A little after 7 p.m., DPS received a phone call from a student in Huntsman Hall who was concerned about a fellow student's behavior, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush said.
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Chancelor Bennett, known professionally as "Chance the Rapper," will headline Penn's 2016 Spring Fling, joining opening act Las Vegas-based DJ 3LAU.
At 3:49 p.m., College sophomore Nathaniel Rome's attorney John Bravacos announced in an email that he had withdrawn the lawsuit against John Kasich.
Lorenzo Bonfiglio moved his preliminary hearing for the fourth time.
The case proceeded on Monday morning in Commonwealth Court once Kasich's attorney Lawrence Otter released his supplemental brief, arguing that Rome submitted his brief 13 minutes too late.
John Kasich's attorney said on Wednesday that College sophomore Nathaniel Rome's lawsuit was filed 13 minutes late, thereby disqualifying it.
A jury deliberated for two-and-a-half days before declaring Gaynor guilty of first-degree murder.
After sending out an initial UPenn Alert at 9:54 p.m., the Division of Public Safety sent an all-clear message about 12 minutes later.
Data from AP as of 2:00am EST 2/2/16. Results may change as votes continue to be counted. Map data via Wikimedia Commons. Interactive by Andrew Fischer.
Hillary Clinton "is clearly the most qualified candidate in this race on either side of the aisle," Penn Democrats announced in a statement on their website.
The controversy began after the DP caught Marco Rubio speaking with a Cruz staffer inside a South Carolina hotel.
Campaign filings show that Cohen, a 1981 Law School graduate, was Fattah’s fifth-highest-paying individual donor in the 2014 election cycle.
Whether it was media-anointed nativist Donald Trump or self-proclaimed democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, the rallies were lily-white.
With only two days untilwrong preposition the New Hampshire primary, the DPolitics team caught up with Matt Flegenheimer to discuss the election.period
The Wharton and College sophomore had his preliminary court hearing moved to March 15.
Such is the weird majesty of the Iowa caucuses, where private politics become public.
Marco Rubio, who finished in third place, and Bernie Sanders the real
How smoking doesn't cause cancer, and other things we learned from Ted Cruz's supporters.
The 1968 Wharton graduate may not be a politician, but he could call himself a preacher.
What did we find inside Ben Carson's campaign bus? A PlayStation, Bible verses and a Penn grad.