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On Monday, June 1, the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed in a media release that former College junior Timothy Hamlett’s death was a “suicide by drowning.” Hamlett’s body was found in the Hudson river on Friday, May 29. His mother, Katherine Hamlett, believes that her son committed suicide by jumping from the George Washington Bridge.
Students often complain at the high price of dining hall swipes — which amount to about $12 each — when they can buy a Chipotle burrito for just $8. Add-on visits can cost up to $15 a swipe on the most popular plan. There are a few theories of why this is the case.
A recent robbery at the TD Bank near campus could be connected to a suspect with over 10 other robberies under his belt.
A recently released Justice Department report found that the Philadelphia Police Department opened fire on suspects 390 times in the past 8 years, involving 454 officers.
On Thursday, a Penn doctoral candidate was awarded $80,000 in compensation after his wrongful arrest in the 2011 Occupy Philadelphia protests, according to a philly.com article.
Which girls have the best breasts? Who would you rather have a threesome with? Who would you least want to be stuck in a room with? These are the types of questions being asked by users on a new app called Whatsgoodly.
Before he disappeared, Timothy Hamlett wanted to be in the Olympics. He was a star runner for the Penn track and field team — one of the top recruits of his year, teammates said. He was a role model to underclassman, a compassionate friend and never one to allow his ego to get in the way of his sense of humor. But as his sophomore year progressed, Hamlett’s behavior noticeably changed. He became distant from friends and family, and in September 2014, was charged with vandalism. Then he went missing. Who is Timothy Hamlett and where has he gone?
Universities like Penn have seen dozens of protests in the aftermath of Ferguson, and student activism continues to call attention to national race relation issues. But some racial issues hit even closer to home at universities, right in the field of academia.
Seated in his pale blue scrubs with a Wharton cap covering his dirty blond hair, Benjamin Lewis looks low-key at first glance.
Taline King, a Drexel freshman, was found dead in her dorm room on Saturday, an email from Drexel President John A. Fry confirmed. She was 18 years old.
Students who don’t know where to turn now have a central option for mental health concerns: 215-898-HELP.