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A week after Penn professors called for renewed funding for gun violence research, President Barack Obama announced an aggressive gun policy agenda.
UPDATE, Dec. 19, 2:30 p.m.: Beginning this week, additional Penn Police, AlliedBarton and Philadelphia Police officers will be patrolling campus, Provost Vincent Price and Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli said in an University-wide email. Overtime shifts have been added, and the Division of Public Safety has increased video patrolling on- and off-campus.
Two Penn students were robbed at gunpoint in the area of 40th and Spruce streets. The robbery was reported at approximately 8:09 p.m.
A 22-year-old male Drexel University student was hit by a car at the corner of 36th and Chestnut streets just before 2 a.m.
Senator-elect and former Law School professor Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) revealed in a fundraising email that her campaign has gone into debt despite record fundraising numbers.
A 1984 Law School graduate has become the first Democrat to challenge Gov. Tom Corbett (R-Pa.) for his position.
Facing the fiscal cliff, Penn has a considerable amount on the line — the University could lose $50 to $60 million and Penn Medicine could see a toll of about $100 million in one year.
Gov. Tom Corbett (R-Pa.) has only two weeks left to decide if he will set up a health care exchange in Pennsylvania under the Affordable Care Act.
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Sometimes, the housing application process leaves students scrambling for last-minute options.
At opposite ends of Locust Walk on Friday morning, Penn for Palestine and the Penn Israel Sector responded to the ongoing violence in Gaza between Israel and Hamas.
Student groups are mobilizing on campus in response to the escalating violence between Israel and Hamas across Gaza.
President Barack Obama won a second term in office with 303 electoral votes, including Pennsylvania’s 20, as of 2 a.m.
A relatively high number of students who went to the polls today were told to cast provisional ballots.
Some students were turned away or told to cast a provisional ballot at the polls on and around campus today.
Although not in effect for this election, Pennsylvania’s voter identification law could still cause confusion at the polls.
Both presidential campaigns have put Pennsylvania back on the map in the final stretch of the election.
About 12 hours before the polls open on Election Day, former President Bill Clinton will be rallying voters at the Palestra for President Barack Obama.
Nani Coloretti uses the skills she learned writing sketch comedy for Bloomers at her current job in the Treasury Department.