Stories from around the Web that we're reading this morning. Something for everyone.
Member of Penn State's Kappa Delta Rho defends fraternity. A member of the Penn State fraternity, the same frat that allegedly posted photographs of nude, unconscious women to Facebook, told Philly mag: "It wasn't malicious whatsoever."
Egyptomania!: An interview with Penn Museum's Dr. Josef Wegner on mummies, excavation, and why the Egyptians adored cats. Wegner tells Geekadelphia that Egyptians liked cats so much because felines "embodied the extremes of nurturing, affection but also ferocity." Egyptian Cat Ladies must have been horrifying.
A look at Temple University's demolition history. As the Owls prepare to level William Penn High School on North Broad Street, Hidden City Philadelphia looked back at other notable buildings that fell victim to the university's wrecking ball.
Philadelphia Brewing Co. and biotech company search for perfect taste. So, the Philadelphia Business Journal wrote about a brewery and biotech company working together in Kensington to develop a new taste-testing technology. Thirsty yet?
Mesmerizing 3-D printer forms objects out of ooze - and fast. Wired's headline says it all. Enjoy.
- Tommy Rowan