Global Voyager Exhibition
11:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.
The data analytics expert answers questions about Frances Haugen’s testimony and tech regulation, and why apps are so addictive.
Economist Dirk Krueger shares his thoughts on current proposals to tax the very wealthy and on what needs to be considered in the discussion.
Historian Mary Frances Berry and Perry World House Visiting Fellow Alice Hunt Friend share thoughts on Powell’s impact on and off the battlefield.
Deborah Thomas, who runs Penn’s Center for Experimental Ethnography, and Christopher Woods, director of the Penn Museum, discuss a conference on decolonization that starts today.
Jacques deLisle, the director of The Center for the Study of Contemporary China, shares his thoughts China’s increasing military pressure and what’s next
In a Q&A with Xiye Bastida, the second year describes how she’s bringing climate activism to her college experience, how her Indigenous background influences her path, and why storytelling and protecting Earth go hand in hand.
Wharton finance professor, Itay Goldstein, talks to Penn Today on inflation report, and supply and demand.
In a Q&A, Joseph Westphal, a senior global fellow at the Lauder Institute and former ambassador to Saudi Arabia, talks about post-9/11 Saudi Arabia.
Penn Law’s Serena Mayeri on what the law means and what’s next for Texas and the nation.
Largely characterized as a Gen Z phenomenon, TikTok is a video-sharing app with more than 100 million active users in the U.S. alone—and it’s changing the way that we speak, says sociolinguist Nicole Holliday.