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sculpture of the mythological "Green Man" made from the
stump of a felled beech tree was dedicated recently
at Morris Arboretum to the institution's horticulture
staff. Mrs. Nancy Ryan (at right) provided funding for
sculptor Marty Long to carve the giant statue, which stands on the
Arboretum's Holly Slope.
Session Classes End.
Session Classes Begin.
Session Classes End.
Session Classes End.
In and Registration for Transfer Students.
In for First Year Students.
Student Orientation; Through September 2.
p.m. with second showings at 2 p.m.; $8, $6/seniors & students
w/ID; $3/children; free/members & under 3.
with Pete Moses; folk and pop rock.
Rabbit Tales; Tucker's Tales Puppet Theatre.
Spider Man of Africa; Crabgrass Puppet Theatre.
Symposium; 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Auditorium, BRB II/III; registration:
(Infectious Disease Division; Abramson Cancer Center; Medicine;
Dental Medicine; Veterinary Medicine).
Donations and Hours
Ross Gallery, Fisher Fine Arts Library: free;
Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., noon-5 p.m..
Gallery, Faculty Club, Inn at Penn: free; Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-6
Addams Fine Arts Gallery: free; Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Klein Gallery, 3600 Market St.: free; Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
of Contemporary Art: $3, $2/students, artists, seniors, free/members,
children under 12, w/ PENNCard and on from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; Wed.-Fri.,
noon-8 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed July 28-September
Gallery, Logan Hall: free; Mon.-Fri, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Arboretum: $8, $6/seniors & students, $3/children 3-12,
free w/PENN Card, children under 3; Mon.-Wed. & Fri., 10 a.m.-4
p.m.; Thur., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Gallery, 6th fl., Van Pelt-Dietrich Library. For hours see http://events.library.upenn.edu/cgi-bin/calendar.cgi.
Museum: $5, $2.50/seniors & students w/ID, free/members
w/PENNCard, children under 6; Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; closed
July 4 and Sundays through September 1.
Institute; free, Mon.-Fri: 9
& Joy: Celebrating Intergenerational Artistic Achievement;
award-winning artwork by elders from NewCourtland Elder Services
Facilities and students from Philadelphia area schools; reception:
6 p.m.; Esther Klein Gallery. Through July 2.
2002 is a mosaic mural created by elders of Cheltenham York Road
and students from Elwood School.
2001 is also a mosaic mural created by elders from Care Pavilion
and students from the Andrew Hamilton School.
2000 is from the Sacred Village Project at Germantown Home, created
by elders from Germantown Home and students from Project Learn.
Through Deaf Eyes; travelling exhibition organized by Gallaudet
College, documents the American experience of the deaf over a century;
Arthur Ross Gallery (Arthur Ross Gallery; Philadelphia School for
the Deaf). Through July 28.
Annual Penn Med Art Show; art by Penn and HUP students, faculty,
and staff; Fox Gallery (Penn Med). Through June 17.
Kawabe; visiting artist from Japan; Charles Addams Gallery.
Through June 27.
Floating, an acrylic on canvas by Koichi Kawabe
Railway Display: Americana: Covered Bridges, Mills & Barns;
Morris Arboretum. Through October 13.
Summer Arts Studio (PSAS) Faculty Exhibition; Charles Addams
Gallery. Through July 15.
Student Exhibition; Charles Addams Gallery. Through July
Annual In-House Exhibition; works of art by employees of
the University City Science Center and its resident organizations;
reception: 5:30 p.m.; Esther Klein Gallery. Through September
Viewpoints: New Photography from Penn; documents
developments in the art of photography; Arthur Ross
Gallery. Through October
2003: Group Exhibition of Artists from GSFA; Burrison
Gallery. Through June 6.
Visiting Artist/Scholar: Won-Jang Jin; Charles Addams Gallery.
Through June 6.
Outreach Program: Annual Student Art Exhibition; works by students
from area schools; Esther Klein Gallery. Through July 3.
Ground; Kimowan McLain; ICA. Through July 27.
Apfelbaum; Fallen Paintings, hybrid works of beauty that
exist in the contentious, ambivalent space between painting, sculpture
and installation; ICA. Through July 27.
exhibition weaves two themes, visual ephemerality and bodily consumption;
ICA. Through July 27.
Hochzeitshaus (The Wedding House); Nadine Robinson fuses popular
myth, religion and street-party culture; ICA. Through July 27.
the Past: A Retrospective View of Cryptology; Rosenwald Gallery.
Through July 31.
in Exhibition: Watercolors of the Living Collection; paintings
of trees within the Arboretum's collection, featuring work
by Marcy Abhau; Morris Arboretum. Through August 18, except July
Sojourn; black and
Changing Exhibitions Gallery, 1st fl., UPM.
Through September 28.
Plantsman in Asia: 1979-2000; Paul Meyer, Arboretum; Morris
Arboretum. Through September.
Scale: The Anatomical Sculptures of William Rush; early
19th century sculptures; Wistar Institute. Through October.
Intertwined: Etruscans, Greeks and Romans; suite of four permanent
classical world galleries at the Museum.
& Ancient Israel; Living in Balance: Universe of the Hopi, Zuni,
Navajo & Apache; Ancient Mesopotamia: Royal Tombs of Ur; Mesoamerica;
The Egyptian Mummy: Secrets & Science; Raven's Journey:
World of Alaska's Native
People; Buddhism: History & Diversity
of a Great Tradition; Africa: The Cradle of Humankind; Polynesia:
ahu'ula + lei niho palaoa.
Night at the Opera; 6:30 p.m.; Graduate Student Center (GSC).
at 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. All movies w/English subtitles.
Admission: $6, $5/members, students, senior citizens. Tickets available
1 hour before show time.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari; silent with live musical
accompaniment by Guglielmo Foffani.
Gospel According to Matthew; Italian.
and Sparrow; Italian.
5:30-6:30 p.m., Tuesdays & Thursdays, Newman Center; first class
free; $5/class, $4/students; Carolyn Hamilton (215) 662-3293 (days)
or (610) 446-1983 (evenings).
Red Cross Blood Drive for Freedom; 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Hall of
Flags, Houston Hall (VPUL).
practice U.S. English and learn U.S. culture; 3 p.m. Also every
Tuesday throughout the summer.
Circle; feminist ministry for women of all faiths; noon.
Also every Thursday throughout the summer.
at (215) 898-8681. All classes in Bennett Hall from 6-8:30 p.m.
All courses $280 unless noted otherwise. For a listing of online
courses see www.upenn.edu/elponline.
Preparation; intermediate/advanced level; Mondays and Wednesdays;
$560. Through August 20.
Communication Practice; intermediate/advanced level; Mondays.
Through August 18.
Interactions; intermediate/advanced level; Tuesdays. Through
Practice; beginning level; Tuesdays. Through August 19.
Improvement; intermediate/advanced level; Tuesdays. Through
Presentation; intermediate/advanced level; Wednesdays. Through
and Speaking with Confidence; intermediate/advanced level; Thursdays.
Through August 21.
Basics; beginning level; Thursdays. Through August 21.
Expansion; intermediate/advanced level; Thursdays. Through
and Education Programs
Penn staff: learn skills through American Management Association
(AMA) sponsored programs. Registration required. Call (215) 898-3400
Penn Perspective; academic and administrative leaders talk about
initiatives and challenges facing Penn, lunch provided; 9 a.m.-4:30
p.m.; Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall. Also June 5.
Communication; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Through June 11.
Broadcast: Leader as Teacher By Joel Tichy; 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Bag Matinee: Who Moved My Cheese; noon-1 p.m.
Covey's What Matters Most; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Bag Matinee: Job Survival Kit; noon-1 p.m.
Conflict Resolution; 9 a.m.-noon.
Covey's Project Management; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Registration: (214) 247-5777, ext. 125.
to Horticultural Therapy; learn various techniques the horticultural
therapists use, and how taking care of plants helps people of all
ages; 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; $42, $38/members.
Create Your Own Garden Railway; learn about G-scale trains,
how to build and install accessories and lighting and how to incorporate
landscaping to scale; 10 a.m.-noon; $24, $22/members.
courses at ISC labs; 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Registration
and PennCard required: (800) 288-8221.
XP Intermediate; $190.
Dreamweaver MX; $600.
Project 2000 Intro.; $448.
2000 Intro.; $190.
2000 Intro.; $357.
2000 Intro.; $190.
XP Intermediate; $190.
XP Intro.; $190.
Intro.; $ 600.
XP Advanced; $448.
2000 Intermediate; $190.
2002 Advanced; $448.
2000 Intermediate; $190.
2000 Advanced; $448.
XP Advanced; $190.
XP Intermediate; $190.
2000 Advanced; $190.
Board Meeting; noon-1 p.m.; rm. G-7, Irvine Auditorium.
General Assembly Meeting; noon-1 p.m.; rm. G-16, Irvine Auditorium.
Trustee Stated Meeting; 11:45-12:45 p.m.; Inn at Penn.
*Note: Change in time.
of the Curtis Organ Concert; Ken Cowan, organist; 8 p.m.;
Irvine Auditorium (VPUL).
in the Garden; 6:30 p.m.; admission: $8/adults; $6/seniors,
students w/ID; $3/children; free/members, under 3.
Steel Kings; drum ensemble, Caribbean music with calypso and
Ulansey Ensemble; jazz, swing, Latin and Cajun
Dreamscape; quartet incorporates jazz classics with original
music to create a blend of old, new and smooth sounds.
Gifts; international folk music from lively Irish jigs and down
home American reels to Balkan dance music and Scandinavian twin
Opera Society; group uses costumes, elaborate makeup, dance,
traditional music and more to retell famous stories from Chinese
history, legend and literature.
Touch of Brass; local musicians with a wide range of music including
jazz, folk, Dixieland and classical.
St. between Sansom and Walnut.
Jazz Ensemble; 5 p.m. Also July 10 & August 21.
Breslin Jazz Band; 5 p.m.
Tropical; Brazilian rhythms; 5 p.m. Also July 24.
Shift Jazz Band; 5 p.m. Also August 7.
blues and rock; 5 p.m. Also August 14.
Latin music; 5 p.m. Also August 28.
L & L Dance Productions Concert; 20th annual spring
concert; 4 p.m.; Irvine Auditorium (VPUL).
Esdaile-Banks; Minion: A Vampire Huntress Legend; noon;
2nd fl. events area, Penn Bookstore.
6/13 Moonlight & Roses; gala held amidst the Rose Garden followed by dinner
and dancing under the stars; 6 p.m.; Arboretum; reservations: Victoria
Sicks, (215) 247-5777, ext. 152 (Morris Arboretum).
Habits of Macrophages; Steven Greenberg, Columbia University;
2 p.m.; rm. 253, BRB II/III (PMI).
Drug Delivery: Mechanisms of Macrocolecule Transport Across Lung
Alveolar Epithelium; Kwang-Jin Kim, University of Southern
California; noon; 2nd fl. Conference Rm., Vagelos Research Labs
(Institute for Medicine and Engineering [IME]).
Heritage Lecture; moderators: William Frayer and Nicholas Volpe,
ophthalmology; 7:45 a.m.; lower level auditorium, Scheie Eye Institute
C. Hohenberg Memorial Lecture: Mesenchymal Stem Cells; Catherine
Verfaillie, University of Minnesota; 11 a.m.; Auditorium, BRB II/III
Spermatogenesis: A Model System for the Study of Stem Cell Biology;
Stephen DiNardo, Cell and Developmental Biology; noon; rm. 702,
CRB (Center for Molecular Studies in Digestive and Liver Disease).
Bioconjugates for Enhanced Anti-HIV Bioefficacy; Patrick Sinko,
Rutgers; noon; 2nd fl. Conference Rm., Vagelos Research Labs (IME).
Insulin, Diabetes, and the Transformation of Illness; Chris
Feudtner, CHOP; noon; ste. 320, 3401 Market St. (Center for Bioethics).
Follicle Development; Bruce Morgan, Massachusetts General Hospital;
11 a.m.; Auditorium, BRB II/III (Dermatology).
in Development and Disease; M. Celeste Simon, cell and developmental
biology; noon; rm. 702, CRB (Center for Molecular Studies in Digestive
and Liver Disease).
Science to Practice: HIV Prevention in Zambian Children; Sten
Vermund, University of Alabama; 12:30 p.m.; Auditorium, BRB II/III
Ubiquitin Ligase Receptor in the Regulation of Signal Transduction
Pathways; Serge Fuchs, Veterinary Medicine; noon; rm. 702, CRB
(Center for Molecular Studies in Digestive and Liver Disease).
Well That Ends Well? Studies Examining Patients Who Are Discharged
From Hospice; Jennifer Kapo, HUP; noon; ste. 320, 3401 Market
St. (Center for Bioethics).
again, Penn's campus will welcome hundreds of summer program
participants as annual Summer Programs get underway. Visitors of
all ages will participate in academic
as well as athletic programs, which are listed below.
programs may still accept applications. Call phone numbers listed
Bagnoli All-Star Football Camp*: 200 boys entering grades 7-12
improve basic skills and learn both offensive and defensive techniques;
Al Bagnoli, (215) 573-9229; July 27-31.
Star Lacrosse Camp*: 100 boys 10 yrs. old-high school
seniors; Bryan Voelker, (215) 898-6140; July 19-23.
Tennis Pavilion Junior Camp*: 450 students ages 6-16 participate
in tennis instruction and tournaments; Hal Mackin, (215) 898-4741;
June 9-August 4.
Rowing Camp*: sessions for 14-18 year-old high school students
includes water instruction, videotaping and ergometer training sessions;
Bruce Konopka, (215) 898-8445; June 28-July 1 and July
Volleyball Camps at Penn*: Orlin
Jespersen, (215) 898-4843.
Skills Camp: improve the fundamental skills as well as
overall technical and strategic knowledge of the game, for ages
10-18; August 2-5.
Potential Camp: designed to push experienced players to the
next level, for ages 15-18; August 7-10.
Field Hockey Elite Camp*: 80 9-12 year-olds will improve field
hockey game skills and strategy; Val Cloud, (215) 898-6038; June
15-19 & 22-26.
Wrestling Camps*: Roger Reina, (215) 898-5217.
Elite Camp: technique sessions and leadership development for
40 high school students; June 18-22.
Mini-Camp: 50 children for all levels and ages; June
Elite Lacrosse Camp*: for 16-18 year-old girls, intense sessions
with much coaching; Karin Brower, (215) 898-8278; July 7-10.
Junior Fencing Camp: for 14-17 year-old fencers with at least
one year of competitive fencing experience; David Micahnik, (215)
898-6116; July 13-19, July 20-26 and July 27-August 2.
Summer Gymnastics Camp*: weekly sessions for 30 children ages
5-12 include gymnastics instruction and other activities; Tom Kovic,
(215) 898-5316; June 16-August 1.
Smalley, (215) 898-6958.
Tennis Camp: ages 6-16 learn about different aspects of the
game while having fun; August 11-15, 18-22 & 25-29.
School Training Camp: prepares junior high and high school kids
for school tennis; August 16-17.
Clinics: sessions catered to the level of the group and
will review the basics of the stroke through shot selection; Beginners:
August 12, 19 & 26; Intermediate: August
13, 20 & 27; Advanced: August 14, 21 &
a recreational camp for children in grades 1-6 that emodies
the principles of play, sport, culture and diversity; Dept. of
Recreation, (215) 898-6100; June 23-August 1.
Basketball Camp*: instruction and competition for boys and girls
ages 7-18; Harris Adler, (215) 898-0423; June 16-20, June
23-27 and June 29-July 1.
Ambrose, (215) 898-2923.
instruction and competition for 5-6 year olds; June 16-20
and August 4-8.
instruction and competition for 7-13 year olds; June 17-20
and July 29-August 2.
National Education and Research Fund: 350 Philadelphia students
of grades 10-12 receive academic tutoring and college prep assistance;
Earl Vinson, (215) 854-1470; July 14-15, 21-22, 28-29;
Camp*: opportunity for 23-25 children ages 6-11 to develop Arabic
language skills and appreciate Arabic culture at Morris Arboretum;
Hazami Sayed, (267) 303-0070; July 7-25.
in the Making*: 40 children aged 8-12 will be immersed in a
different world culture each week at the Museum; Meera Patankar,
(215) 898-4015; June 30-August 22.
Education and Development (LEAD) Program: introduction to business
principles for 12th grade minority students; Christopher Maxwell,
(215) 898-7608; July 5-August 2.
in the Business World: classes, trips and activities for 30
high school seniors to learn about leadership in a business organization;
Anne Greenhalgh, (215) 898-6058; July 6-August
Mapping of Cognitive Brain Activity: 10 high school students
participate in hands-on research on brain's responses to problem-solving
tasks; Britton Chance, (215) 898-4342; June 23-August 1.
to Engineering for Latinos: 40 middle school students are introduced
to engineering; Jorge Santiago-Avilés, (215) 898-5167; July
Summer Arts Studio: intensive non-credit program for 80 11-12th
graders consisting of studios and related activities; Valerie Ross,
(215) 898-5407; June 28-July 26.
Summer Science Academy: 80 11-12th graders are taught by Penn
scientists consisting of lab and field projects, math workshops,
computer labs, seminars and site visits; Valerie Ross, (215) 898-5407;
June 28-July 26.
Summer Writing Academy: essential skills of college-level writing
for high-school students; Valerie Ross, (215) 898-5407; June
Program: 300 students in 11-12th grades from nine Philadelphia
high schools take beginning-level courses and live in the dorms;
Valerie Ross, (215) 898-5407; June 28-August 9.
of P Summer Academic Institute: 80 7th-graders from the Overbrook
Cluster participate in academic and enrichment activities; Kenneth
Perry, (215) 573-8031; June 23-July 19.
Bound Program: 50 students participate in a pre-college program
with strong academic focus; Judith Green, (215) 898-3185; June
for Africana Studies Summer Institute: 30-35 pre-freshmen are
introduced to major intellectual and cultural themes and currents
in 19th and 20th Century African-American experience; Tukufu Zuberi;
Orientation Program for the NROTC: 40 freshmen; Col. John Hulick;
August 25-September 1.
Summer Enrichment Program: 25 young women from the Kyoritsu
University study American culture and learn English; Danielle Klein;
July 31-August 21.
(Greater Phila. Region Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation)
Undergraduate Research: 10 undergrads work on cutting-edge'
research in various disciplines; Cora Ingrum; May 23-August 1.
McNair Scholars Summer Research Institute: 7 Penn undergrads
will conduct graduate-level research projects with Penn faculty
mentors; Malcolm Bonner; May 19-June 27.
Program for Public Service (PPPS) Summer Internship: immerses
20 undergraduates in real-world problem solving in the the West
Philly-Penn community; Deirdra Stockmann; May 28-August 15.
Pre-Freshman Program: 110 freshman preview intellectual &
social life at the University; Pamela Edwards; July 26-August
Annual Summer Workshop in Cognitive Science & Cognitive Neuroscience:
brings together 20 undergrads from around the world. This year the
focus is on vision and language; John Trueswell & Sharon Thompson-Schill;
Institute for Demographic Research: introduction to population
studies for 10 undergrads to improve the human resource base in
demography and to reinforce the ethnic diversity of that resource
base; Tukufu Zuberi; June 30-August 9.
Undergraduate Internship Program: 30 undergraduates work under
the supervision of a faculty mentor, attend research seminars; Susan
Ross; June 1-August 10.
Pre-Med Enrichment Program: prepares 10 under-represented minority
students for careers in academic medicine or other positions of
leadership in medicine; John Craig; May 19-July 25.
(Summer Undergraduate Fellowship in Sensor Technologies): research
opportunities in general area of sensor technologies for 12 sophomores
and juniors students in science and engineering; Jan Van der Spiegel;
May 27-August 1.
Planning Summer Institute: non-credit courses for 55 grad students
of Urban Design, Economics, Statistics and City & Regional Planning;
Eugenie Birch; August 1-29.
for Architects: ESL training for 10 grad students in architecture
at GSFA; Lisa Minetti; July 28-August 21.
for Legal Studies: ESL training for 30 LLM students at Penn
Law; Thomas Adams; July 11-24.
Program in English for Graduate Studies: prepares 30 Fulbright
Fellows for academic life at the graduate level in U.S. universities;
Susan Caesar; August 2-23.
Architecture Summer Institute: introduces 20-35 incoming GSFA
students to the fundamental elements of landscape architecture;
James Corner, (215) 898-6591; August 4-29.
Institute for International Business Students (SIIBS): prepares
25 speakers of English as a second language for the demands of graduate
business school; Bill Martin; June 30-July 25.
Preparatory Program: 40 non-credit courses for incoming Master
of Architecture students; Richard Wesley; June 30-August 15.
Minority Summer Conference: 200 grad students define academic
"self" in open, communal discussion; Beverlee Bruce;
and Culture: language study and sociocultural experiences for
nonnative speakers of English; Sheila Mayne; June 30-July 25
and July 29-August 22.
& Culture Program for Incheon City Officials: English language
study and cultural respectives for municipal officials of Incheon
City, Korea--a sister city of Philadelphia; Anne Budd; July
Study for Japanese Teachers of English: enhances participants'
knowledge of English and U.S. culture; Thomas Adams; June 16-August
Business Communication Program (IBCP): business English and
U.S. culture for working professionals; William Dantona, (215) 746-0279;
July 7-August 1.
Academy Program in English and U.S. Culture: adults from Nova
Language Academy in Japan learn English and acquire sociocultural
experiences; Jack Sullivan; July 21-August 4 and August
Training Program for International Teaching Assistants (ITA):
prepares prospective TAs for teaching assignments by increasing
their ability to become more intelligible speakers of English; Barbara
Willenborg; June 24-August 21.
Upward Bound: assists military veterans of Philadelphia region
to obtain a post-secondary education; Diane Sandefur; May 12-September
Payable: Open: Monday-Friday,
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed: July 4.
Annenberg Center Box Office: Open: Monday-Friday, 10
a.m.-6 p.m.; Closed: July 4.
Cashier's Office: Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
& Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Tuesday 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Closed: July 4.
Christian Association: Open: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-4
p.m.; Closed: June 23-27, July 4, July 7, and August 4-8.
Info.: (215) 746-6350.
Computer Connection: Open May 27-August 1: Monday-Friday,
8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon-5 p.m.; Closed:
June 28-29 for inventory, and July 4. Regular hours resume
August 2. Info: www.business-services.upenn.edu/computerstore.
Class of 1923 Ice Rink: Closed for the summer.
Faculty Club Open: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Buffet
only: 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Hillel: Open: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed: July
4. Info.: (215) 898-7391 or
www.dolphin.upenn.edu/~hillel/. Scheduled to
move to Steinhardt Hall, 215 S. 39th St. this summer.
Housing & Conferences Services: Open all summer:
Harnwell House (HRE), Sansom Place East and Sansom Place
West. The Quadrangle will open June 21. All other residences
closed. Info.: (215) 898-3547.
Houston Hall: Open: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-8 p.m. On
occasion, building will be open to accommodate events running
past 8 p.m. and on the weekends. Info.: (215) 898-4636.
Hutchinson Gym & Ringe Squash Courts: Open: Monday-Friday,
7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon-6 p.m. Info.: www.upenn.edu/recreation/.
Hutchinson Pool: Open: Monday-Friday, 7-9 a.m., 11 a.m.-1
p.m., 4-6 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. Info.:
Institute of Contemporary Art: Open: Wednesday- Friday,
noon-8 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Closed: July
Kelly Writers House: No summer classes. Open Monday-Friday
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Info.: call (215) 573-9748 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Levy Tennis Pavilion: Open: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-9
p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed: Saturdays and Sundays,
July-August. Times subject to change. Info.: (215) 898-4741.
L.U.C.Y. (Loop through University City): Runs: Monday-Friday,
6:10 a.m.-7 p.m. No service: weekends and July 4. Info.:
Morris Arboretum: Open: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday
and Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Newman Center: Open: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Closed: Fridays, July 4 & September 1. Center open for
noontime mass Mondays-Fridays. Info.: www.newman.upenn.edu.
Penn Bookstore: Open: May 27-August 3, Monday-Friday,
9 a.m.-9:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m.; Sunday, 11
a.m.-6 p.m.; July 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Resumes regular hours
on August 4.
PennCard Center: Open: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sheerr Pool: Open: Monday-Friday, 6-9 a.m., 11 a.m.-1
p.m., 4-7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon-6 p.m. Info.:
Student Financial Services: Open: Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m.; Tuesdays, 10 a.m.-4:45
p.m. Info.: www.upenn.edu/sfs/.
Health Service: Open: July 1-August 25: Monday-Friday,
9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; Closed: Sundays
& July 4. Normal hours resume August 26. Info.: www.upenn.edu/sfs/.
Runs: Escort Van, Monday-Sunday, 6 p.m.-3 a.m.;PennBus
West, Monday-Friday, 4:50 p.m.-midnight (express 4:50
p.m., regular runs 5:15 p.m.-midnight, every half hours
after 6 p.m.); PennBus East, Monday-Friday, 5 p.m.-midnight,
every 20 minutes after 5:40 p.m.; shopping shuttle discontinued.
Museum: Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Closed:
July 4 and Sundays through September 1.
Reserve: Open: May 20-August 9, Monday-Thursday, 8:30
a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-6
p.m.; Sunday, noon-6 p.m.; August 10-September 3, Monday-Thursday,
8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 10
a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday-closed. Closed: July 4 & September
1. Info.: http://events.library.upenn.edu/cgi-bin/calendar.cgi.
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