See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Feb. 22 and Feb. 28
After years of negotiation, hundreds of pages of documents and a federal review panel in a fight for ownership of Native American cultural artifacts, at least two of them are now part of the new Native American Voices exhibit.
With the click of a button, you could round up dozens of speakers, events, and activities at Penn that span an entire academic year.
Associate Dean for Research and Global Affairs at the University of Michigan School of Nursing Antonia Villarruel will be the next dean of Penn's School of Nursing.
The appointment concludes the first of four ongoing dean searches for Penn schools.
The Division of Public Safety assisted the FBI in one of the 10 arrests of leaders of the Ironworkers Local 401 union, who have allegedly used violence to try to protect union jobs.
RAPline’s new initiatives include reaching out to freshmen during NSO and teaching students how to speak to peers who are stressed or might need help.
A Philly cab driver has issued a lawsuit against Penn’s Police Department after allegedly being assaulted by four officers last Friday.
In light of recent undergraduate deaths on Penn’s campus, The Daily Pennsylvanian examined how students, administrators and communities at two other universities have reacted to student deaths on their campuses. At Cornell, three students committed suicide within the span of a month in 2010 by jumping off of campus bridges.
President Barack Obama announced Wednesday his intent to nominate Law School lecturer and 1989 College graduate Cheryl Krause to the Third Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals, according to a White House press release.
The uncovered fossils indicate that this dinosaur was probably 50 to 60 feet long and still growing.
See what crimes were reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Jan. 14 and Jan. 30
“The task force will work covertly and overtly to see if we can apprehend the individual or individuals committing the crimes,” Vice President for Public Safety, Maureen Rush, said.
Christine DeVore, one of hundreds of participants in ACHIEVEability, stood in front of the audience to speak about her experience with the program for the first time.
Penn and Drexel study shows chain restaurants across Philadelphia offer over-caloric meals. A single visit can exceed the daily limit of calories recommended by experts.
Officer Socks, an 18-month-old bomb-sniffing yellow labrador retriever, and her handler, Officer Julie Wesley, have finished training and are now protecting Penn’s campus.
Reported incidents include domestic aggravated assault, break-in and driving under the influence
The investigation into Singh’s cause of death is still pending due to additional testing that is being performed, according to Jeff Moran, and the testing could take over one or two months.
The student was the victim of a hit and run accident on Sunday evening.