You might want to think twice before you leave your dorm room for dinner tonight.
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If you’re looking to snag a photo with Penn’s new four-legged celebrity, you can find her strutting down Locust in the afternoons.
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Pulkit Singh, an Engineering and Wharton junior, died Sunday. He was 20 years old.
A Penn student was the victim of a hit and run accident at 40th and Spruce streets on Sunday.
Increased theft during the holiday season is a nation-wide trend, according to Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush. There are many ways that students can help to secure their safety during the holiday season, as well as year-round, she added.
While it is now illegal to use 3-D printers to manufacture firearms without proper licensing, some Penn professors question the significance of that legislation.
Four burglaries were reported in the Quad on Monday and Tuesday of last week, according to the Division of Public Safety.
Crime Log for the Week of Nov. 15 to Nov. 21, 2013
If you want to live off campus but are receiving financial aid from Penn, don’t worry — your aid award won’t change depending on whether you live at 34th and Walnut or at 44th and Walnut.
Perhaps a decade from now, students will be able to see black box theaters in their dorms or play with Legos in one of their common rooms.
Total crime this October only rose from 84 to 85 incidences compared to October 2012, while automobile theft went up from one to nine incidences and theft from buildings went down from 39 to 34 incidences.
The Division of Public Safety and the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives received a $25,000 grant to fund alcohol education related to off-campus parties.
Students entering Penn in 2016 might have an entirely different living experience than students do now.
This week’s crime log includes a string of thefts, vandalism, and a citation for public drunkenness and underage drinking.
This September saw relatively the same amount of total crime as last September, according to the Division of Public Safety, but crimes against property such as theft are still an ongoing concern at the University.
Following Daily Pennsylvanian interviews with city planning experts and Penn administrators on the dangers of the intersection at 38th and Spruce streets, the Division of Public Safety shared their concerns on Wednesday.