Engineering graduate student Qi He went missing Sunday when he was glissading, or using an ice ax to control his slide, down Asgard Pass, a popular alpine hiking area near Seattle, WA.
The federal corruption trial of U.S. House of Representative Chaka Fattah is continued the week of May 31 - June 3.
The fugitive vegan, who disappeared after embezzling millions from her own business, was caught after months on the run when her accomplice ordered a cheese pizza.
UCLA has issued a campus lockdown. The LAPD said that the active shooter was in a UCLA building, Engineering IV, according to NPR.
In the past couple of months, Penn Health has been the object of three separate lawsuits.
During the three-and-a-half hour hearing in Norristown, Pennsylvania, Judge Elizabeth A. McHugh found enough evidence to continue with a criminal trial against the comedian.
Rafael Robb, who taught economics at Penn, was denied early release on Monday for the 2006 killing of his wife.
An advisory said the man has been following women and and “approaching them in an aggressive manner.”
Four employees filed a complaint in April alleging that Penn didn’t pay them for overtime hours during the holidays in 2013.
On Hey Day, scores of juniors were blocked from entering the Quad with some witnesses even describing a tense standoff between Penn Police, AlliedBarton security guards and the boisterous students.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone from April 15 - April 21, which included Spring Fling.
At Take Back the Night on April 7, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush explained how students could use the Penn Guardian app to anonymously report sexual assaults.
The University created the HELP line at 215-898-HELP (215-898-4357), a number available 24/7 when students need help understanding Penn’s resources for health and wellness.
The Powel fourth grade class has been learning about gun violence in Philadelphia through a service-learning project with Need in Deed, a nonprofit that facilitates service-learning in classrooms.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between April 8 and April 14.
Compared to last year's Fling, hospitalizations, liquor law violations and the number of houses listed as disturbances all went up.
Jamal Morris, 27, was riding a red, Chainboard bike around 4 a.m. on Saturday morning when he was struck by a car at the intersection of 45th and Market streets.
PECO and Penn Facilities responded to the series of power outages in recent weeks on campus.
DPS last sent a safety alert on March 29 after a power outage in the area of 34th and Walnut streets.
Every year, the Division of Public Safety coordinates with the Vice Provost for University Life and the Medical Emergency Response Team to prepare for Spring Fling to make sure all students are safe.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between April 1 and April 7.
Penn Club employees entered the guest room in which he was staying after he did not check out, according to the New York Post.
News of the suicide raised concerns among prospective as well as current students.
This flurry of safety alerts seems to point to an increase in crime during this past March, but the statistics suggest that crime trends have remained steady.
Kong died Monday morning at the 40th Street Station on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford line, according to an email sent to undergraduates by Provost Vincent Price and President Amy Gutmann at 2:22 p.m.
Around 3:50 a.m. on Saturday, a black Laredo Jeep speeding east through Walnut Street collided with a white Toyota Solara that was heading north on 38th Street, according to officers and bystanders at the scene.
Take Back the Night is an international event and non-profit organization, but at Penn it takes the form of a rally, a march across campus and a speak-out where survivors of sexual violence share their stories.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between March 25 and March 31.
DPS honored members of its division, its partners in safety, AlliedBarton, the University City District, the Philadelphia Police Department and members of the Penn community for their devotion to service.
The Daily Pennsylvanian took a look at Fattah’s recent legal troubles, extending back to 2007, and previewed what lies ahead for the embattled congressman and Fels graduate.