Articles by James Meadows

08/05/18 11:32pm
Their chapter house on Walnut Street – sandwiched between Penn’s chapters of Pi Kappa Epison (“Pike”) and Sigma Alpha Epsilon (“S.A.E”) – will be handed over to Drexel’s chapter of Pi Lambda Phi.
07/27/18 1:59pm
The Philadelphia Police are currently investigating the string of assaults and urges anyone with information to come forward.
07/08/18 9:53pm
On June 27, a Penn graduate student was allegedly mocked for his stutter by staff at a University City Starbucks. The National Stuttering Association also responded to the alleged incident, which circulated around social media.
07/01/18 8:58pm
On June 22, a black family went to see the 7:45 p.m. showing of "Jurassic World" at the Cinemark at the intersection of 40th and Walnut streets. After a couple hours, they were surrounded by six police officers.
04/25/18 5:18pm
“I cannot judge if [the perpetrator] is experienced or not, but what I can tell that he is trying his best to evade authorities,” Maureen Rush, the Vice President for Public Safety and Superintendent of the Penn Police, said. 
04/22/18 8:27pm
One of the only groups to see a significant increase in funding was the Social Planning and Events Committee, allocated $1 million, marking a $70,000 increase from this past year. 
04/12/18 10:08pm
The event discussed the intricacies – and ambiguities – of sanctuary city policy and Penn's role within the immigration debate.
04/10/18 7:50pm
The new terms of the three year contract, will provide a pay increase for officers, changes in officer pension plan, and includes new language allowing officers to review body camera footage during disciplinary hearings. 
04/04/18 10:54pm
The contract between the PPA and the University expired on July 31, 2017 and until this point had not been renewed since representatives from the union and DPS had not been able to agree on the terms of the contract.
03/27/18 1:37am
The new guidelines, the first version of which were first introduced just days before the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, were only officially adopted this month.
03/21/18 8:48pm
The snow, which began falling Tuesday – the official first day of spring – accumulated throughout the day Wednesday and continued into the evening.
03/13/18 11:10pm
The hallmark of the evening occurred when Mill called and spoke to the audience from the SCI — Chester in Delaware County.
03/13/18 2:48am
In June 2017, Penn graduate Ron Nirenberg made headlines when he unseated Ivy Taylor, the former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, in a decisive election victory. 
03/10/18 10:47am
Joseph Lewis, a six-year veteran of the force, first sued the University in 2016 for racial discrimination after he was dismissed from the police force.
02/25/18 8:50pm
Stephen B. Burbank has presided over many high-profile disputes throughout his tenure including cases concerning salary caps and player contracts. 
02/23/18 8:54pm
ProPublica has obtained roughly 250,000 encrypted messages exchanged between members of Atomwaffen Division, the Neo-Nazi hate group linked to Bernstein's death.  
02/12/18 10:41pm
Justice Ginsburg offered glimpses into her years in the legal profession and weighed in on contemporary issues such as the #MeToo movement, the national political climate, and her aspirations for future generations.
02/02/18 9:13pm
The head of the police union was told by Rush that if Penn police officers were not happy with their current conditions that they could take their employment elsewhere. 
02/02/18 6:30pm
Woodward entered his plea for not guilty and his bail was set for $5 million, five times the amount of the scheduled bail for the crime.
01/29/18 1:04am
According to Kathleen Shields Anderson, the Director of Operations & External Affairs for DPS, the robber took money from the store. 
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