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Hong Kong handover, 25 years later

Hong Kong marks 25 years under Chinese control on July 1. Jacques deLisle, director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, discusses where Hong Kong stands now and what the future might hold.

Kristen de Groot

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Racial inequities in vaccination are emerging again, this time among Philly’s elementary-age kids

Cheryl Garfield of the Perelman School of Medicine says that conspiracy theories that are put out via social media are the main stream of misinformation about and fear of vaccines.


“The Conversation”

Buying into conspiracy theories can be exciting—that’s what makes them dangerous

Donovan Schaefer of the School of Arts & Sciences writes that confronting conspiracy theories requires understanding the feelings that make them so appealing.


Pennsylvania Capital Star

Ireland is more progressive than America about abortion

Dick Polman of the School of Arts & Sciences writes that, compared to the U.S., deeply Catholic Ireland in 2022 is a land of secular enlightenment.


WHYY (Philadelphia)

Some Philadelphia parents scramble to find COVID-19 vaccine appointments for their young kids

Alison Buttenheim of the School of Nursing understands the frustration of parents still waiting to find a vaccine appointment.


U.S. News

In light of EPA Court ruling, new focus on states’ power

Cary Coglianese of Penn Carey Law notes that climate change is a global problem and mixed state efforts aren’t going to be enough to make real progress.


Taipei Times

U.S. firms grapple with soaring dollar

Nikolai Roussanov of the Wharton School notes that once the exchange rate has strengthened there is limited room to maneuver.


Seattle Times

How many homeless people are in King County? Depends who you ask

Dennis Culhane of the School of Social Policy & Practice is quoted on alternative approaches to homelessness.


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PA Senate race between Fetterman and Oz may break advertising spending records

Andrew Arenge of the School of Arts & Sciences is quoted on the social media advertising spending differences in the Pennsylvania Senate race.


Women’s Health

Everything you know about self-care isn’t wrong … But it’s not quite right

Barbara Riegel of the School of Nursing says that self-care is about taking control of your body and taking control of what’s going on with you.


Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia was at the heart of a mental health revolution in the 19th century. A Library Company exhibit tells that story

Max Cavitch of the School of Arts & Sciences comments on the poetry of Richard Nisbett as one of the first examples of art from within an asylum.