The institution had “become popular with athletes from nationally ranked universities” in the region.
Twenty-two of the 24 charges against Lorenzo Bonfiglio were dismissed. He pleaded guilty to the remaining two charges. He will not serve any prison time.
The email said the robberies took place "between 43rd & 47th Streets and Spruce & Cedar Streets, just west of our campus and Patrol Zone."
See the crimes committed in the Penn Patrol Zone between Dec. 30 and Jan. 5.
After an independent state commission, Judge Aaron Persky, who presided over the Brock Turner sentence, has been cleared of any wrongdoings.
Robb was sentenced to five-to-ten years in prison in 2008 after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter.
A woman was reportedly robbed at the Bank of America at 3925 Walnut Street.
2011 College graduate Martina Westcott was charged with murder after fatally shooting Terrell Bruce on Tuesday. Westcott shot Bruce while while he was driving down Walnut Lane in Germantown as she sat in the passenger seat.
Robb, a former economics professor specializing in game theory, bludgeoned his wife to death on Dec. 22, 2006 following a dispute about their holiday plans. His wife, Ellen Gregory Robb, had reportedly been in the early stages of asking for a divorce.
Taylor Hennig and Gillian Berger sued Penn and the NCAA, arguing that Division I student-athletes should be entitled to a minimum wage during their seasons.
During Thanksgiving, winter and spring breaks students can take advantage of free residence visits by Penn Police to check for signs of criminal activity or security breaches.
Here are the crimes committed in the Penn Patrol Zone from Nov. 23-29, as provided by the Division of Public Safety.
Joseph Lewis had been a Penn Police officer for close to six years before his sergeant told him to shave or go home, according to his legal complaint.
Government lawyers filed their suggestions for Fattah’s sentencing on Monday, recommending that the convicted Democrat serve 17 to 21 years in prison.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 11 and Nov. 22.
Despite the amount of disclosures this past year, only five undergraduate students filed a formal complaint to Title IX coordinators.
Ethnic intimidation, which is another legal term for hate crimes, is an overt action coupled with targeting an individual of a group which falls under the statue.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10.
The officer, Joseph Lewis, claimed he was fired because he maintained facial hair, which is reportedly against University policy. His skin condition, primarily affects black men and stems from an issue with ingrown hairs that create bumps every time he shaves, Billy Penn reported.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 29 and Nov. 3.