Trying to sort out your baby mama drama? A certain Penn alum and talk show legend might be able to help. That’s right, Maury Povich, longtime host of Maury, is a 1962 College graduate.
As a journalism devotee and lifetime Quaker, Maury donated $1 million to the Kelly Writers House back in 2011 to start the Povich Fund for Journalism Programs.
In addition to administering countless paternity tests and helping mothers get their rebellious teens under control (since 1991!) Maury founded a newspaper, the Flathead Beacon, serving his region of Montana.
You’ll be happy to know that this Penn grad is getting plenty of use out of his Penn degree. And even happier to know that you are not the father.
Although we’ve got a pretty good feeling that this “crest”-fallen art has something to do with the SPEC Fall Concert artist announcement, we haven’t completely ruled out the possibility that these may in fact be the vengeful chalkings of a scorned lover. Find out if you’re the father this Thursday, September 20th.
Gone are the days of getting dragged on to Maury by your second cousin’s fiancé just to prove that YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER. Stop by the Radian CVS to settle those pesky paternity questions today!*
*Additional $129 laboratory fee required.
Yep, Maury Povich is donating $1 million to the Kelly Writers House to establish the Povich Fund for Journalism Programs. And there’s nothing you $%!@&s can do to change his mind!
As one of our favorite alums, Maury (C’62) is all about serious journalism at his alma mater, and he and his wife Connie Chung visited previously for a writer-in-residence program in 2006. This time, the Huffington Post reports that he’s shelling out the big bucks to fund seminars, workshops and other events at the Writers House. It’s cool, ’cause he got it like that.