After last spring's intense, five-day operational review of the University Police, departmental accreditation for the force has been delayed until spring of next year.
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Protesters and police came to a head on Tuesday with the arrest of nearly 300 activists after demonstrations shut down several Center City thoroughfares.
Until the protesters emerged with a series of disruptive protests on Tuesday, the thousands of demonstrators who descended upon Philadelphia to protest during the GOP Convention remained largely peaceful and amiable.
Law professor Stephen Perry recently turned down a generous offer from New York University, deciding instead to return to Penn in the fall.
While city officials are putting the last minute touches on the First Union Center, several hundred activists have flocked to West Philadelphia for preparations of a different sort.
When Penn math professor Dennis DeTurck gets ready to teach some of his classes, he has to make special preparations to account for the fact that he can't see any of his students.
In honor of next week's Republican National Convention, hundreds lined up at the Pennsylvania Convention Center last night to relax in Air Force One.
After months of community debate, the school board approved an attendance zone for the new Penn-assisted k-8 public school while also outlining several steps the University and the district would take to improve existing area schools.
When Republicans arrive in West Philadelphia for next week's convention, they can be expect to be greeted by a few political counterparts.
As Penn prepares to play host to dozens of activities related to the upcoming Republican National Convention, the University Police has spent the past six months getting ready to keep the campus safe for the many visitors expected to arrive in July.
Just a week has passed since the videotape of a violent police arrest, leaving many wondering whether last Wednesday's incident will harm Philadelphia's image as "the City of Brotherly Love."
The coming Republican National Convention is expected to attract approximately 45,000 politicians, guests and visitors to Philadelphia.
Though thousands will travel to Philadelphia for the Republican National Convention at the end of the month, another kind of convention -- led by those who denounced the official RNC -- will settle at Penn for the convention.
The U.S. Department of Education has rewarded the University's recent overhaul of its alcohol policy with the award of a one-year, almost $90,000 award grant to devote to further developing its alcohol policy, officials announced yesterday.
With Penn ending free connections to its modem pool at the end of the month, officials are working hard to help students living off-campus switch to commercial service providers.
Revisions in the Education Department's federal student privacy law, issued last Thursday, now give colleges the right to disclose the results of criminal proceedings against students accused of violent crimes.
A significant change in leadership, challenges in the field of gene therapy and continued financial troubles didn't stop the the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania from coming out as the 10th best hospital nationwide in the annual U.S. News and World Report rankings of the country's medical facilities.
The furniture has arrived, the marble floor is almost completed and administrators have begun to move into their sparkling office.
Federal regulators recently dealt another blow to the University's beleagured Institute for Human Gene Therapy.
Papaya King hot dogs are so good that Regis Philbin himself makes it a point to grab a few each month.