Last Friday, Philadelphia Police captains, community members and proud parents alike gathered in Temple University's McGonigle Hall to recognize the Police Academy's newest graduates.
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Large amounts of personal property were taken from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house early Friday morning, Division of Public Safety and Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs officials said.
Following the recent death of Philadelphia Police Sgt. Patrick McDonald, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has signed a stricter gun control law.
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Four robberies were reported on or near campus over the weekend and early this week, marking an unusually high number of violent incidents in the area.
Engineering senior Ryan Goldstein was sentenced yesterday to one year of various types of confinement and was fined $30,000 for his involvement in a hacking scheme that caused a Penn server to crash.
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Police are still looking for the gunman of a Friday night shooting at 40th and Ludlow streets that killed one man and seriously injured another.
Last year during Philadelphia's mayoral race, the city's crime rate was a major talking point for Michael Nutter and perhaps contributed to his landslide victory.
Two shootings occurred Friday night at 40th and Ludlow streets, killing one man and seriously injuring another.
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While violent crime on Penn's campus has largely decreased this year, some property crimes, like burglary and bike theft, have risen significantly in 2008.
A robot that reconstructs itself after exploding. It sounds like an unstoppable cyborg played by a certain state governor, but the ckBot has a long way to go before it can come close to exterminating the human race.
Library use on the rise
"If Botswana does not tackle its AIDS problem head on, then the country will not survive," announced then President of Botswana Festus Mogae in 2000.
Cell phone text messages may not be an effective way of getting information out in an emergency, according to a recent report by a Georgia Institute of Technology professor.