology Seminar Room M100-101, John Morgan Building (Pharmacology).

The Hindu Theory of Emotions: All the World's a Stage; Ahalya Hejmadi, Utkal Univ., India, U. of Pa.; 4 p.m.; B-26 Stiteler Hall (Psychology).

Neighborhood Development in a Democratic City: Toward a "Real" Urbanism; Michael Pyatok, Pyatok Associates, Oakland; 6 p.m.; B-1, Meyerson Hall (GSFA).

24 Kinase Cascades in Cell Growth and Death; Michael J. Weber, University of Virginia; 12-1:30 p.m.; Reunion Hall Auditorium, John Morgan Building (Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Group).

Sociology's New Sackler Lecture

The Department of Sociology inaugurates the Beth and Richard Sackler Lecture on Friday, September 19, with a discussion of Expertise, Advocacy and Deliberation: Lessons from Welfare Reform by the noted welfare expert Mary Jo Bane, professor of public policy at Harvard's School of Government. She will speak at 4 p.m. in Room 285, McNeil Building.