Penn in the News

Washington Post — August 14, 2008
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says many times organ-transplant procedures can be controversial.
Wall Street Journal — August 14, 2008
Lawrence Brown of the Wharton School discusses the veracity of a medical-statistics study.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 14, 2008
Mike Yuan, a student in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is among those who have created a Web site that ranks food trucks.
New York Times — August 14, 2008
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication explains why Barack Obama is not stressing his Hawaiian roots.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 13, 2008
Geoffrey Gee of International Programs discusses the state of study abroad.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 13, 2008
Chantal Remé of the School of Veterinary Medicine is featured for her participation in triathlons.
Seattle Times — August 13, 2008
Adolph Reed of the School of Arts and Sciences is quoted about Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy.
Washington Post — August 13, 2008
Ken Thomas of the Wharton School discusses bank failures.
KYW Radio — August 12, 2008
Rudy Sil of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the Russia-Georgia conflict.
Smart Business — August 10, 2008
President Amy Gutmann is profiled.
Washington Post — August 9, 2008
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors an op-ed discussing the financial options for mortgage borrowers.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 8, 2008
Dean Richard Gelles and Debra Schilling Wolfe of the School of Social Policy and Practice co-author an op-ed on ways to improve the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.
Wall Street Journal — August 8, 2008
Jacques deLisle of the Law School comments on China’s desired image for the 2008 Beijing Games.
New York Times — August 8, 2008
Stephanos Bibas of the Law School discusses an illegal-immigrants case.
New York Times — August 8, 2008
FactCheck.org of the Annenberg Public Policy Center analyzes tax policies of the presidential candidates.
Philadelphia Daily News — August 7, 2008
David Thornburgh is named executive director of the Fels Institute of Government.
BBC News — August 7, 2008
Shu Yang of the School of Engineering and Applied Science is cited for his invention of a crystalline substance used to gauge the intensity of explosions.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 7, 2008
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine authors a column on societal tolerance of mental illness.
Wall Street Journal — August 6, 2008
Jacques DeLisle of the Law School is cited for his essay collection "Owning the Olympics.”
WHYY Radio (Philadelphia) — August 6, 2008
Jacques DeLisle of the Law School discusses China’s hosting of the Olympics and Victor Mair of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on Chinese historical literature.