Penn State Lehigh Valley student Travis Williamson wrote an op-ed about his personal experience as an African American young man.
Penn State's Sascha Meinrath weights on questions about safety, cybersecurity, and privacy in the coming fleets of autonomous vehicles in this article.
Penn State's Director of the Center for Solutions to Weather and Climate Risk, David Titley, writes about climate change as a threat to national security.
Margaret Christian, associate professor of English at Penn State Lehigh Valley, wrote an opinion piece for the Morning Call about Mid-Tudor sermons and their relevance.
Associate Professor of Political Science at Penn State Behrend, Robert Speel, discusses some of the famous moments from historic presidential debates.
Penn State microbiologists Sarah Ades and Kenneth Keiler who study a range of chemicals and microbes, explain why we don’t we need to kill all the bacteria.
Jennifer Parker, Ph.D, associate professor of sociology, commented on Donald Trump's immigration plan in an opinion-editorial that ran in the Morning Call.
Sophia McClennen, professor of international affairs and comparative literature, debunks some myths that could ruin the start of the school year.
A new study shows that depression following childbirth can begin at different times and follow multiple distinct trajectories.
In a study of children with mild, persistent asthma, scientists found that acetaminophen was tolerated without the worsening of asthma, when compared with ibuprofen use.