Articles by Matthew Liu

07/11/21 11:08pm
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that members of the Penn community should not expect significant changes with the University president that succeeds Amy Gutmann. He writes about how criticisms directed towards her often reference issues that are inherent to all large institutions. 
07/04/21 3:59pm
Columnist Matthew Liu writes about how one of our Founding Fathers — Thomas Paine — was the surprise progressive at the heart of America's inception.
06/23/21 4:49pm
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that profit-focused pharmaceutical companies undermine the humanitarian mission behind large-scale vaccination efforts that are needed to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. 
05/25/21 9:18pm
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that despite an increased need, the COVID-19 pandemic will likely not result in an increase in the availability of careers in health care. 
03/08/21 8:55pm
Columnist Matthew Liu argues that there is a disconnect between public support and government funds with regards to space exploration.
01/29/21 10:44am
Biden's long history of bipartisanship was touted as a virtue on the campaign trail. Wether or not it will actually serve the United States well is not a cut-and-dry decision.
12/10/20 8:52pm
Americans' resistance to the lockdown orders that marked the early fight against COVID-19 take after a growing historical narrative of the US' growing distrust of science.
11/09/20 8:11pm
With both Senate elections in Georgia undecided and going to a runoff, there are two distinct directions this country could go and there is still so much more you can do to impact the trajectory we take these next four years.
10/26/20 10:33pm
Unlike Trump, Biden supports funding for both basic and translational science research, and historically, he has backed it up.
10/26/20 9:01pm
It might be a hard pill to swallow, but selling actions as “doing well by doing good” is a lie.
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