Cap 110 memorial in Martinique
Posted February 19th, 2020
Suaudeau writes about his family's Jewish identity and the very different ways the French memorialize the crimes of the Holocaust and the crimes tied to slavery and the country's colonial past.
Gabrielle Farrell
Posted February 3rd, 2020
Farrell gives an hour-by-hour breakdown of five days on the campaign trail and her work coordinating news briefings and media access.
Associate Professor of Biology Thomas Mozdzer
Posted January 7th, 2020
A recent article by E&E News looks at the evolving opinions scientists and conservationists have of the evasive phragmites reed that came to the U.S. from Europe some 200 years ago.
Posted December 17th, 2019
News of her appointment was covered by both The Philadelphia Inquirer and the city's NPR affiliate, WHYY.
Michelle Francl
Posted September 24th, 2019
The Washington Post turns to Professor of Chemistry Michelle Francl to explain how the aerosol can became a small explosive device.
Posted September 5th, 2019
Shapiro discussed children's vulnerability to anxiety, ability to cope, and the effects of news coverage of shootings.
Posted July 2nd, 2019
The facilities were originally intended to detain adults for short periods of time but are now being used to house children for as long as two to three weeks.
Seung-Youn Oh on the BBC
Posted June 28th, 2019
Oh specializes in international relations and comparative politics in East Asia.
Posted May 24th, 2019
A new report from the National Women’s Law Center, written with Latina middle and high school students in Philadelphia, found that over half of the Latinas surveyed felt persistently sad and hopeless.