At least four Penn students and a faculty member were among about 50 people arrested this morning following a police raid of Center City’s Dilworth Plaza.
The 19-year-old student, who had been an osteosarcoma cancer patient since her freshman year of high school, died in her Raritan, N.J., home Tuesday morning.
Just in time for Parents’ Weekend, the Office of Career Services released preliminary data from its Career Plans survey of the Class of 2011.
United States Vice President Joe Biden will be at Houston Hall’s Bodek Lounge Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. to talk about how the proposed American Jobs Act bill can improve public safety.
The University of Sciences in Philadelphia issued three alerts to its students between 10:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. Monday night regarding an armed assault and a possible armed robbery.
A two-day-old boy is on his way back to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania after being taken by his mother around noon Thursday, and the Amber Child Abduction Alert has been lifted.
A newly-enforced curfew in Philadelphia led to the apprehension of dozens of juveniles this past weekend.
Controversy arose when former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich spoke at Penn earlier this year.
1983 Wharton MBA graduate Raj Rajaratnam was found guilty on 14 counts of conspiracy and fraud Wednesday in what has been called the largest insider-trading case in history.
The man had no weapon, despite initial reports. However, he had an outstanding warrant and was arrested.
Power failures near 40th and Walnut streets recently left students and businesses — including Smokey Joe's and the Radian — temporarily without power.
DPS advises caution after an attempted rape was reported Monday in Fairmount Park against a 17-year-old female jogger, unaffiliated with the University.
The Penn InTouch mobile app will allow students to check their financial aid status, receive general announcements, search for courses and send an e-mail to advisors.
Domenique Wilson, 25, was sentenced Thursday to 84-to-230 years in state prison for multiple home invasions and rapes, including that of a Penn student in 2008.
Gunshots were fired near 41st and Pine streets at about 12:45 a.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported and no suspects have been arrested.
In Washington, D.C. on Feb. 17, Leslie Berlowitz — president of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences — named Gutmann and Annenberg Public Policy Center director Kathleen Hall Jamieson to the academy’s new Commission on the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The fire, which broke out at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, was the second in two days in the area and resulted in two hospitalizations.
Professors at Penn are split over whether 1987 Penn alumnus Jon Huntsman’s resignation indicates plans for a Republican presidential run in 2012.
Four officers were cleared of any criminal wrongdoing for fatally shooting a suspect in the November carjacking that ended in a gunfight at 40th and Locust streets.
A grand jury report released Wednesday charged former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell with multiple counts of murder in the deaths of a woman as well as newborn babies whose spinal cords had been severed with scissors.