University President Amy Gutmann will receive a leadership award from the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania on March 3 at the organization's 22nd annual Take the Lead awards ceremony.
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If you believe in saving the best for last, a trip to Sazon Restaurant and Cafe is definitely in order.
Several Web sites that require users to log in with their PennKeys for access - including PennPortal and Blackboard - were unavailable for several hours on Sunday afternoon due to problems with the server that allows for PennKey authentication, according to Robin Beck, vice president for information systems and computing.
New York Mayor and Bloomberg LP founder Michael Bloomberg will speak at this year's Commencement ceremony, according to a University press release.
Mayor Michael Nutter has ordered a review of Philadelphia Police Department policies on the use of deadly force by officers, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported yesterday.
Alleged panty thief awaits arraignment
The University announced a new financial aid policy Dec. 17, launching an initiative that will eliminate loans from all undergraduate financial aid packages within two years.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has cleared the way for casino construction to begin in Philadelphia.
Edward Anderton, a 2005 Penn alumnus, was arrested on Friday for allegedly stealing his neighbors' identities and establishing lines of credit in his neighbors' names, Division of Public Safety officials said.
Troy Brown, the man charged with committing 10 robberies last November by threatening his victims with a screwdriver, heads to court today for trial.
Economics professor Rafael Robb resigned from the University yesterday, a day after he pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of his wife, Ellen.
Last December, Economics professor Rafael Robb "lost it" during a fight with his wife, Ellen, about whether their daughter would return from an upcoming vacation in time to attend school.
Economics professor Rafael Robb pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in Montgomery County court this morning.
As Penn continues to discuss changes to its hiring practices, the possibility of a self-disclosure question for faculty has the University treading in uncharted waters.
The University's review of hiring and admissions practices, originally slated to be finalized this fall, has been delayed indefinitely because of Faculty Senate concerns about requiring faculty hires to disclose criminal backgrounds.
A female student was sexually assaulted early yesterday morning inside an apartment on the 4000 block of Spruce Street, prompting the Division of Public Safety to issue an alert late last night.
Montgomery County prosecutors say the controversial testimony from two mental-health experts in the murder case of Economics professor Rafael Robb should not be subjected to a hearing about its admissibility.
The judge in the murder case against Economics professor Rafael Robb is considering whether to hold a hearing about the admissibility of testimony from two mental-health experts.
The Division of Public Safety issued an alert late Monday night after a female student was sexually assaulted Monday morning inside an apartment on the 4000 block of Spruce Street.