Penn Undergrad Researches 1922 Cushendall Murders and Conspiracy in Northern Ireland

Anna Garson, a junior history and English major from Ardmore, Pa., has unearthed a murder mystery, a government cover-up, and silenced justice in a town about an hour north of Belfast.

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Boss Make Your Blood Boil? Here Are Six Ways to Prevent Anger From Ruining Your Career October 5, 2015 | Washington Post

Sigal Barsade of the Wharton School suggests that “anger is not all bad.”

HBCUs’ Role in the Social Justice Movement October 5, 2015 | HBCU Lifestyle

Marybeth Gasman of the Graduate School of Education co-writes an article about the role of historically black colleges and universities in the social justice movement.

Google May Face New Antitrust Inquiry Into Android September 25, 2015 | USA Today

Christopher Yoo of the Law School is quoted about Google, antitrust scrutiny and the Federal Trade Commission.

A Multigenerational Hit: Student Debt Traps Parents and Kids October 5, 2015 | Associated Press

Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School is cited for his research on student debt.

The Panthers’ Revolutionary Feminism October 2, 2015 | New York Times

Salamishah Tillet of the School of Arts & Sciences pens an op-ed concentrated on the Black Panther Party and feminism.

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