Crime Log for the week of Oct. 4-Oct. 10
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This year’s fire safety demonstration had a clear message: how quickly fires can get out of control.
The Division of Public Safety is currently conducting its biannual Share the Road Campaign to educate bicyclists, drivers and pedestrians about road safety, traffic violations and fines.
The most enthusiastic Penn students just received their diplomas after only a year at school.
Soon, a four-legged officer will walk down Locust beside Penn students.
A string of burglaries have hit local West Philadelphia restaurants in the past few weeks. No arrests have been made so far.
Authorities have shut down the West Philadelphia bar that was the site of a triple shooting at the end of August.
On Dec. 2, Penn students will step away from their computers to hear one of the great minds behind social networking speak.
Before long, students might forget what it’s like to swipe into a Penn building.
Division of Public Safety Officer James “Jimmy” Morrison died at 2 p.m. Thursday as a result of a motorcycle accident in Culpeper, Va. He was 47.
This year’s freshmen had a safer New Student Orientation than last year’s.
By 9:30 p.m. on Friday, about 17,000 spectators were shuffling their way out of Penn Park to take refuge from a thunderstorm. Penn Police and Penn Rec workers funneled guests through the Penn Park Bridge as quickly as possible, steering people away from the large metal stages that had been built for the evening’s events.
In a small backstage room at Irvine Auditorium, 1999 College graduate John Legend sat down without hesitation, happy to meet a group of reporters before the evening’s events. Though he was about to face a packed house, he spoke smoothly, almost as if he were humming one of his songs.
Since Hurricane Sandy ripped through the East Coast, demolishing everything from houses to grocery stores, designers have been rethinking their role in shaping the way people live.
CORE Media Group is in the business of keeping celebrities alive, even after their prime has passed. The company deals with entertainment intellectual property and owns rights to the names and images of Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali and the like.
Two men walked their bikes down Locust Walk along with a crowd of Penn students. Strapped to the backs of the bikes were little blue license plates that read, “Bike for the Fight: LA to NY for the benefit of cancer research.”