Harbir Singh of the Wharton School says Aramark’s second move to privatization is part of a growing trend.
Penn in the News
Dennis Culhane of the School of Social Policy and Practice says subsidized homes are cheaper than shelters when housing the homeless.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses a medical ethics case involving forensics.
Dean Richardson of the School of Veterinary Medicine discusses Barbaro's road to recovery.
Michael Eric Dyson of the School of Arts and Sciences comments on Allen Iverson’s trade.
Dean Richardson of the School of Veterinary Medicine comment on Barbaro’s possible move from the hospital.
Carol Wilson Spigner of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses the Department of Human Services review panel she co-chairs.
Larry Hrebiniak of the Wharton School comments on Aramark’s decision to go private.
Lawrence Rome of the School of Arts and Sciences unveils his new backpack pulley system.
Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School discusses mortgage insurance clauses.
President Amy Gutmann discusses the Penn art collection.
Nicholas DiNubile of the School of Medicine says one may become vulnerable to “boomeritis” by age 40 without the proper amount of exercise.
Harris Steinberg of the School of Design and Harris Sokoloff of the Graduate School of Education discuss Penn's waterfront expansion plans.
Penn’s plans to move eastward are highlighted.
David Sarwer of the School of Medicine says the media’s depiction of the ideal woman can seriously affect female self-image.
Beth Soldo of the School of Arts and Sciences says the baby boomer generation might be in slightly worse health than their older counterparts.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses “527” political interest groups.
Matthew Blaze of the School of Engineering and Applied Science discusses an attempt to reveal aviation security flaws.
Susan Ellenberg of the School of Medicine discusses a statistical study that found a drop in breast cancer.
Richard Berk of the School of Arts and Sciences says it is difficult to pinpoint any one reason for increased homicides.