According to the Division of Public Safety, a fight broke out at around 4:30 p.m. Saturday between a Penn alumnus and another male outside of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house, located at 4040 Walnut St.
Philadelphia jazz singer S. Denise King claimed that she could no longer learn new music after experiencing “shocking sensations” during a MRI in November 2008 at HUP.
A list of crimes committed in the Penn Patrol Zone during the week of October 22-28.
Former professor Scott Ward, who pleaded guilty to five counts related to a child pornography case in 2008, faces resentencing following the decision of a federal appeals court Wednesday.
Harvard University saw a 91-percent decrease in its burglary rate from 2008 to 2009 due to a change in crime disclosure law. According to a report by Penn's Division of Public Safety, however, Penn did not see a similar dramatic drop in 2009 rates.
In an attempt to coordinate activities in the event of a possible “critical incident” on campus, Penn Police conducted a series of drills with other area law enforcement agencies and University departments on campus Wednesday morning, according to Division of Public Safety spokeswoman Stef Cella.
The Pa. House of Representatives passed a bill that allows homeowners to defend themselves against intruders and gives them immunity from prosecution for wrongful death.
Overall crime for the month of September rose from last September, according to statistics provided by the Division of Public Safety. This increase is due to a rise in crime against property.
The Division of Public Safety is investigating leads on numerous cases of theft and vandalism last month in a University parking garage near HUP.
Amid excessive force allegations in New Haven, Conn., the Division of Public Safety says Penn students will not be subject to targeted alcohol raids. Instead it opts for alcohol-education programs.
A list of crimes committed in the Penn Patrol Zone during the week of Sept. 24 - Sept. 30, with an interactive map of each offense.
Colton Tooley's suicide last Tuesday at the University of Texas triggered concerns about gun suicide at colleges. Experts at Penn say “such an event is not likely to happen at Penn.”
Two sexual offenses, both categorized as "indecent assaults" with female victims, occurred near campus last week, according to the Division of Public Safety.
The Daily Beast ranked Penn as the 16th most dangerous school and second-most dangerous Ivy, but the methodology of the rankings has been highly questioned.
A new community-based prosecution model being implemented in Philadelphia aims to make it harder for criminals to slip through the cracks of the criminal justice system.