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Small Dorm Rooms, Big Startup Funds

December 21, 2015
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First Round Capital’s Josh Kopelman launched the Dorm Room Fund to keep undergraduate entrepreneurs focused on two prizes—earning their diplomas and launching their companies.

More than Shelter Alone

March 20, 2015
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From imagining Hudson Yards, transforming a General Motors plant, to partnering with professional athletes and Hollywood’s A-list celebrities, five alumni with distinguished careers in real estate development are pouring their hearts into social impact projects to help build and improve communities.

Ain’t No Stopping Us Now

June 21, 2014
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Retirement? Forget about it. Some Wharton graduates keep on reinventing themselves.

Getting to the Root of Family Trees

March 20, 2014
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The Huntsman, Lauder, Moelis and Turner families have deep roots in corporate America and on the Penn campus.

Sitka: A tradition-rich village lies at the doorstep of a vast Alaskan wilderness

May 1, 2006
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As I kayak into the mouth of the Indian River, just off the Pacific Coast village of Sitka, Alaska (pop. 8,900), I gaze up at a sight almost surreal: along a forested trail hugging the coastline, totem poles up to 50 feet tall—the work of Tlingit and Haida artisans—rise out of the mist.

New Mexico Panorama

January 1, 2006
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Perched on the precipice of a finger mesa in Los Alamos, a residence designed by Santa Fe-based Archaeo Architects offers unrivaled 270-degree views of the northern New Mexico landscape.

Santa Fe Intervention

September 1, 2005
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The Lannan campus, with its historic facades and modern interiors, mirrors the foundation’s philanthropic mission to support long-standing expressions of creativity, such as art and literature, in their most contemporary forms.

The Other Las Vegas

November 1, 2004
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With nearly nine hundred buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Las Vegas, New Mexico, is an architectural time capsule.

Santa Fe Spanish Market

July 1, 2004
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Every July on a certain Sunday, the archbishop of Santa Fe, New Mexico, tours the Plaza after Mass to douse artists and their creations with holy water while waving incense. It’s not the summer heat that necessitates the blessings, but Spanish Market—the oldest and largest showcase of devotional art in the United States.

A Southwest Legacy

May 1, 2004
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With its carved surfaces, stained coloration and designs rooted in the Spanish Colonial tradition, Works Progress Administration (WPA) furniture is among the most visible vestiges of the New Deal in New Mexico.