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Penn News Today
News from the University of Pennsylvania for Monday, August 8, 2016
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Mustazza, Chris

Windfall

While conducting research for his Ph.D. dissertation in Arts & Sciences, Chris Mustazza discovered unreleased recordings of 20th century poets, including Robert Frost.

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Nichols, Philip

Uncertainties

On Knowledge@Wharton radio, Philip Nichols reviewed the presidential candidates’ trade policies, cautioning that removal of certain deals could be problematic. (Audio)

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Doolittle, Caitlin

Looking Back

Cailtin Doolittle, a rising junior from Philadelphia and third-generation Penn student, brings the past to life for young learners as an intern at the History Museum.

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Khan, Nayab

Lasting Impact

Inspired by the 2014 Penn Reading Project topic, rising junior Nayab Khan from New York City is pursuing a medical career. This year, the movie “Citizen Kane” is the subject.

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Chacon, Alexi

Shock Value

While interning in India this summer, rising sophomore Alexi Chacon of Los Angeles blogged about being struck by the progressive smoking-awareness laws on tobacco products.

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Meisel, Zachary and Hubbard, Rebecca

Better Care

Medicine's Zachary Meisel and Rebecca Hubbard are embarking on studies, one addressing opioid addiction and the other harnessing data in electronic health records.

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