A Friday night robbery on the 200 block of 42nd Street spawned the third UPennAlert in four days.
Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.
Concerns over a student’s actions in Huntsman Hall prompted a UPennAlert on Tuesday night, according to the Division of Public Safety.
Beginning on Wednesday morning, all University students will automatically receive UPennAlerts in the summer months. Up until now, most students were removed from the list of people notified for UPennAlerts after Commencement and before the first day of New Student Orientation.
This year, the Social Planning and Events Committee will bring some “acid rap” to the Spring Fling concert on April 15 at Franklin Field. And there won’t be “one gosh darn part you can’t tweet.”
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be on the presidential ballot when Pennsylvanians vote on April 26.
Lorenzo Bonfiglio’s preliminary hearing for arson and multiple other criminal charges was originally scheduled for Nov. 13.
Since his March 9 hearing, College sophomore Nathaniel Rome has emerged at the center of a petition to remove Ohio Gov. John Kasich from the Pennsylvania ballot.
College sophomore Nathaniel Rome’s petition to remove Ohio Gov. John Kasich from the Pennsylvania ballot may have a “fatal defect,” Kasich’s attorney said this week.
An attempted purse-snatching outside of the Pizza Hut on 40th and Ludlow streets spurred a UPennAlert Wednesday night.
Corey Gaynor, who murdered a man outside of Copabanana in April 2014, was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday afternoon.
As votes were counted across 12 states and one U.S. territory on Tuesday evening, 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton extended their probable paths to the presidential nomination. Throughout this important voting day, known informally as the "SEC primary" for its high proportion of southern states, students voted from college towns all the way from Boston, Ma. to Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hover over the state maps to see how college counties voted.
The Penn Democrats, one of the largest campus political groups, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Monday afternoon.
A video captured by a Daily Pennsylvanian staffer on Saturday led to a war of words between the campaigns of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas.) throughout the weekend, culminating in Sen. Cruz asking Communications Director Rick Tyler to resign.
Under fire from federal prosecutors, embattled Rep. Chaka Fattah has long counted on one consistent source of support: David Cohen, the chairman of the Penn Board of Trustees.
CONCORD, N.H. — Over the course of four days, The Daily Pennsylvanian staff has attended political rallies for seven candidates across New Hampshire, meeting partisans from every part of the political spectrum (even, yes, Vermin Supreme supporters).
HAVERHILL, Mass. — The DPolitics reporters aren’t the only journalists covering the New Hampshire primary with Red and Blue blood in their veins.
Lorenzo Bonfiglio's day in court must wait … again.
DES MOINES, IOWA — The conservative, Christian coalition built and maintained by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) came out in full force on Monday night, delivering a stirring victory at the expense of front-runner and 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump.
CLIVE, IOWA — Just after the first round of votes had been counted, Ben Swartz knew he would have to make a choice: his wife or Bernie Sanders.
DES MOINES, IOWA — In order to comprehend the effect of Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) message and to grasp the extent of the conservative religious coalition he’s built for himself in Iowa, you have to understand principles. And to understand principles, it may help to introduce you to Lynda Farley.