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Penn Medicine is currently in the planning stages of development on a new hospital tower, which could cost $1.5 billion, according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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Two men trying to dine and dash without paying at Chilis and an unaffiliated man kicking an affiliated female are among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 8 and Aug. 14, 2014.
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The Daily Pennsylvanian recounts some of the summer headlines regarding the Philadelphia School District this summer.
On the corner of 52nd and Market streets, protestors raised signs in an effort to turn Mike Brown’s shooting into a catalyst for nation-wide change.
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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
The event will give students a forum for discussion about the death of Michael Brown and police brutality in America.
A former Penn Police Officer was charged on Tuesday with having a gun in a federal facility and making false statements to federal law enforcement officers.
An aggravated assault at 36th and Ludlow streets and a robbery on the 4000 block of Walnut Street are among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 1 and Aug. 7, 2014.
Eight thefts, an assault and a terroristic threat were among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between July 25 and July 31.
Martin Asher, director of Research and Scholars Programs for Wharton undergraduates, will leave his position on August 22, 2014.
The son of local Congressman and 1986 Fels graduate Chaka Fattah Sr. (D-Pa.) has been charged with defrauding private banks and the Internal Revenue Service of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Joseph Grosso, a 2014 Penn graduate and former Quakers linebacker, died Wednesday while lobster diving off the coast of Pompano Beach, Florida.
Recent graduate and former Penn football player Joseph Grosso died while lobster diving Wednesday in Pompano Beach, Florida. He graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences this May, majoring in politics, philosophy and economics.
Rising junior and Class of 2016 president Jesús Pérez completed a 136-mile run with the nonprofit organization impossible2Possible, which strives to educate and inspire students of all ages through its extreme expeditions. His group ran through the Atacama Desert in Chile, the driest place on Earth. Their mission was to educate youth on astronomy and the origin of the universe, with the clear skies of the desert as the perfect backdrop for on-site lessons.