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In-depth conversations on Chinese politics, economics, law, and society with faculty, visitors, and guest speakers at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for the Study of Contemporary China. Hosted by CSCC Research Scholar Neysun Mahboubi. For more information on the Center, visit https://cscc.sas.upenn.edu
 
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Case in Point
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Case in Point provides smart, informative conversations about the law, society, and culture. By bringing together top legal scholars with experts on politics, business, health, education, and science, Case in Point gives an in-depth look at how the law touches every part of our lives. Produced by the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
 
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Moving the Needle
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University of Pennsylvania faculty discuss novel research-based insights that have the potential to change the way we approach complex economic dynamics that underpin policy decisions. Based on the B-School for Public Policy seminars in DC, each 20-minute, studio-quality interview covers a different issue in business and economics.
 
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Bottoms on Top
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Bottoms on Top is a queer watering hole in the dry savanna of the University of Pennsylvania. Andreas and Prakash, Penn’s only gay students, talk about LGBTQ+ issues with sass and sensibility every other Sunday.
 
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Pennalty Box
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Three of The Daily Pennsylvanian’s most sports-crazed sportswriters, Marc Margolis, Sam Mitchell, and Carter Thompson, deliver hot takes and deep insights on everything Penn athletics and beyond. By reviewing the action from the past weekend and previewing upcoming match-ups, they put their sports knowledge, or lack thereof, to the test.
 
PennSound Podcasts are hosted by PennSound's co-director, Al Filreis. PennSound was created in 2003 in order to produce new audio recordings and to preserving existing audio archives of poets reading their own work and discussing poetry and poetics - and to make these available to everyone through free downloadable sound files. PennSound is a project of the Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania
 
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Tits 'n' Giggles
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Tits 'n' Giggles is a podcast by University of Pennsylvania sophomore Isabella Simonetti. Each week, she shares troubling, yet entertaining stories about the trials and tribulations of her life. Tune in for sex, drugs, mental instability, the Ivy League, and more.
 
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Bending the Arc
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Welcome to Bending the Arc, the new podcast from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Social Policy & Practice. We’ll talk about issues in which the moral universe just doesn’t seem to be bending toward justice quite quickly enough, and we’ll highlight the people helping it get there.You’ll hear from people that are most affected and vulnerable to societal injustices and, those working tirelessly to help them – researchers, policymakers, advocates, social workers. We’ll pair a critical ...
 
We are around such amazing people and yet we know nothing about them or what they do. So, we are going around and talking to people around UPenn to figure out who they are and what they are working on.
 
Podcast by Dave Klatsky
 
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Quite Frankly
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Quite Frankly is a podcast about the the University of Pennsylvania, its students, higher education and Philadelphia. Each episode examines a specific topic in depth, highlighting first-hand student perspectives, administrative input and commentary from experts. Whether you’re a student, professor, alumnus, administrator, parent, or Philadelphian, tune in. Quite Frankly is presented by the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s independent, student-run newspaper.
 
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Close Listening
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Conversations, interviews, and discussions with Charles Bernstein. Recorded at WPS1 Art Radio in New York and Studio 111 at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
Kelly Writers House Podcast
 
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In The Cut
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In The Cut is a podcast for people finding their way at Penn who don't subscribe to the mainstream culture. Part comedy, part real talk, we'll keep you up to date on interesting overlooked things going on around campus, around philly, or in the pop culture trends we're following. We'll also be interviewing some cool guests from different enclave communities around Penn to learn more about their worlds.
 
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In The Cut
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In The Cut is a podcast for people finding their way at Penn who don't subscribe to the mainstream culture. Part comedy, part real talk, we'll keep you up to date on interesting overlooked things going on around campus, around philly, or in the pop culture trends we're following. We'll also be interviewing some cool guests from different enclave communities around Penn to learn more about their worlds.
 
PoemTalk at the Writers House, hosted by Al Filreis and based at Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia. PoemTalk is a collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing, Jacket2.org, and the Poetry Foundation.
 
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Despite little foreshadowing before he took office, President Xi Jinping has emerged as perhaps the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong. This was reinforced in March 2018 when China’s National People’s Congress voted overwhelmingly to abolish presidential term limits, as had been stipulated under the 1982 PRC Constitution, a feature w ...…
 
Big U.S. tech companies like Apple, Alphabet, Facebook, and others, are coming under fire for being monopolies that should be broken up. This is what we have been hearing from Democratic Presidential candidates like Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar. It is an idea that is gaining steam as these tech gian ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash do final sound-offs with Julia and Sage. Then, Nick joins for a final Silly Fag Corner. Andreas showcases his exclusive interview with journalist and Penn alumni, Ernest Owens. Finally, Andreas and Prakash introduce the new hosts of Bottoms on Top, Caroline an ...…
 
In this special edition of Case in Point, Environmental Action and Poetry Public interest attorney and poet Elizabeth J. Coleman L’74 sat down with Penn Law’s Professor Cary Coglianese to discuss her work as a poet and advocate.. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org. Case in Point podcast ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash catch up a little and talk about their love for Lizzo. Nick comes on for over-under and sparks debate on air. Finally, Imani joins for a discussion on their experiences in the queer poetry scene.
 
As Chinese economic growth slows to its lowest rate in 30 years, there is rising concern (including among some Chinese scholars and officials) about the long-term viability of China's distinctive form of state-led capitalism, sometimes characterized in terms of a "China Model". Nevertheless, the Chinese government still appears committed to the ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash catch up after a short break. Then they hear from the more heterosexual end of the DP Podcast Department and chat with Sia, host of The Trillest, about situationships. Finally, Adiel joins to chat about gay twitter and internet phenomena.…
 
How do autocratic regimes secure political obedience, and implement unpopular policies, without always resorting to outright coercive tactics? In a provocative new book, Yale University political scientist Dan Mattingly argues that, in China, state power exercised through local governments relies on local civil society groups—like temple organi ...…
 
Kyle and Dave chat it up about shot selection. Kyle explains the 0-5 system referenced on Statchat before and how he applied it to Sacred Heart. He talks about the results of getting good shots and what pct of shots they aimed to get 4s and 5s. They also delve into ways to build a player's confidence that is missing good shots. And vice versa t ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash go live! at the Kelly Writers House. The audience participates in a series of fun games and conversations about queer culture at Penn. Nick Joyner joins as a guest for a game of over/under.
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud This week on the Pennalty Box, instead of mourning the end of basketball season, Sam is joined by news editor Gio Paz and sports editor Danny Chiarodit to discuss the Jerome Allen bribery scandal. We discuss the background of the story and the history of Allen and Ira Bowman in P ...…
 
Listen to Bottoms on Top on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud The Bottoms on Top live show will take place at Kelly Writers House on March 28 from noon to 1! Join Andreas, Prakash, and some very special guests for a fun time with some super cool, Bottoms-on-Top-branded giveaways! See our Facebook event for more info.…
 
At least since China’s 1994 fiscal and tax reforms, land-backed development has served as the greatest source of revenue for Chinese local governments—potentially almost 1 trillion US dollars in total this year—as well as a powerful engine both for rapid industrialization and for social discontent. This circumstance reflects how the state alloc ...…
 
Colgate DOBO Pat Stasiak joins Dave as they chat about the relationship between offensive rebounding and transition points given up due to the crashing. All year long Pat has tracked this data for Colgate and the results are in. Should you be crashing? How many should you be crashing? Which players crash the best? How many points do you give up ...…
 
Economic reform since the late 1970s, as well as the dynamics of globalization unleashed in full by China’s entry into the World Trade Organization in 2001, have significantly complicated the relationship between the Chinese Party-state and Chinese workers. Some of this complexity was made apparent in the 1990s, after millions of workers were l ...…
 
In this episode of Case in Point, Distinguished Policy Fellow Richard Cordray, the Inaugural Director of the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), sat down with Penn Law's Cary Coglianese, the Edward B. Shils Professor of Law, to discuss consumer protection.
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash talk about production assistant, Sammy Gordon 's, newfound fame. Later fellow radio host, Colin Lodewick from "Kitty's Luncheonette," joins for a sensual reading of fan-fiction. Finally, Rani Iyer and Teddy Kurkoski talk about being out in the workplace.…
 
Over the past 16 years, there has emerged in China a community of self-identified "rights defense" (weiquan) lawyers, akin to "cause lawyers" in the United States, who select cases and frame legal advocacy with a goal of achieving wider societal impact. Once celebrated in official discourse, these lawyers have increasingly come under scrutiny a ...…
 
Chairman Mao famously proclaimed that “women hold up half the sky,” and there are many ways in which women’s status, rights, and opportunities have improved under CCP rule. That said, patriarchal ideas about the role of women have continued to find robust expression in China, in different and evolving ways, since 1949 and through the reform & o ...…
 
Dave and Ken talk thru the kenpom.com site and dissect it from different levels. The site has a ton of data but Dave and Ken simplify it to help you understand the basics, the advanced, and some things you may be missing. Dave walks thru his process for game prep while Ken fills in the holes. Want to know the most stable stats over the course o ...…
 
The idea of brand identity extends beyond the corporate world. Countries are also brands, and a country’s brand, like a corporate brand, is economically powerful. A positive country brand brings money and economic growth to it through tourism, foreign direct investment, and foreign trade; conversely, a negative country brand is economically cos ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud This week on the Pennalty Box, we discuss Penn men's basketball's heartbreaking overtime loss to Harvard, the end of women's hoops' perfect Ivy season (and why it doesn't matter), shoutouts for men's lacrosse, women's squash, and men's squash, preview some marquee matchups in col ...…
 
The Chinese government is currently in the process of dismantling the family planning policies which it introduced in the 1970s, and developed alongside its program of reform & opening over the past 40 years—which are most famously associated with the one-child limit for most Chinese families, that was finally converted into a universal two-chi ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash catch up with each other and introduce the new podcast editor, Sam Mitchell. Later, Nick comes on for a game of "Over-Under." Finally Caroline Bourneuf and Weslee Sixkiller share their experiences growing up queer in their small, conservative hometowns.…
 
What explains Taiwan’s outsized presence in our news headlines, especially over the first two years of the Trump administration? What can be learned from its raucous process of democratization over the past thirty years? How will it continue to forge its unexpected identity, against the backdrop of China’s ever-deepening shadow? In this episode ...…
 
The following is a live recording of the 2019 Annual Public Lecture at Penn’s CSCC delivered by Susan Shirk, and introduced by the Center’s Director, Avery Goldstein. The event took place on January 31, 2019. Music credit: "Salt" by Poppy Ackroyd, follow her at http://poppyackroyd.com Special thanks to Justin Melnick and Christopher Passanante…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud Andreas and Prakash catch up and recall some of the best and worst dates that they have ever been on. Later they hit the streets and ask listeners and fans of the podcast to share some of their dating stories. Finally, Dani Lozano, Olivia Ruiz and Jeremy Wyman join for a conversa ...…
 
This week on the Pennalty Box, we discuss the men's basketball team's struggles in the Ivy League and triumphs in the Big 5 (0:00), the ridiculous madness of the KenPom system (10:08), the women's basketball team's impressive start to Ivy play (13:29), shoutouts for squash, indoor track, and other teams (17:21), make picks for some marquee coll ...…
 
The idea of a universal basic income (UBI) has generated a lot of conversation. The conversation in the U.S. often has focused on whether a UBI program here would be politically palatable and feasible. Its economic implications, however, are not always well understood. Based on her B-School seminar, Professor Marinescu discusses her research on ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Soundcloud This week on the Pennalty Box, we say goodbye to former host Marc Margolis (0:00), discuss Penn men's basketball's incredible win over Villanova and disappointing, back-to-back losses against Princeton (1:30), women's hoops' upset win over Princeton and loss to a tough 'Nova team ...…
 
With big data and automation becoming more common, so too has the “robo advisor”, any automated service that ranks or matches consumers to financial products on a personalized basis. Tom Baker, Professor of Law and Health Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, joins host Dan Loney of Knowledge@Wharton to discuss his recent B- ...…
 
In this episode of the Case in Point podcast, Penn Law’s Kermit Roosevelt explains the legal underpinnings of birthright citizenship in the U.S. and evaluates threats to end the practice by executive order. For more information and for additional viewing/listening options, go to www.caseinpoint.org. Case in Point podcast provides smart, informa ...…
 
Andreas and Prakash catch up after a short break. Bella Essex and Susanna Jaramillo join the conversation to talk about the new, queer production coming to campus, Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Andreas and Prakash finish the season with listener questions and shoutouts. Hosted by Andreas Pavlou and Prakash Mishra. Produced and edited by Executive ...…
 
It's finals season. Isabella discusses how she manages to do everything except for what she is supposed to.
 
This week, Isabella breaks down the ups and downs of winter with some chilling anecdotes.
 
Why is the poverty level dropping when the gap between how much it costs to live and how much families earn is actually growing? Workers across the United States are experiencing income insufficiency—the phenomena of working for a wage that doesn't pay enough to cover basic needs but earning too much to be eligible for social support programs. ...…
 
This week on the Pennalty Box, we discuss (0:00) Penn men's basketball taking on UNI, K-State, and Oregon State in the Paradise Jam, (10:54) the team's travel woes in the Virgin Islands and the Abner's cheesesteak scandal, (16:54) the women's basketball team's two big wins and disappointing, one-point loss to Maine, (19:19) Michigan's downfall ...…
 
This week on the Pennalty Box, we discuss Penn men's basketball's strong start to the season (0:00), Penn women's basketball's opening win against Siena and loss to no. 1 Notre Dame (14:50), some marquee matchups in college football (and our predictions) (18:42), and this week's Hard-nosed Player of the Week goes to Eleah Parker for her grit ag ...…
 
Much attention has been given to Donald Trump’s call for deregulation, a priority based on the notion that regulation impedes business growth. According to data from the Penn Wharton B-School for Public Policy seminar “Achieving Regulatory Excellence” by Professor Cary Coglianese, the number of cumulative pages in the code of Federal regulation ...…
 
Andreas and Prakash talk about sugar daddies and Wishbone. Sammy and Ally break the plexiglass screen and introduce themselves on air. Finally, Noona, a musician, talks about music, queerness, and self expression. Hosted by Andreas Pavlou and Prakash Mishra. Produced and edited by Executive Creative Consultant Sammy Gordon. Recorded in Wexler S ...…
 
Giving money to every American - no strings attached - sounds like a parody of liberal governance. But the policy, once proposed by Richard Nixon and suggested by colonial pamphleteer Thomas Paine, is gaining traction among a unique coalition of thought leaders, Silicon Valley executives, and politicians from across the ideological spectrum. Th ...…
 
Isabella discusses the trials and tribulations of being a college student on Halloween.
 
Have you gotten your flu shot? Isabella deconstructs her sensitive stomach and gives some words of wisdom for this flu season.
 
This week on the Pennalty Box, we talk about the return of Penn basketball (0:00), the upcoming game against George Mason for the men (0:46), the young, talented women's roster (especially Eleah Parker) (10:45), Penn football's win over Cornell (14:42), former Penn quarterback Michael Collins winning his first start at TCU (19:07), the end of a ...…
 
Isabella goes through her class schedule at Penn, and prays for her transcript.
 
Wondering why people are just so damn strange? Isabella explains.
 
Amidst various commentaries on the 10th anniversary of the Sichuan earthquake, this past summer, a prominent theme has been the sense of possibility for civil society in China that was initially generated by the outpouring of social volunteerism, unprecedented in Chinese history, which followed the disaster. That earlier optimism about civil so ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud This week on the Pennalty Box, we talk about Penn football's continued QB controversy (0:00), the stunning name-change for the Palestra's court (5:50), the incredible (championship-winning) performance by women's soccer this season (16:28), our picks for this week's marquee colle ...…
 
Episode 5: From Selfies to Social Justice“Technology is best when it brings people together,” Matt Mullenweg, a founder of WordPress, wrote several years ago. As the reach of mobile devices continues to grow, non-profit organizations have recognized the utility of tech as useful tool in the pursuit of social justice. In this episode, we take a ...…
 
Listen on Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | SoundCloud The Pennalty Box sits down with senior reporter William Snow for a bonus episode about concussions in sports.By The Daily Pennsylvanian.
 
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