An armed robbery occurred at 6:38 p.m. on Wednesday at 3441 Chestnut St., prompting a UPennAlert.
At that time, a robbery was reported in progress at the T-Mobile store, according to the Division of Public Safety. The suspect entered the store, indicated he had a gun and told the store clerk to open the cash register.
With only two weeks until Election Day, most major polls are showing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as the strong favorite for president.
Some buildings only require flashing the school ID — called an OWLcard — at a security guard to enter.
Two Penn student organizations — the Penn Hindu and Jain Association and its graduate school counterpart, Penn Rangoliare — are collaborating to hold the only Diwali event in Philadelphia that is open to the public.
Highs will be mostly in the 50's.
If a strike occurs, it could lead to public transit lines being suspended on Election Day, potentially depressing voter turnout.
Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine arrived around 8:30 p.m. from Pittsburgh to speak in Philadelphia.
A group of six volunteers come together to analyze data, develop reports, and interface with clients.
The free concert will be held on Nov. 5 in order to encourage people to go out on Election Day and vote.
Bring out your wands and house robes for a magic-filled weekend.
The Bike Commuter Expense Reimbursement Program will offer compensation to qualified faculty and staff for any out of pocket eligible expenses of up to $240 annually.
The 27th Ward, which includes Penn, is contributing 22,860 eligible voters this election.
Campus will feel more like August than October this week due to a high pressure system.
Hamilton and others spoke in support of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in West Philadelphia Sunday on behalf of the group Mothers of the Movement, which represents mothers who have lost sons and daughters to fatal encounters with law enforcement.
Lauren Hitt, Kenney's spokesperson and a 2013 College graduate, first tweeted a link to an Inside Higher Education article that described how Penn does not have to pay property taxes to Philadelphia due to its nonprofit status.
An exhibit in the Biddle Law Library features images from photographer Rich Ross’s “Juvenile In Justice” series, which depicts the living conditions of teens experiencing solitary confinement.
Pennsylvania is a key swing state for the 2016 election season and throughout Penn’s campus numerous advocacy groups have been registering students to vote in the Keystone State.
The twelfth annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women took place on Oct. 6 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. With over 9,000 people in attendance, this year’s sold-out conference boasted the best turnout in its history.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Penn in a recent lawsuit against a neuroscientist who died after exposure to radiation while researching at the University. The plaintiffs plan to appeal the result.
In her speech, Katie McGinty focused mostly on eviscerating Republican nominee Donald Trump, a 1968 Wharton graduate.