Jeremy Siegel of Penn’s Wharton School says diversifying your portfolio is key to long-term success.
Penn in the News
New York Times — August 28, 2005
Los Angeles Times — August 28, 2005
Witold Rybczynski of the School of Design and Penn's Wharton School and Dennis DeTurck of the School of Arts and Sciences discuss the introductory speeches they will make to their freshmen.
Associated Press — August 28, 2005
President Amy Gutmann is spotlighted as she discusses her vision for the University.
Associated Press — August 27, 2005
Geoffrey Hazard of the Law School comments on a Fort Lauderdale judge’s ruling that many have deemed excessive.
Knight Ridder News Service — August 26, 2005
Bill Cody of Penn’s Wharton School says denim’s consistent sales will eventually wane.
Chicago Tribune — August 25, 2005
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine writes about obesity in the NFL.
Religion News Service — August 25, 2005
Joseph Lowry of the School of Arts and Sciences says colonialism "disrupted" Islamic law.
San Diego Union-Tribune — August 24, 2005
Anita Allen of the Law School comments on the ethical dilemma of pharmacists refusing to fill prescriptions that conflict with their conscience.
HealthDay News — August 24, 2005
Drew Weissman of the School of Medicine discusses his teams’ research on RNA and how it affects the immune system.
Wall Street Journal — August 24, 2005
Bill Cody of Penn’s Wharton School suggests many retailers’ market old sale campaigns with new names.
Boston Globe — August 23, 2005
Kathy Peiss of the School of Arts and Sciences says celebrity endorsements have changed the face of marketing.
Newsweek — August 23, 2005
Dean Lee Stetson of Admissions fields questions about Penn from around the globe in an hour-long interactive chat.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — August 23, 2005
Sheldon Zink of the School of Medicine discusses the privatization of campaigning for donor organs.
USA Today — August 22, 2005
Peter Cappelli of Penn’s Wharton School comments on the union politics behind a recent airline strike.
Boston Globe — August 21, 2005
Catherine Struve of the Law School discusses alternate routes for determining malpractice damages.
New York Times — August 20, 2005
Garret Fitzgerald of the School of Medicine says new filters might be needed to protect pharmaceutical companies and their patients from bad reactions to drugs.
Baltimore Sun — August 19, 2005
Daniel Sterman of the School of Medicine relays doubts about the priority of lung cancer research.
USA Today — August 19, 2005
Brooks Jackson of Penn's Annenberg School for Communication comments on the motives behind many partisan political attacks.
Philadelphia Inquirer — August 19, 2005
Sue Smith of College Houses and Academic Services discusses the newfound popularity of dorm decorating.
Associated Press — August 18, 2005
Joseph Bavaria and Jeffrey Carpenter of the School of Medicine say new technology offers better options in cardiac surgery.