"The Alarming Truth" was shown on Friday at the Singh Center for Nanotechnology as part of an event sponsored by the Division of Public Safety on fire safety.
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The fundraising campaign has raised $4,020 as of publishing time.
A representative from the Division of Public Safety declined to comment while the legislation and its implementation are still being finalized.
Starting last year, the Division of Public Safety began installing analytics cameras at major parking locations to help track people who steal bikes from racks.
Read about what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 5 and Sept. 11, 2014.
Penn's 2014 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, published online by the Division of Public Safety on Monday, included comprehensive statistics about crime on campus
Penn Law professor Stephen Burbank recently co-authored an article demonstrating that over the past 50 years, conservative politics has made it more difficult for plaintiffs to file suit in federal courts.
Over the summer, store managers at American Apparel and Urban Outfitters finally had to worry a bit less about shoplifters.
Two black males broke into a University of Sciences fraternity house at 42nd and Baltimore streets at gunpoint on Wednesday morning at around 2:30 a.m.
Three parties were shut down over the weekend and three students were cited for underage drinking.
The Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement is cracking down on underage drinking at Philadelphia colleges as the fall semester begins, although it is currently unclear whether the BLCE will patrol near Penn during New Student Orientation.
Sixty-five MERT members — all of whom have received professional training in emergency medical assistance — will be on call this Friday in order to assist students who need medical attention
You'll be reminded of Penn every time the cameras sweep the stands during this summer's 2014 World Cup.
The College senior and Politcal Science major presented her research findings Thursday night in Stiteler Hall.
Mercedes-Benz’s Nathan Tan, a supervisor of advertising, was hosted on campus last night by MUSE, Penn’s undergraduate marketing club. He discussed Mercedes’ strategies for survival as a luxury car brand in a slowly recovering economy.
As pre-professional as Penn tends to be, you actually have the freedom to explore the liberal arts and sciences.
College junior Jessica King was named Campus Compact 2014 Newman Civic Fellow last week. The Newman Civic Fellow Award annually honors student leaders committed to creating lasting change in communities throughout the country.
Rutgers University Professor Benjamin Horton and Penn State climatologist and geophysicist Michael Mann talked about the nature of climate change and related problems.
Last night, education specialists and human rights activists shared their ideas and experiences working to promote equal education among all at a panel discussion held by Amnesty International at Penn and Penn Education Society.