Chemistry's Michelle Francl
Posted September 1st, 2017
"Peroxides are basically tiny little molecular canisters of oxygen. They’re designed to break apart and be highly reactive. It’s like having a whole bunch of fragile glass molecules."
Baltimore Sun
Posted August 1st, 2017
Assistant Professor of Biology Tom Mozdzer's research was highlighted in the Baltimore Sun recently. Every summer Mozdzer sends students to the Global Change Research Wetland.
NY Times logo
Posted August 1st, 2017
Bernstein '91, a cultural historian at Harvard, has written a piece for The New York Times that looks at racism and the idea of childhood innocence.
Professor Kate Thomas
Posted July 17th, 2017
Thomas, who teaches the course "Eating Empire: Food, Diaspora and Victorian Britain," spoke to the Philadelphia Inquirer about the Reading Terminal Market's "Walt Whitmanesque quality."
Japanese Breakfast
Posted July 17th, 2017
NPR asked Michelle Zauner ’11 of Japanese Breakfast to give them a track by track walkthrough of the band's latest album.
Augusta McMahon '83
Posted July 14th, 2017
Gulf News profiles Augusta McMahon '83, who led an excavation at the site of the ancient Syrian city of Tell Brak. A mass grave and analysis of the remains point to a possible long-ago civil war.
Posted June 12th, 2017
Professor of Psychology Leslie Rescorla on issues facing working dads.
Posted December 8th, 2016
Dijana Sarzinski '05 is among the scientists highlighted in The Guardian who is working to identify the bodies of those killed in Bosnia in the early 1990s.