Following two delays to install safety measures at a relatively dangerous intersection on campus, the Philadelphia Streets Department expects bumpouts will be installed at 38th and Spruce streets this summer.
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In the minutes after shots were fired early last Tuesday morning at Copabanana on 40th and Spruce streets, thousands of students and other University personnel found their cell phones vibrating or ringing with a UPennAlert informing them of the danger in the area. But what many may not realize is that the UPennAlert that was issued last week was the product of a process that began with its inception more than seven years ago.
Ten same-sex couples, one widow and two children seeking to overturn Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage asked a federal court on Monday to decide their lawsuit against the state before it reaches trial in June.
The University of Pennsylvania Libraries system is taking the final steps to prepare for Penn’s change from Blackboard to Canvas, which will become permanent on May 30.
The former Penn basketball player who has been charged with committing a total of 10 on-campus burglaries is no longer a student at the University, according to the Division of Public Safety.
A year ago today, it wasn’t clear whether Gillian Reny would be able to walk again.
Finding yourself in a room full of police officers is usually indicative of a bad situation. This was not the case, however, for the dozens of people who assembled in Fagin Hall Wednesday evening for the Division of Public Safety’s Spring Commendations Ceremony.
A hearing for College freshman Tony Bagtas has been postponed. Bagtas, a member of Penn’s men’s basketball team, is facing charges for one of the eight burglaries that struck the Quad on March 22.
Michael Fitts was a budding law professor when he arrived at the Law School.
Janet Napolitano has reservations about describing women as “bossy.” But there is no doubt that the former Secretary of Homeland Security is a boss.
The upcoming shift from Blackboard to Canvas will be the culmination of a Penn Libraries courseware update that began last spring.
Eight burglaries were reported in the Quad on Saturday, leading to the arrest of a Penn student for one of the alleged offenses.
As the Social Planning and Events Committee reveals the final details for this year’s Spring Fling, one of the organization’s sub-committees — SPEC-TRUM — is preparing to bring three of hip hop’s rising stars to campus next month.
To passersby, St. Agatha-St. James Church may seem like nothing more than a quiet sanctuary at the corner of 38th and Chestnut streets.
A Penn researcher will receive a preliminary hearing on Thursday for a burglary charge and other charges filed against him.
A retired New Jersey teacher has started a petition for a law named after College freshman Madison Holleran, whose January death was ruled a suicide.