It was a day during our first week as editors. My fellow news editor turned to me and said, “You know we’re going to see the best and worst of each other this year, right?”
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Early Saturday morning, three people were shot outside the Watusi Lounge, a bar at 46th and Walnut streets.
Maybe it was a generator explosion, Erica Denhoff thought. She asked the policeman if it was safe to continue.
Judith Reinhart was on pins and needles.
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A critical turnover by Penn was enough to give Dartmouth a victory over the Quakers in a game that came down to the last minute of play.
Nursing junior Arya Singh’s friends and family have planned a candlelight procession to commemorate Singh, who passed away Friday night at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. “A Celebration of the Life of Arya Singh” will begin at College Green at 6:30 p.m. and end at Houston Hall.
Nursing junior Arya Singh died Feb. 8 after being taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, University Communications confirmed.
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UPDATE, Dec. 19, 2:30 p.m.: Beginning this week, additional Penn Police, AlliedBarton and Philadelphia Police officers will be patrolling campus, Provost Vincent Price and Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli said in an University-wide email. Overtime shifts have been added, and the Division of Public Safety has increased video patrolling on- and off-campus.
Police are still investigating a robbery on a student near 40th and Locust streets Saturday afternoon. A UPennAlert was issued in response at 3:45 p.m.
Penn alumnus Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo, who graduated from the College in 1981, was nominated by President Barack Obama Tuesday to serve on a federal court in Philadelphia.
At around 6:24 p.m. Monday evening, a male student was robbed by two males around 41st and Pine streets.
City Commissioner Stephanie Singer, who oversaw the Board of Elections in Philadelphia, was ousted from her position as chair by her fellow city commissioners.
Some students were turned away or told to cast a provisional ballot at the polls on and around campus today.
College senior Abby Tran has an early morning and a long day ahead of her. She and other members of Penn Leads the Vote will begin their day at the polls at 6 a.m. to coordinate get-out-the-vote efforts.
There’s a lot to get done between the hours between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The Penn community is determined not to waste any of these hours.
Penn’s campus and the city of Philadelphia alike have been preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy since Sunday night. In this post, we’ll highlight some of the social media content on the storm.
After Homecoming weekend and before Hurricane Sandy, those traveling out of Philadelphia may find themselves in an East Coast transportation mess.