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With bike theft up this year and the South Street Bridge about to close for reconstruction, the Division of Public Safety is trying to increase awareness about bicycle safety.
Sunday night's Undergraduate Assembly meeting came and went with an hour of discussion during the Open Forum and few new items of business brought up.
Crime continues to be significantly lower in 2008 compared to 2007, but some property crimes - like burglaries, bike theft and theft from buildings - have all increased from last year.
In a new ranking of executive MBA programs by The Wall Street Journal, the Wharton School came in second to Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.
With only four Undergraduate Assembly meetings left this semester, Sunday night's meeting was brief, with the body passing no new proposals.
Penn Police recently arrested a man in connection with several burglaries in the area but is continuing to investigate other similar incidents on and near campus.
The anticipation of the upcoming presidential election can be felt everywhere on campus, including Sunday night's Undergraduate Assembly meeting which featured two proposals on the topic.
Following the recent death of Philadelphia Police Sgt. Patrick McDonald, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has signed a stricter gun control law.
Four robberies were reported on or near campus over the weekend and early this week, marking an unusually high number of violent incidents in the area.
Biking isn't just for trendy kids anymore.
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A robot that reconstructs itself after exploding. It sounds like an unstoppable cyborg played by a certain state governor, but the ckBot has a long way to go before it can come close to exterminating the human race.
Cell phone text messages may not be an effective way of getting information out in an emergency, according to a recent report by a Georgia Institute of Technology professor.
At 1:15 p.m. Friday, the Division of Public Safety learned that a boxcar had caught fire on the railway above 31st and Walnut streets, and a tanker containing chlorine had fallen off the tracks - causing potential chlorine release and forcing the area's residents to shelter in-place.
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Philadelphia's first Deputy Mayor for Public Safety, Everett Gillison, met with the University City Public Safety Group yesterday to address area security initiatives.
Crime is down nationwide and in Philadelphia, according to the FBI's annual crime report for 2007.
Hearing about emergencies on campus is about to take on a new meaning.