Penn professors mull President Trump’s effect on political communications
Nearly two years after the election of President Donald Trump, Annenberg professors dissect the state of political communications—what’s changed, what was bound to change anyway, and the current outlook.
Penn filmmakers capture less-told stories of climate change
As part of two CURF grants, students Kyle Rosenbluth and Daniel Fradin traveled to the Arctic to explore a Canadian Inuit community for a documentary—and came back with ample story to tell.
Exhibit catalog to peer inside fantastical mind of Penn artist
“Out, Out, Phosphene Candle” is one of The Sach’s Program for Arts Innovation 23 projects that received funding this spring. A collaboration between Paul Swenback, the building manager for the Institute of Contemporary Art, and Joy Feasley, the fantastical exhibit blends art, nature, and the occult at a gallery in Wisconsin, and in a forthcoming book on the exhibit.
New International House director re-emphasizes organization’s ‘core values’
Josh Sevin, who took over as president and CEO of International House Philadelphia in May, discusses plans for the nonprofit’s future.
With Pride Month in full swing, a look forward and back at Penn’s LGBT Center
For 35 years, the LGBT Center has been a trailblazer in academia and a resource for students, staff and their families, and helps the University navigate issues around health benefits, pronouns, and even restrooms.
Fine arts professor marries art and science on the Schuylkill River banks
Fine Arts lecturer Deirdre Murphy answered a call for artists for Penn's Ecotopian Toolkit project with a piece based on the migratory patterns of birds on the Schuylkill River, right in her backyard.
Gamers should expect a subdued E3 this year, says Wharton professor
Fewer new launches from big-league game publishers are expected at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo, but the business of gaming will continue to grow and evolve online and with smaller games and upgrades.
How to avoid food poisoning from E. coli and salmonella
There are numerous ways for your food to be contaminated with bacteria, and also numerous ways to avoid getting sick. Understanding the science behind what lies inside or on your food is key to staying safe and enjoying your meals.