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The Washington Post

A New U.S. Policy Makes It (Somewhat) Easier to Export Drones

Michael Horowitz of the School of Arts and Sciences and Perry World House and Joshua Schwartz, a doctoral candidate in Arts and Sciences, analyzed the administration’s policy changes around drone exports.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Starbucks is Planning Racial Bias Training. Here's What a Penn Professor Says It Should Involve

Howard Stevenson of the Graduate School of Education offered recommendations for effective training around unconscious bias and coping with racially charged situations.

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Fortune

The World's 50 Greatest Leaders

President Amy Gutmann was featured on Fortune’s list of global leaders who have taken on the challenge of unbundling, splitting or delegating an organizations’ functions for improved effectiveness and increased value. She was also cited for, among other things, being a first-generation college-goer who has made it possible for many others to achieve the same goal.

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NBC News

What Is NATO? And What Do Trump and Russia Think About It?

Rebecca Lissner of Perry World House provided historical context for NATO’s continued value. In response to criticism of the alliance, Lissner proposed modernization over dissolution.

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NJ.com

Penn Relays: N.J.'s 47 greatest performances of all time

For the past 123 years, track and field athletes from New Jersey compete in Penn Relays, "the longest-running relay carnival in the world." Here is a look at the most notable performances by New Jersey athletes from years past. 

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11 Panic Attack Symptoms You Might Not Expect

The School of Arts and Sciences’ Dianne Chambless explained the psychology behind panic attacks, the symptoms of which may not resemble those seen in popular media.

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The New York Times

Married People Less Likely to Die From Melanoma

The Perelman School of Medicine’s Giorgos C. Karakousis proposed that dermatologists might compensate for the disparity in skin cancer mortality rates by “suggesting more frequent visits for single people.”

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Philadelphia Inquirer

WXPN's 'Kids Corner' Celebrates 30 Years of Creating a Radio Oasis For Philly's Children

World Café Live will be hosting an anniversary concert for Kids Corner this weekend, in celebration of three decades committed to amplifying young voices.

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PhillyVoice

Thousands to watch track & field stars compete at 124th Penn Relays

Top athletes from across the globe are heading to Franklin Field for the world's largest track and field event, from April 26-28.  

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Philadelphia Inquirer

For This Penn Class That Studies Beyoncé, Beychella Was Like an Epic Final Exam

Salamishah Tillet of the School of Arts and Sciences discussed her seminar “Family Feuds: Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Solange and the Meaning of American Music” and analyzed the viral Coachella performance’s commentary on Black womanhood.

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