The family of former neuroscience researcher Jeffrey Ware claims that he was exposed to radiation without full knowledge of the study and gave permission while “cognitively impaired.”
The family allege that Penn physicians enrolled researcher Jeffrey H. Ware, who died from brain cancer in 2011, in a study without consent.
A group including Penn affiliates has been meeting at the Annenberg Public Policy Center to evaluate current presidential debate logistics.
This week’s crime log includes a DUI, retail theft, harassment and disorderly conduct.
Residences for homeless families that have recently begun construction will include a variety of services sponsored by the People’s Emergency Center.
A woman received non-life threatening injuries after a gun accidentally went off on the eastbound platform during rush hour.
The Philadelphia Police have arrested the person whom they and Penn Police believe is responsible for a string of robberies on the Center City side of the South and Walnut street bridges.
Last night the Division of Public Safety held its awards night, which particularly commemorated Penn Police officer Jimmy Morrison, who died in August.
This week’s crime log includes theft, violation of the liquor law, criminal trespassing, and two confidential sex offenses.
As a part of many changes being made to the college house system, Harnwell College house will not admit freshmen next year
No injuries have been reported, and that there hasn’t been any damage, evacuation or service interruption caused by the leak.
If you want to live off campus but are receiving financial aid from Penn, don’t worry — your aid award won’t change depending on whether you live at 34th and Walnut or at 44th and Walnut.
According to Penn’s Business Services Division, which is in charge of campus housing, if you really want to live in a high rise next year, you will be able to — you just need to be flexible about what types of rooms you’re willing to consider.
The controversial poster, intended to make students question their beliefs, has been defaced four times.
The crime reduction in University City is over twice the percentage of crime reduction in all of Philadelphia, according to UCD’s press release.
On Nov. 7, prosecutors withdrew charges against Marquise Wakefield for his alleged robbery of a 14-year-old girl at gunpoint on Sept. 9.
DPS stressed that people who want to use the bridge at night should remain aware of their surroundings, and use Penn services that can get them safely to their destinations.
The lawsuits relate to BRCA1 and BRCA2, key genes in determining risk for breast or ovarian cancer.
The DP rode along with officers from the University of Pennsylvania Police Department, for the opportunity to experience the life in the night of a UPPD officer.
Retailers in the 3925 Walnut Street complex were also affected.