Penn and Drexel study shows chain restaurants across Philadelphia offer over-caloric meals. A single visit can exceed the daily limit of calories recommended by experts.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Officer Socks, an 18-month-old bomb-sniffing yellow labrador retriever, and her handler, Officer Julie Wesley, have finished training and are now protecting Penn's campus.
Reported incidents include domestic aggravated assault, break-in and driving under the influence
The investigation into Singh’s cause of death is still pending due to additional testing that is being performed, according to Jeff Moran, and the testing could take over one or two months.
The student was the victim of a hit and run accident on Sunday evening.
See what crimes were reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 27 and Dec. 4.
The Daily Pennsylvanian compiled a list of tips from Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush about how you can maximize your safety this holiday season.
Vehicle theft and forcible sex offenses both increased in the month of November. Total crime against property has increased in the calendar year so far.
Penn professors question the ability of the Pennsylvania government to enforce laws that outlaw making all or part of a gun using a 3-D printer.
Last Monday and Tuesday, four burglaries were reported in the Quad, which are likely related.
Read about what incidents occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 15 and Nov. 21
If you want to live off campus but are receiving financial aid from Penn, don’t worry — your aid award won’t change depending on whether you live at 34th and Walnut or at 44th and Walnut.
The system would reorganize the College House System and bring new amenities to dorms.
While the crime levels around campus this October are similar those in October 2012, automobile theft rose by eight incidences in October 2013.
This week's crime log includes vandalism, public drunkenness, public urination, robbery, burglary, and theft.
The money is paying for overtime for Penn Police officers on five high-risk weekends throughout the school year for the next two years.
The room selection process could undergo a makeover.
This week's crime log includes a string of thefts, vandalism, and a citation for public drunkenness and underage drinking.
Theft continues to be a problem at Penn, while crimes against persons declined in comparison to last year.
The Division of Public Safety explained that a failure of travelers to follow road safety procedures has played a large role in the problems at the intersection.