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01/28/16 12:29am
Since the release of the Association of American Universities’ survey on sexual violence, students have called for the administration to address the issue more seriously.
01/21/16 12:51am
Total crime in the month of December decreased from 52 to 35 instances. 
01/19/16 10:55pm
Veteran Philadelphia lawyer Deborah Harley has a new job at Penn in a brand new office to match — in the building that just went up at 3901 Walnut Street.
01/14/16 8:19pm
Professor Marci Hamilton thinks Cosby will likely be declared guilty of at least one count in his Montgomery County, Pa. trial. 
01/14/16 12:30am
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Jan. 1 and Jan. 7.
01/14/16 12:22am
Penn’s research labs have consistently missed their deadlines to report the results of their clinical research studies.
01/13/16 2:48am
Harley's predecessor, Christopher Mallios, left in November to become a judge of Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas.
01/12/16 2:17pm
Police tape blocks traffic on Locust between 40th and 41st.
01/11/16 11:03am
Kyle Wilshusen's death was pronounced on Dec. 31 and ruled a suicide. 
01/08/16 6:21pm
Around 11:30 p.m., suspect Edward Archer, 30, fired a semiautomatic pistol into Officer Jesse Hartnett’s police car near 60th and Spruce streets.
01/08/16 9:38am
Nearly $3 million in assets and retirement benefits will go to Rafael Robb's daughter, Olivia, a municipal court judge ruled on Thursday.
12/23/15 9:49pm
Kenneth Kapikian, 58, must pay restitution for over $3 million he stole from Penn over seven years.
12/09/15 1:31am
Peer Anti-Violence Educators, brings paid student leaders to campus organizations to teach members of the organizations how to be “active bystanders.”
12/09/15 12:01am
The family of former Nursing student Arya Singh sued Penn and Amazon after her suicide in Feb. 2013. 
12/04/15 12:05pm
No shots were fired during this incident, and the suspect never took the gun out of the holster or pointed it at officers
12/04/15 3:18am
Local attorney Deborah A. Harley has been appointed, making her the second person to be hired for the position.
12/04/15 3:08am
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 24 and Nov. 29.
12/03/15 12:38am
What would happen if the entire Penn Police force’s security communication system went dark due to a simple power outage or a natural disaster?
12/03/15 12:35am
Like on U.S. college campuses, the majority of sexual assault victims in study abroad are women. 
11/23/15 10:01pm
In January, he will serve as a judge on Philadelphia's Court of Common Pleas, to which he was recently elected.