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Crimes against property, such as burglary and theft, jumped from 49 reports in August 2012 to 79 reports in August 2013.
See crimes that occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 31 and Sept. 6.
A robbery with a weapon occurred on the 4000 block of Pine Street at about 2:27 p.m.
The Philadelphia school system got some much-needed attention this weekend at the Made in America music festival.
Penn is testing out online learning in the classroom through a new initiative with nine high schools across the country using a Coursera class.
Sources cannot confirm reported abolition of the wait list.
Crime Log | August 16 -21
Though lifting weights is physically taxing, it is also mentally strenuous — especially when lifters attempt to push themselves to the limits of their capabilities.
The event, hosted by Wharton junior Daniel Ortiz and sponsored by Wharton Retail Club, offered an insightful look at the business operations of fashion e-commerce companies like Moda Operandi.
Orszag — current Citigroup vice chairman of corporate and investment banking — served as President Barack Obama’s director of the Office of Management and Budget until 2010. He spoke Thursday night at the Annenberg School of Communication at an event titled “Possibilities and Perils: The Future of Economic Policy.”
If College sophomore Christianne Johnson could describe her dad in one word, it would be “resilient.”
Artemy Troitsky, a prominent Russian journalist and music critic, gave a lecture Wednesday night at the Annenberg School of Communication entitled “Enemies of the State: Pussy Riot and the New Russian Protest Rock.”