News & Views

News and Views
8:34 pm
Mon July 12, 2010

'The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection at PAFA and the Delaware Art Museum

News and Views
10:56 am
Mon June 28, 2010

'LATE RENOIR' Explored at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Girl in a Red Ruff, 1896
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French
Oil on canvas
Bequest of Charlotte Dorrance Wright, 1978

Philadelphia, PA – Late 19th-century French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir worked until his death in 1919. WRTI's Susan Lewis explores LATE RENOIR, an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which makes the case that artworks created by Renoir during the final decades of his career were among his finest, and a model for future generations.

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News and Views
12:08 pm
Mon June 21, 2010

West Philadelphia High School Students Compete with World's Best Engineers to Create Cars that Deliver 100-MPG Fuel Efficiency

West Philadelphia High School Students Compete with World's Best Engineers to Create Cars that Deliver 100-MPG Fuel Efficiency

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News and Views
3:45 pm
Tue June 15, 2010

The 125-Year Story of Temple University: A New Book Documents the School's Achievements in Philadelphia and Around the World

The 125-Year Story of Temple University: A New Book Documents the School's Achievements in Philadelphia and Around the World

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News and Views
10:07 am
Mon June 7, 2010

Art In The Open: A New 'Plein Air' Festival on the Banks of The Schuylkill River

News and Views
9:48 am
Tue June 1, 2010

In Our Youth-Oriented Culture, Who is Most Satisfied with Life?

In Our Youth-Oriented Culture, Who is Most Satisfied with Life?

Philadelphia, PA –
Research on how adults between ages 18 to 85 rate their satisfaction with life and day-to-day moods yields a few surprises. WRTI's Meridee Duddleston highlights the thrust of a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It's an age-related snapshot of psychological well-being in the United States.

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News and Views
11:08 am
Tue April 20, 2010

Temple University's Emergency Action Corps: Making A Difference in El Salvador

Windsor Johnston in El Salavdor

Philadelphia, PA – Access to adequate healthcare is a challenge for close to 1.3 billion people worldwide. In Central America over 140 million people have limited or no access to medical care. On this week's News & Views, Windsor Johnston travels to El Salvador with Temple Emergency Action Corps. The group was formed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; medical students have since traveled to Honduras and Bolivia setting up clinics in rural areas.

News and Views
11:05 am
Tue April 20, 2010

Temple University's Emergency Action Corps: Making A Difference in El Salvador

Windsor Johnston in El Salavdor

Philadelphia, PA – Access to adequate healthcare is a challenge for close to 1.3 billion people worldwide. In Central America over 140 million people have limited or no access to medical care. On this week's News & Views, Windsor Johnston travels to El Salvador with Temple Emergency Action Corps. The group was formed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; medical students have since traveled to Honduras and Bolivia setting up clinics in rural areas.

News and Views
10:46 am
Tue April 20, 2010

Temple University's Emergency Action Corps: Making A Difference in El Salvador

Windsor Johnston in El Salavdor

Temple University's Emergency Action Corps: Making A Difference in El Salvador

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News and Views
8:59 am
Mon April 12, 2010

Taxes: A Light Look

Taxes: A Light Look

Philadelphia, PA – Wacky deductions, weird expenses, and impossible exemptions - is there anything funny about filing taxes? On this week's News and Views, WRTI's Meridee Duddleston finds out from some of those who know.

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