According to Fred Fransen, philanthropists need to be a little more selfish.
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A man was robbed at gunpoint this Saturday after entering a cab on the 4000 block of Walnut Street, according to the Philadelphia Police Department and Division of Public Safety officials.
The office of a West Philadelphia state representative was targeted by arsonists early Friday morning, an attack that officials say resulted from the politician's efforts to clean up the area.
One university's tactics toward improving women's safety have shown the benefits of doing your own research.
Gas leaks, transformer malfunctions, electrical fires, oh my!
A fire occurred on the 3900 block of Delancey Street at about 12:30 a.m. yesterday, forcing residents of four houses on the block to be temporarily displaced and injuring one student.
The campus saw jumps in total crime for both the summer and the entire year, but Division of Public Safety officials maintain that the increases are too small to be significant.
Over a dozen American universities received bomb threats within the past ten days, though no explosives were found at any of the threatened sites.
In the wake of the shootings at Virginia Tech last April, Penn's Division of Public Safety announced Monday that it has implemented a new emergency notification system.
"They just don't make men like that anymore."
It isn't every day that directly breaking University rules pays off.
All doctors are heroes in their own rights, but most do not put their lives in danger to save others and share their plight with the world.
While most people dread the idea of spending Valentine's Day alone, students and faculty in the English Department celebrated love gone awry last night in a student-faculty performance entitled Unrequited.
Penn's campus was graced by our very own Indiana Jones last night.