Improving the Quality and Relevance of Presidential Debates
In a 48-page report released in advance of the 2016 election season, an Annenberg Public Policy Center working group has laid out a series of suggestions to improve presidential debates.
Penn Vet’s Best Friends Bash brings awareness to craniofacial differences
It wasn’t long ago that Maria Soltero-Rivera learned an important lesson: “Different is good.”
Faith leaders team up for triathlon to support mental health
On Sunday, June 28, Chaz Howard will kick off the triathlon with a 1,500-meter (slightly less than a mile) swim. Josh Bolton will keep spirits high with a 24.8-mile bike ride.
Penn team blitzes nature reserve for data on living species
With only one semester of graduate school at Penn under her belt, Heather Kostick is about to complete her first phase of research for her capstone project.
To understand gun violence, examine gun-injury rates
Gun violence in PG-13 movies has substantially increased in the past 30 years. The rise in gun use in movies is especially strong since 2000, and this parallels a rise in gun injuries seen in emergency departments in the United States. There has also been a rise in mass shootings over the past 10 years.