Articles by Skyler Palatnick

10/20/17 7:28pm
This week's crime log includes eight incidents of theft, an incident of aggravated assault, and two incidents of burglary. 
10/15/17 7:46pm
College junior Kara Dang, who had over $1,000 of clothes stolen from her dorm, said the Harnwell College House's notification emails on the thefts haven't fully conveyed its severity. 
10/18/17 7:05pm
Called the PRISim Suite Judgement Trainer, the machine lets officers speak with simulated suspects and control simulations of firearms. 
10/18/17 6:04pm
The Division of Public Safety said a UPennAlert was sent because one of the suspected involved was not apprehended, which DPS deemed as an "on-going threat to the community." 
10/18/17 12:31am
As the Executive Director of the Women's Law Project, Tracy has been involved in landmark women’s rights court cases fighting for issues such as abortion rights. 
10/12/17 1:25am
Since the beginning of 2016's fall semester, 726 crimes have been reported on or near Penn's campus. These heat maps visualize the locations of those crimes and break them down by offense.
10/10/17 8:12pm
Penn Police is warning students of an email and text messaging scam targeting and extorting money from members of the University community.
10/01/17 7:08pm
As the rooms were set ablaze, Upper Merion Chief Fire Marshal John Waters said, “Keep in mind, this could be your living room, your bedroom." 
09/27/17 8:54pm
“The guy that screws in the light bulb for the President of the University makes more than us, and we protect the whole university," said the Penn Police Association President.
09/27/17 1:55pm
The suit alleges that the University exposed former Penn researcher Jeffrey Ware to high levels of radiation, causing him to develop brain cancer. Ware died from the cancer in 2011. 
09/24/17 6:45pm
Socks' new puppies are just about three months old, but they're already training to take on a range of professional roles at Penn. 
09/21/17 4:09pm
The Penn-affiliated individual exited their bathroom and discovered the suspect standing in their home. 
09/07/17 10:00am
Between August 24 to 27, there were 11 cases of students requiring sickness transport and five cases of them requiring sickness assistance.
09/05/17 6:08pm
The incident prompted DPS to send out a UPenn Alert at 2:06 am which described it as a burglary. 
04/17/17 8:50pm
“I’m closer to the student body,” College freshman Harrison Meyer said. “You know, I can understand them more easily than the current board — the current board makes very little effort to reach out to the students.” 
04/12/17 2:59pm
“The hope is that the need for physical force by the police will diminish, and false allegations lodged by citizens against the police will be reduced,” Nestel said.
03/20/17 8:30pm
The day was devoted to Hart in an effort to show gratitude for the generous donations he made to Philadelphia schools in 2013 during a time when the Philadelphia School District was undergoing drastic budget cuts.
02/22/17 12:48am
Much of the discussion focused on the Islamic State group, which Anderson said is more dangerous than Al Qaeda and the Taliban because those who join ISIS are poorer and often less religious than members of al Qaeda and the Taliban.
02/20/17 6:10pm

On President's Day weekend, Philadelphia residents join nationwide anti-Trump protests

Other marches in Philadelphia took place on Monday. Roughly 100 people gathered at Thomas Paine Plaza, and, after a series of speeches, marched through the city toward Independence Mall.
02/08/17 10:01pm
“You are never truly happy unless you are in service to others,” said Kenney, who praised the efforts of Penn’s BBBS program throughout his speech.
More Articles