Brandon Baker covers subject areas across Penn including the Penn Language Center, The Sachs Arts Program, Annenberg Center, ICA, WXPN, Lauder Institute, and Morris Arboretum.
Why the semiconductor shortage won’t end soon
Morris A. Cohen of the Wharton School explains the current shortage of semiconductor parts and how that affects everything from automobiles to PlayStations.
Increasing access to life-saving, unused medicines in India
Aarogya, a social-enterprise organization, is led by three President’s Engagement Prize winners. Since receiving the award, they’ve started delivering otherwise-unused medicines that save lives and money.
Logistics of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Penn experts demystify the process of shipping a vaccine and, ultimately, getting it into arms.
The Rotunda shows resilience during pandemic
How The Rotunda at Penn, a long-running arts and culture hub for the West Philadelphia community, has adapted its programming during the pandemic.
Sachs-funded web series helps first-gen Latinx students tell their stories
A Ph.D. student in the Graduate School of Education is helping first-gen Latinx college students tell their stories in their own words.
‘Kanaval’ documentary celebrates musical link between Haiti and New Orleans
WXPN debuts its latest radio documentary, exploring the historical and cultural connections between Haiti and New Orleans.
The state of U.S. democracy
On the eve of a presidential inauguration following a historic election and its aftermath, experts from across the University weigh in on where we stand as a country.
Brandon Baker, Michele W. Berger, Kristen de Groot, Kristina García, Dee Patel, Louisa Shepard ・
In Steve Fluharty, a steward of the arts and sciences
A look at the career—so far—of School of Arts & Sciences Dean Steve Fluharty, now in his second term as dean and his sixth decade at Penn.
Penn scholars record lectures for AP students
Lecturers and staff contributed video lectures that aid AP students in their ongoing studies during the pandemic.
An analysis of President-elect Biden’s tax proposals
The Penn Wharton Budget Model takes a post-election look at the platform of President-elect Joe Biden and forecasts its potential effects on the economy.