I always tell people that my semester abroad in Paris was the highlight of my time at Penn. That’s partly because I was able to live in another country, speak a foreign language and see the world. And I love French food. But it also was an experience I needed at the time, because I had to get away from the hopeless place that Penn had become for me.
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PARIS — Everywhere I walk, there are signs of support and unity.
Students and others took to Philadelphia streets Monday — literally stopping traffic at 34th and Walnut and 33rd and Market streets — to protest in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Get ready for 2016 — Philadelphia is one step closer to hosting the Democratic presidential national convention two years from now.
Fifteen Title IX complaints have been filed against Penn since 2002, although federal officials did not find against the University in any of the cases, according to recently released data.
Penn reports student disciplinary offenses was an important topic of debate on campus.
Penn plans to revamp its handling of sexual assault disciplinary proceedings by next semester, Penn’s chief lawyer confirmed Wednesday after the University Council meeting.
If your off-campus party gets out of hand this weekend, you might hear a Penn administrator knocking on the door.
The Division of Public Safety is investigating an incident of a Penn Police officer allegedly using excessive force against a woman riding her bicycle on campus.
The Division of Public Safety has issued a safety advisory after several off-campus homes were recently burglarized.
An eight-year-old girl died on Wednesday morning after falling out of an apartment building blocks away from campus, CBS Philly first reported.
Former Penn track athlete Timothy Hamlett, a College junior, was charged with multiple charges of criminal mischief and one charge of reckless assault on Monday, his lawyer confirmed on Tuesday night.
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The death of Theodric Reed, a College senior who studied English, was ruled a suicide, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed. Reed, who died on Aug. 24, was 22 years old.
College senior Theodric Reed died suddenly on Sunday at his home in California, according to an email sent out Monday to students who knew him. Reed, whose friends called him Theo, was 22 years old.
A former Penn Police officer was charged on Tuesday with having a gun in a federal facility and making false statements to federal law enforcement officers.
Martin Asher, director of Research and Scholars Programs for Wharton undergraduates, will leave his position on August 22, 2014, Wharton officials announced today.
The son of local Congressman and 1986 Fels graduate Chaka Fattah Sr. (D-Pa.) has been charged with defrauding private banks and the Internal Revenue Service of hundreds of thousands of dollars.