Economics professor and accused murderer Rafael Robb will find out today in a preliminary hearing if his case will move to trial.
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A second-year male Penn Law student was arrested today after he fired 13-15 shots into the door of his downstairs neighbors' apartment at 4339 Pine Street, Lt. John Walker of the Philadelphia Police said.
College junior Raha Mozaffari awoke to news she never expected on Saturday morning.
As College junior Annabelle Lyons wanders the stacks and study areas of Van Pelt, she observes not only stressed students unable to remove their gaze from their computer screens, but also a more worrying site - a number of laptops out of the eyesight of their owners.
Discussions about Philadelphia politics are usually conducted in English, but Harris Sokoloff began one with a "ni-hao."
Four-hundred-six is the number on the minds of most Philadelphians, but only the number two concerns Penn Division of Public Safety officials.
A Penn student was robbed at gunpoint outside of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house at about 2:45 a.m. yesterday morning, Philadelphia Police said.
Some Engineering students will get the chance to extend their expertise to a far-flung locale - but which locale is still being contested.
Though winter break saw a rash of violent crimes, DPS officials point to an overall drop in crime of three percent from 2005 to 2006 as an indication that campus safety is improving.
The man allegedly responsible for a series of robberies at point-of-screwdriver has been charged with a total of eight counts of robbery, according to Penn Division of Public Safety officials.
University City was subject to several violent crimes over winter break, with one murder and four major robberies.
While reading a survey, Anthony Lo Sasso became intrigued when he noticed a woman had said she did not need private health insurance because she could "get around it."
Swans may live the first third of their lives alone, but when these birds find a partner, they stay together for life.
It may be a long shot to turn an idea into a marketable product, but that should not be a deterrent to student innovators, a panel concluded yesterday.
Social Security debates, aging baby boomers and potential health care crises have raised the question: Can the United States afford to grow old?
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