A canvas structure weighing over 70,000 pounds and costing just under $1 million will help many Penn athletes stay warm this winter.
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A preliminary hearing was held April 15 for Jan Egeman, a Wharton School sophomore who allegedly punched a Penn Police officer on April 1.
The prosecution in the trial against Raj Rajaratnam rested its case on April 6, and the defense will begin calling witnesses Monday.
While many seem to fear the dangers of natural gas drilling practices, experts are quick to note that the process is much more complex than the public assumes and that Philadelphia’s water is not under threat of becoming contaminated.
A Philadelphia jury ruled on Monday that Penn Medicine neurologist Leo McCluskey owes $9.65 million in damages to Eric Davenport, a patient whom McCluskey misdiagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis — or Lou Gehrig’s Disease — eight years ago.
“You can all say you were here where it all began,” Penn Law School and Political Science professor Cary Coglianese said at Tuesday’s launch party for Regblog, a blog run by Coglianese and Penn students that covers regulatory issues.
As the prosecution part of the trial against Raj Rajaratnam comes to an end, the trial is starting to focus on the defense and some of the witnesses it might call to testify.
Students at the Law School are getting a chance to do something many established lawyers never get to do in their careers.
While few experts doubt that Philadelphia’s water supply is safe at the moment, they advise that current gas drilling practices can push radiation in the water supply to harmful levels in the near future.
The trial of Raj Rajaratnam, who received a Wharton School MBA in 1983 and is being accused of insider trading, continued in New York this past week with both sides taking unexpected approaches.
A trial date for Leslie Mosby, the alleged carjacker involved in the shootout at 40th Street and Locust Walk last November, was set for Sept. 26 at a scheduling conference on Wednesday.
Jurors in the trial against Wharton alumnus Raj Rajaratnam heard tapes on March 10 of recorded conversations between Rajaratnam and those who allegedly supplied him with insider trading information, according to a New York Times article.
A pre-trial conference was held Wednesday for Leslie Mosby, the alleged carjacker involved in the shootout at 40th and Locust streets last November.
The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission rarely issues orders against individuals, but the commission felt that the case of Gary Kao was a unique circumstance.
The United States might be partly to blame for recent revolts throughout the world, according to some Penn professors.
Penn alumnus Jon Hunstman Jr., the United States Ambassador to China, was not expecting to elicit claims that the U.S. is encouraging or supporting the “Jasmine Revolution” protests in China when he strolled by a busy area in Beijing on the way to a museum with his family.
A status hearing for Saad Masood, a former School of Engineering and Applied Science student who faces charges of terroristic threats, stalking, harassment and disorderly conduct, was held Tuesday to further evaluate the defendant’s mental health.
Recent developments at West Philadelphia High School have served as further examples of the uncertain climate that contributed to Community School Student Partnership’s decision to stop sending tutors to the site.
Students at West Philadelphia High School walked away from school premises Feb. 11 in an organized protest, stating that they want “Education, Not Incarceration.” The walkout was in response to the school’s policies on student arrests and high faculty turnover.
The recent legal developments surrounding the constitutionality of last year’s federal health care reform legislation could have major political implications.