See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 13 and 20.
What you need to know to staying safe on and around campus.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 5 and Aug. 12.
Fattah, a 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate, was accused of diverting campaign funds, federal grants and charitable contributions to bankroll his failed 2007 mayoral campaign and his son’s tuition at Drexel University, among other schemes.
Drexel and Temple send safety alerts to at least some students during the summer months, including to those away from campus. Penn does not.
Around 1:37 a.m. on Saturday, two men were shot. They are in critical condition at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center as of Saturday afternoon.
On Wednesday, Kenneth Kapikian and Dennis Gagliardi pled guilty in Pennsylvania federal court to defrauding Penn of more than $3 million.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between May 22 and June 4.
A Princeton University study found that identifying as Asian on a college application translates to the same disadvantage as scoring 50 points lower on the SAT.
A “strong-arm” robbery prompted a UPenn Alert on Thursday afternoon.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between April 16 and April 22.
Somewhere around a third of underage people in the city of Philadelphia are carrying around a fake ID, according to an article on Billy Penn.
Seven cases involving the use of excessive force and violation of civil rights have been filed against the Penn Police force since 2012.
After an alleged hate crime during Fling involving death threats and racial slurs, several students have opened an investigation with Special Services at the Division of Public Safety.
The suspects allegedly robbed a 7-11 on 42nd and Walnut Streets.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between April 9 and April 16.
In August 2013, four teenagers — Jose Quiroz, Blake Layman, Anthony Sharp and Levi Sparks were charged with the felony murder of their friend, Danzele Johnson who died at the hands of a third party.
This Spring Fling, the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement officers checked issued only two citations for underage drinking — down from 35 during last year’s Fling.
In late March dash cam footage showing a police officer shooting an unarmed black man in the back sparked national outrage.
Penn Police stopped the suspect at 40th and Market Streets after he tried to rob and assault two victims who reported the incident.
Penn Police is currently investigating the thefts.
On April 9, Penn and Philadelphia police responded to a robbery alarm at the TD Bank located at 3737 Walnut Street.
Students say wristbands had the potential to leave people out, because of their price and limited quantity.
See what crimes happened in the Penn Patrol Zone from April 2 to April 9.
Fifty-nine of the suspects who were shot by Philadelphia Police were unarmed, according to the report.
The Undergraduate Assembly recently formed a Commission on Alcohol Safety and Communication to increase transparency at this year’s Fling festivities and prevent the types of rumors that abounded last year. But despite clarifying some information about alcohol policy, concerns remain over this year's Fling alcohol-related initiatives.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone from March 26 to April 1.
The Trustees were accused of infringing on patents related to Alzheimer's research, but were victorious in a federal jury trial three years ago.
Six accidents have occurred on the busy intersection of 38th and Spruce Streets since the beginning of 2015.
Two suspects fled the scene of an unarmed robbery on 41st and Baltimore Friday night.