WILMINGTON, Del. - Robert Bondar, the ex-lover of accused murderess Irina Malinovskaya, took the stand yesterday, testifying that she became obsessed with him and threatened to hurt herself when he tried to end their relationship.
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Wharton student Irina Malinovskaya will begin her third trial Thursday for allegedly murdering her ex-lover's girlfriend.
Convicted sex felon and former Marketing professor Scott Ward is still under investigation for additional child-pornography charges in Pennsylvania, prosecutors said last week.
A Wharton undergraduate charged with first-degree murder will return to trial next month for the second time.
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To some, it's a playground. For others, a desk.
A student organization is teaming up with the American Civil Liberties Union to overturn a federal law that denies financial aid to students with drug convictions.
The two students photographed having sex against a high-rise dormitory window last semester will now bare all to an even larger audience -- Playboy's.
The conviction of a Penn alumnus was overturned last week following a highly publicized corporate trial.
The preliminary hearing for a student charged with attempted murder has been postponed due to new evidence.
Congress is close to approving a bill that would increase the difficulty of paying off federal student loans relied upon by thousands of Penn students.
A concierge, lobby fireplace and outdoor swimming pool may not seem like typical dormitory amenities. But for about 25 students who have called the Sheraton University City Hotel their home this past semester, they are just a part of daily life.
As the newly elected Panhellenic Council president, Catie Vuksich wants more diversity in Penn's sororities -- and the Wharton junior says she has the experience to do it.
The InterFraternity Council elected Phi Kappa Sigma President Max Dubin to its top job last night.
The Undergraduate Assembly wants to make it easier for students to fly home for Thanksgiving this week.
Despite numerous accusations of excessive police force at a sorority event over a week ago, few students have filed formal complaints.
Criminal charges were dropped yesterday against two Penn students arrested during a chaotic sorority event last Thursday.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has preliminary plans to demolish its chapter house and build a brand new residence.
A sorority philanthropy event that got out of hand Thursday has had crowd-control issues in past years as well.
A sorority event that was designed to raise money for charity is now being overshadowed by the arrest of two Penn students.