Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on the evolution of inflammatory racial slurs.
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Ali Dinar of the School of Arts and Science is credited for helping students become activists in Africa.
Dean Richardson of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses cast replacement for Barbaro.
Joseph Volpicelli and Charles O'Brien of the School of Medicine discuss a new injection designed to treat alcoholism.
Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences says African-American fathers can face additional challenges in fatherhood.
Lawrence Sherman of the School of Arts and Sciences says domestic homicide outweighs the war-on-terror casualties.
Dean Richardson of the School of Veterinary Medicine says Barbaro is healing as planned.
Jack Guttentag of Penn’s Wharton School authors an advice column on mortgages.
Patricia Rose of Career Services discusses how students' personal online publishing can adversely affect employment prospects.
Penn’s New Bolton Center is visited by the governor of Pennsylvania who announces a $13.5 million grant for expansion of the facilities.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication says many times the public supports the troops but not the war.
Julie Rosenthal, a May graduate of the School of Medicine, discusses her time as a medical student.
Penn’s New Bolton Center receives a $13.5 million donation from Governor Rendell.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School says the same-sex marriage debate was not a deciding factor in the 2004 elections.
Ram Cnaan of the School of Social Policy and Practice is cited for his research concerning Catholic Latinos’ church attendance.
President Amy Gutmann will to serve as a 2016 Summer Olympics group co-chair.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine says multiple donor listing is unfair to both the recipient and the donor.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School comments on the debate surrounding same-sex marriage.
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions recommends that college applicants be meaningfully productive but not frenzied.
Richard Cooper of the School of Medicine comments on the fallout surrounding America’s physician shortage.