Four people -- including two University students -- were assaulted late Monday night in two related incidents, according to police reports. The victims were allegedly assaulted with a pipe and sustained injuries ranging from a fractured skull to a broken jaw. One was still hospitalized on Wednesday.
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Construction crews continue to work steadily on the Free Library of Philadelphia's Walnut Street West branch, located behind the cordoned-off sidewalks and dirt piles at the corner of Walnut and 40th streets.
Music. Merriment. Meatballs.
The Palladium's 20 years in the historic location on the corner of 36th and Locust Walk will come to an end next Friday. However, the University has yet to release specific plans for the space -- despite the announcement last May that the Palladium's lease would not be extended beyond the end of this past semester.
The family of Michael Tobin settled their lawsuit against the University, Phi Gamma Delta and Trammell Crow for an undisclosed amount of money earlier this week.
Those seeking a workout at the Pottruck Health and Fitness Center this week will find that their sweating, running and calorie-burning will take place in a new location, as exercise equipment has been temporary relocated to the atrium.
Two instances of robbery at gunpoint around Penn's campus have been reported recently. University police have apprehended a suspect in one of the cases, and are currently investigating possible connections between the first and the second.
Brandishing hats and wielding canes, the Class of 2004 paraded through blocked-off intersections and past dancing Spectaguards in its quest for senior status Friday.
He graduated from Penn no less than three times, held down a three-year stint in South Africa with the Peace Corps, managed a multimillion-dollar independent electric power company and, for a while, raced cars as a hobby.
He was a revolutionary. He was a scholar and a poet. And until recently, he was a doorstop.
Promising his audience they'd get their five dollars' worth, Oscar winner and controversial filmmaker Michael Moore appeared to a sold-out crowd last night.
Vice Provost and Director of Libraries Paul Mosher is on administrative leave pending a police investigation, according to University spokeswoman Lori Doyle.
The shirts have adorned Locust Walk for the past week -- with messages of empowerment including "My Body is Not Your Wonderland," "Stop the Violence" and "'No.' is a Full Sentence" -- but it was last night that the messages became more than slogans.
They may have only brought 60 cups, but the co-sponsors of Wednesday night's photo exhibit had upwards of 100 people to entertain.
There was free Indian food, a student-led Muslim prayer and a strong desire to implement change Saturday afternoon in Houston Hall.
Lupe Ontivero was born in the United States, went to college and became an actress -- and she has spent most of the last 25 years playing the part of the maid.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- An estimated 60,000 people, including hundreds of Penn students and alumni, buttoned coats, packed lunches and took to the streets to rally in favor of affirmative action.
Bypassing a lobby full of craft stalls, cultural newspapers and pie salesmen, a diverse audience filed into Irvine Auditorium last night to hear Islamic leader Imam Warith Deen Muhammad.
Carmen Vazquez is bold, politically incorrect and to audience members in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, inspiring.
A panel of athletes and athletics experts spoke last night to bridge two often distinct groups -- athletes and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.