In order to combat the epidemic of sexual violence on college campuses, investigators have recently experimented with alternative ways of reporting sexual misconduct.
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Last year, President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price created a committee to look at mental health issues in light of a series of suicides that had just rocked the school. They consulted experts around the country, comparing the issues at Penn and other universities.
This past weekend, 25 students were transported to the hospital during Spring Fling for alcohol-related incidents, according to the Division of Public Safety.
At 2:20 a.m. Saturday morning, the Division of Public Safety issued a UPennAlert announcing increased police activity at 40th and Spruce streets.
Spring Fling is only one weekend of the school year, but many groups spend much more time than that planning for these three days.
Throughout March, five UPennAlerts were sent to the Penn community, including three in one week.
The Division of Public Safety, in collaboration with the Undergraduate Assembly and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, held its spring commendation ceremony Wednesday evening at Fagin Hall.
She is a revolutionary figure: a feminist, a progressive and a leader. She is the “Notorious R.B.G.”
The Division of Public Safety sent out a UPennAlert on Tuesday at 11:29 a.m. about a large power outage on campus.
On Thursday morning, an electrical explosion blocked traffic on Walnut Street and left one man injured.
On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Police Athletic League hosted its annual PAL day at the Ice Rink, sponsored by the Division of Business Services, the Division of Public Safety and Coca-Cola. Kids from Philadelphia who participate in PAL events ice-skated alongside police officers and the Penn Figure Skating Club.
Two Penn professors found that the use of machine-learning forecasts at domestic violence arraignments could substantially reduce repeat domestic violence arrests.
When Eugene Janda, Penn Chief of Fire and Emergency Services, first arrived at Penn 16 years ago, he did not realize what a difference he would make in the community or expect that he would help found the University’s first Medical Emergency Response Team.
Last week, two former educators at a Philadelphia public school pleaded guilty to charges of cheating on standardized tests.
It is the opportunity of a lifetime — the chance to help prepare a case that will go before the Supreme Court. For the students on Penn Law School professor Stephanos Bibas' full-year Supreme Court Clinic team, that opportunity has become a reality.
Columbia University senior Chinyere McKenzie had just gotten off the metro while studying abroad in Paris when she realized her phone was gone. Like so many other American students studying abroad, McKenzie had just become a victim of pickpocketing.