Bent Button Productions, a student film production group, must raise $30,000 in donations by the end of March to fund the documentary they plan to make out of Luke Kelly’s journey to Brazil.
Today begins Feb Club, a tradition that celebrates each day of the last month the senior class has together.
The number of police officers and AlliedBarton security officers will stay the same throughout winter break, according to Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush
Neary was treated at Thomas Jefferson Hospital, where his neck was stabilized through a series of surgeries. His father, also named Joe Neary, told CBS on Friday that his son will be a quadriplegic.
After two people were shot and killed at Virginia Tech on Thursday, Penn’s Division of Public Safety plans to prepare for the possibility of a similar event on campus.
Nov. 29 — A man and a woman unaffiliated with the University reported unauthorized uses of their debit cards at Savory, located at 3417 Spruce St.
Greening vacant spaces in Philadelphia has been found to reduce crime, according to Perelman School of Medicine research.
Preliminary hearings were held yesterday for the five members of the Penn community who were arrested in the Occupy Philadelphia protests on Nov. 30.
School of Social Policy and Practice assistant professor Toorjo Ghose said he never expected to get arrested as part of the Occupy Philadelphia movement Wednesday morning and will fight the charges.
Fifty-two people were arrested following a police raid of Center City’s Dilworth Plaza early Wednesday morning to evict Occupy Philadelphia protesters, including a Penn professor and four students.
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2004 College graduate Kevin Neary who was shot in the neck two weeks ago has recently progressed to being able to breathe for a short period of time without a ventilator — but will still need more surgeries to stabilize his neck.
Around 38 percent of undergraduates lived off campus last fall, according to Penn’s Office of Institutional Research and Analysis. For many of these students, questions arise during the search for off-campus housing.
The family of a woman who died at an illegal late-term abortion clinic formerly located a block from campus has sued the city.
Penn Police have identified a suspect who entered 1920 Commons Tuesday night and — with the help of a gun — made off with cash, the Division of Public Safety confirmed.
A victim goes down a tricky path when trying to turn a sexual assault into a conviction. This was the topic of conversation at Thursday’s Penn Violence Prevention workshop, “Investigating and Prosecuting Sensitive Crimes.”
Penn’s Division of Public Safety works to prevent sexual assault from falling through the cracks like it allegedly did at Pennsylvania State University.
Philadelphia native Gerald Sterrett’s charity near campus, the Second Mile Center, has been mistakenly associated with the nonprofit founded by former Penn State assistant football coach and alleged rapist Jerry Sandusky.
An armed robbery occurred at Starbucks in 1920 Commons at about 10 p.m. Tuesday night. The suspect was armed with a gun and stole cash. No injuries were reported, and Penn Police is currently investigating the incident.
Crime log for Nov. 4 through Nov. 10, with an interactive map.
The Philadelphia office of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will move into University City at 30 N. 41st St. by the end of 2012.