A new campus presence initiative from the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement is responsible for an increased presence of undercover officers at this weekend’s Spring Fling.
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The alleged killer of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia pediatrician and Perelman School of Medicine graduate student Melissa Ketunuti had his first court hearing Wednesday.
Crime against persons was up in March — a month which included 11 assaults and an armed robbery on two Penn students.
Four car crashes in five weeks at 38th and Spruce streets intersection mark an uptick in incidents in an intersection found to be one of Penn’s most unsafe in a 2009 report.
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There’s more than just oinks and moos at Penn School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center.
The working dogs of tomorrow just got themselves a new playground.
A two-car accident involving a female School of Veterinary Medicine student occurred at approximately 3:15 p.m. on the 3800 block of Spruce Street today.
As the race heats up for a second city casino license, the Philadelphia City Planning Commission hosted three open houses this week to gather citizen opinion.
A wave of lunchtime robberies has many students hungry for an answer.
Parts of Spruce Street lost electricity for the fourth time in the past two weeks late Monday afternoon as a result of what PECO Energy calls an “ongoing” issue with an underground cable.
Research a Penn professor has been doing on the brain for the past 35 years is now being considered for a television show.
See what incidents occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between March 8 and 14.
The forefront of Civil War medicine was located right in Penn’s backyard.
Approximately 370 customers lost electricity due to two power outages that occurred Monday night on the 3900 block of Spruce Street and some surrounding blocks on Delancey and Pine streets.
More former military members could soon be helping to keep Penn’s campus safe.
Areas near Penn’s campus were affected by a power outage Tuesday afternoon.
As the outside temperature goes up, crime at Penn typically goes the same direction.
A Penn criminology study has been dragged into the current gun control debate.
Check out what crimes have occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Feb. 14 and 20.