Crime log for the week of Oct. 4 to Oct. 10
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The Division of Public Safety hosted a live side-by-side burn and sprinkler demonstration to raise awareness.
A round up of crime near campus this past week.
DPS is holding its campaign on road safety for pedestrians, vehicles and bicyclists this week.
The Center, a premier research and training facility that turns puppies into detection dogs, had its opening ceremony on last year on 9/11.
After 400 hours of training, the 4-month-old yellow lab will go on patrol for the first time nest week.
In the past few weeks, a sequence of restaurants as close as three blocks from campus have been robbed.
Watusi Lounge, site of a triple shooting Aug. 31, was closed due to a food license that expired in 2007.
Alexis Ohanian will be visiting Penn as part of his 65-college and 5-month long tour around the country.
Penn is piloting a new project in Gregory College House to improve dorm security. Each dorm room in Gregory is now equipped with a keyless SALTO lock.
An 84-year-old man in a 2008 Ford pickup truck swerved into Morrison’s lane, causing him to drive off the road.
Five male freshmen were transported to the hospital this year, versus 11 last year.
On Friday, about 17,000 spectators celebrated the Making History campaign at Penn Park at the biggest event in Penn's history — Time to Shine. "PHOTO GALLERY: Making History at Penn Park":http://www.thedp.com/gallery/making-history-at-penn-park
Last night, Legend joined Camille Charles, director of the Center for Africana Studies, to deliver the 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture in Social Justice. The event was part of an annual symposium, sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies, to honor blacks dedicated to positive social change.
Nearly 100 PennDesign students and faculty members — along with experts from outside the University — began the new semester with an open-ended conversation concerning the role of design education and practice in disaster response and prevention.
CORE Media Group’s Chief Digital Officer and Director of Intellectual Property, Matthew Apfel and Jonathan Seiden, shared their experiences in the entertainment industry.
Last night, Penn Hillel hosted Tom Peled, founder of Bike for the Fight — a fundraising effort to support the Israel Cancer Research Fund — before he moves on with his team to New York next week.