Colleges Against Cancer
A conversation with Penn’s Chief Wellness Officer about the public health implications of the plan to bring some students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the fall semester.
Book recommendations from Penn personalities to carry you through your summer.
Ken Lum and Paul Farber of the Weitzman School of Design remark on how the public might perceive public spaces and art differently in the time of COVID-19 and protests.
Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China Jacques deLisle weighs in on the ongoing tensions between Hong Kong and mainland China.
Aarogya, a social-enterprise nonprofit created by three President’s Engagement Prize winners and graduating seniors, will bring affordable medicines to low-income people living in India.
In a Q&A with Assistant Professor of Medicine Katharine Bar, an explanation on how the ban of blood donations on men who have sex with men came to be, why it persists, and what it should be changed to.
Like many areas of medicine, COVID-19 has uprooted the routine of mental health treatment. Telehealth is filling in the gaps—and may be a preview of what standard care looks like in the future.