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At an Ivy League institution such as Penn, it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that students ambitiously spend their undergraduate years trying to craft a perfect resume that will land them their dream jobs after graduation.
Average debt for graduating seniors continues to rise even as it is getting more difficult for recent college graduates to find jobs, according to a new study conducted by the Project on Student Debt.
November crime decreased by 28 percent this year compared to rates from November of last year, while year-to-date crime has also decreased by 13 percent compared to the same period last year, according to the Division of Public Safety.
A new study conducted by researchers in the Criminology Department at Penn shows that conductive energy devices, such as Tasers, may be safer to use than physical force when police are trying to control a violent suspect.
Women study abroad in much higher numbers than men — and a new study may help explain why.
While many students return home for Thanksgiving, Penn Police and Allied Barton security officers will remain on campus to be on the lookout for criminal activity.
“Click it or ticket” — that’s the message Penn Police is trying to get across as part of their “Thanksgiving Seat Belt Mobilization” campaign, which will be held until Nov. 30.
A series of recent burglaries in fraternity houses across campus have Division of Public Safety officials taking stricter measures to prevent similar incidents.
Police arrested three female juveniles on Sunday evening after they allegedly attacked two female students and robbed one of those students on Locust Walk, Division of Public Safety officials said.
October crime increased by 11 percent this year compared to October of last year, said Division of Public Safety officials. The increase was mostly due to a rise in simple assaults.
When the AARP published their 2009 rankings of the best employers for workers over 50 last month, Penn was nowhere to be found on the list.
When the Division of Public Safety and the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia opened a new PAL center just a few blocks away from Penn’s campus in April 1997, Penn Police were hoping to help guide the area’s youth while keeping them safe.
Galleon Group founder Raj Rajaratnam, who earned his MBA from the Wharton School in 1983, was arrested Friday for allegedly taking in more than $20 million in an insider-trading scheme.
As part of the fourth phase of an initiative to improve lighting both on- and off-campus, the Division of Public Safety is working with other University officials, local businesses and landlords to install more lighting around off-campus residences.
Overall crime has gone down by 14 percent compared to this time last year, but forcible sex offenses and aggravated assaults are slightly up.