A few Pennsylvania-related notes in this week's Wall Street Journal:
“Valeant flap puts focus on sales pacts,” by Jeanne Whalen (10/31), notes that the Philidor company was based in Pennsylvania.
“At this luxury cabin, it’s game on,” by Don Steinberg (10/30), highlights a 7,000 foot cabin in Huntingdon County, owned by Brian Crowe, owner of Crowe Transportation. It’s beautiful.
Marybeth Gasman, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, is quoted in “Grads rate Black colleges higher,” by Douglas Belkin (10/28)
Yes, it’s here too, “Runaway military blimp soars over Pennsylvania, lands in rural county,” captions a photo of the blimp with an Amish horse and buggy in the foreground. (10/29)
Andrea Halpern of Bucknell University is quoted in “The science of why a song sticks in your head,” by Melinda Beck (10/27)