On Thursday, a student was arrested in connection to the investigation of an alleged arson at Psi Upsilon, also known as Castle.
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A "possible arson" was reported at the Psi Upsilon — also known as Castle — fraternity house at 4:04 a.m. on Friday, Division of Public Safety Chief of Fire and Emergency Services Eugene Janda said.
Though the methadone clinic located near campus has existed since 1967, many students and staff are entirely unaware of its presence. Despite the Penn community's lack of knowledge of the clinic, many of those being treated are sensitive to the community's reaction to them.
Looking for a college house where you can bond over more than cleaning up vomit and responding to door-ajar alarms? Look no further than Penn’s small but charming college houseslowercased both instances of college houses: Gregory and Stouffer.
In the wake of the school shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, public attention has again turned to the anonymous image board 4chan.org. The site was used to announce a potential act of violence against a Philadelphia-area university on Monday, which was not fulfilled.
At 2:07 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 4, the Division of Public Safety sent out an advisory warning students that a threat of violence has been made against an unspecified university near Philadelphia, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The information regarding the threat did not specify a school, the Federal Bureau of Investigation told DPS, but mentioned the date Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 and the time 2 p.m. ET.
After the dust of the papal visit had settled, the Division of Public Safety was left with a brief period of reflection on all they had done throughout the weekend. From proxy blessings to childbirths DPS was all over the city on this weekend. Here are some of the highlights:
Contrary to what one might assume from the high military presence in University City, Penn Emergency Operations Center managed the area’s influx of up to a million people this weekend for the papal visit.
Around 9:42 p.m. on Saturday night, a car crashed through a police barricade at 3800 Chestnut Street. A Penn Police officer and two National Guardsmen managed to dive out of the way just before the moment of impact, Vice President for Public Safety Maureen Rush said.
You may have heard a few numbers thrown around regarding the papal visit and World Meeting of Families. Most recent estimates put the number of visitors between 750,000 and 1.5 million. Here’s a look back at the last papal visit as well as some other major events in Philly history.
At around 10:18 p.m. on Monday night two suspects allegedly accosted an unaffiliated local student at the 4400 Sansom St., just outside the Penn Police patrol zone.
This year, federal mandates to release more transparent campus crime statistics have kicked in.
Ever had a coach or school administrator show up to one of your parties? Well, Penn’s Division of Public Safety has a program that makes it more likely than you’d think.
In the wake of scrutiny and media coverage over police interactions with minorities, body cameras have emerged as a potential resolution.
The 2015 New Student Orientation saw a 50 percent decrease in alcohol-related hospitalizations compared to 2014, according to the Division of Public Safety.