Throughout the day Sunday, students packed food and convenience stores around campus to stock up on food and emergency supplies in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy.
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Classes and University operations on Monday and Tuesday have been canceled due to the predicted severity of Hurricane Sandy, Penn announced in a campus-wide email Sunday morning.
UPDATE October 27, 7:00 p.m.: Mayor Michael Nutter has declared a State of Emergency for Philadelphia, effective Sunday at 5 a.m. to Tuesday at 5 p.m.
A Chevrolet Sintra crashed into the patio outside Saxby’s Coffee at the 40th and Locust street intersection at approximately 11:45 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Leaked private information of over a thousand Penn students and administrators has been removed from the internet, according to a University press release.
Around 120,000 records from universities around the world including Penn were released on the internet Monday.
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A fire broke out in a fourth floor room in Du Bois College House late Saturday evening. All building occupants have evacuated, and there are no injuries.
A man unaffiliated with the University was robbed with a silver handgun in the area of 4038 Spruce St. last night.
The white male suspect many have come to know as the “Green Line robber” was detained by Philadelphia Police and has confessed to all four armed robberies.
Police have detained a “person of interest” who they think is connected to the string of recent gunpoint robberies.
A UPennAlert was issued at 10:30 p.m. Sunday evening in response to a gunpoint robbery at Chipotle at 3925 Walnut St.
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David Rittenhouse Laboratory was evacuated around 12:45 p.m. Sunday due to reports of a small methane and hydrogen spill in the basement.
The Division of Public Safety and the Philadelphia Police Department continue to investigate a knife-point robbery that occurred Sunday night.
A Penn student was robbed at knife-point around 10:40 p.m. on Sunday, Mar. 8 at 42nd and Spruce streets, according to the Division of Public Safety.
In an arraignment on April 2, Wharton sophomore Tania Chairez rejected the court’s offer of the Accelerated Misdemeanor Program, opting instead to go to a full trial.
Seven Penn AlliedBarton security officers gathered at the Button yesterday in their third rally to garner support in their fight for better worker rights.
Of the three juveniles charged with an assault on a Penn student and taxi driver, only one pled guilty, according to the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office.