See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 11 and Oct. 17, 2014.
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The former director of Pottruck, Amy Wagner, paid a final installment on $10,000 in restitution to Penn and will now have her criminal record expunged
Overall crime since the start of the year is also slightly up by 7.4 percent, as compared to the year-to-date crime in 2013.
A DP reporter played a night of chess with male players who play at McDonald's (and sometimes the Fresh Grocer) nearly every night.
Read about what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 12 and Sept. 18, 2014.
Read about what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 29 and Sept. 4, 2014.
Criminology professor Adrian Raine worked with PhD student and 2010 College graduate Jill Portnoy to explore the link between heart rate and criminal behavior.
Total crime dropped 19 percent this August, with 72 crimes reported this summer as opposed to the 89 crimes reported last August.
A 35-year-old researcher at Penn was found shot and killed in his home on Wednesday, the AP reported last night.
A motorcycle theft and a report of fraud are among crimes that were reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 15 and Aug. 21, 2014
The Law School announced the creation of a new certificate program, in Latin American and Latino studies.
State representative James Roebuck is running for reelection for the 188th Legislative District, which encompasses Penn’s campus. The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to Roebuck about his political platform.
Algernong Allen is running for state representative in Pennsylvania’s 188th District, which includes University City, West and Southwest Philadelphia.
Penn Transit Services has released a SEPTA Strike Contingency Plan outlining what Penn will do if SEPTA goes on strike.
A course on adult financial literacy taught by Professor of Strategic Management Keith Weigelt is a recent partnership between him, the Netter Center for Community Partnerships and the Lea School.
Graduate students from Wharton, PennDesign and other graduate schools — 75 students in total — volunteered for Rebuilding Together Philadelphia by providing essential repairs to homes on the 37th and 38th streets on Fairmount Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood.
Located at 4912 Baltimore Ave., Greensgrow West will be the first expansion of Greensgrow Farms, located in Kensington, Pennsylvania.
New research finds that having enrolled students with risk factors in schools affects the entire student body.
Founded by Penn alum Nati Passow, the Jewish Farm School offers a wide variety of workshops and programs ranging from bee-keeping to global food topics.
Hip Hop Fundamentals, a dance group in Philadelphia, teaches peace, unity, and mind-body physics through dance, treating personal wellbeing as a form of professional development.