Skulls hopefuls may have to consider other options due to the fraternity’s exclusion from rush events, following the death of Matthew Crozier, who suffered fatal head injuries at the chapter house on New Year’s Eve.
Penn is currently investigating the death of John Carroll University student Matthew Crozier, who suffered fatal head injuries after a fall at the Skulls fraternity house on New Year’s Eve.
While most theft has remained consistent since 2010, petty theft has lessened at many retailers.
The DP's weekly crime blotter for April 8-14.
The study uncovered a new method for producing induced pluripotent stem cells — or iPSCs — has potential to affect stem cell politics.
This year, overall crime during Spring Fling decreased 27.5 percent compared to last year — hospital cases and disturbance complaints went down, and no arrests were recorded.
A drunk driver struck an Allied Barton patrol officer on the southeast corner of 38th and Walnut streets last Friday, April 15, at about 1:30 a.m.
It is unclear how an ongoing Title IX investigation at Yale University might affect other Ivy League campuses.
The DP's roundup of crime on and around campus from March 26-April 7.
Wharton sophomore Jan Egeman was arrested for aggravated assault and resisting arrest, among other charges.
Property crimes decreased 35 percent, while violent crimes went down 28.5 percent. Total crime for 2011 is 10 percent lower compared to the same period last year.
Faced with startling food theft rates and declining profits at Houston Market, Penn announced Monday that the underground eatery will install a series of full body scanners.
In the past two weeks, there have been four burglaries in the residential area around 40th and 41st streets from Pine to Sansom Streets, Penn Police said.
The suspect in a robbery at the TD Bank on Walnut Street is now in custody, DPS confirmed. No injuries were reported.
Despite popularity, drinks like coffee and Red Bull often have negative effects if overused.
The DP's weekly crime blotter for March 11-17.
The Office of the Provost announced Penn’s theme for 2011-2012 will be the “Year of Games: Body and Mind” at Penn.
Though St. Patrick’s Day meant green costumes and Irish music for many students, the holiday’s focus on booze also brought the potential for more crime.
Four Penn Police officers were honored Wednesday night for their work in the carjacking incident that turned violent on the edge of campus last November.
The DP's weekly crime blotter for the week of Feb. 19-25.