See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 7 and Oct. 13.
TableTalk is a campus organization that serves as a forum for students of diverse knowledge regarding a subject to come together and continue an ongoing conversation on a hot-button topic.
Brother Ross Jackson hit the student during a verbal confrontation in which the two individuals stood eye-to-eye, standing about an inch apart, according to The Red and Black, the student newspaper at the University of Georgia.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 30 and Oct. 6.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of Penn in a recent lawsuit against a neuroscientist who died after exposure to radiation while researching at the University. The plaintiffs plan to appeal the result.
The suspect, a fully-bearded black man wearing construction gear, is still at large.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 23 and Sept. 29.
“It provides a great opportunity for kids to spend time in a positive way,” said Lieutenant Gary Williams, the officer spearheading the center. “I think it allows kids to see that officers are approachable.”
Second-year medical student Ari Frosch died on Sept. 22. He had been on a leave of absence at the time.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 16 and Sept. 22.
The unnamed senior, referred to as John Doe, allegedly sexually assaulted another senior, referred to in the suit as Jane Roe, on June 8.
Faculty members have been given a much larger role this academic year when it comes to dealing with sexual violence.
In the UA New Student Representative race, there was a tie for the candidacy between College freshman Michelle Kim and College freshman Max Grove. There will be a runoff election between these two candidates.
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Sept. 9 and Sept. 15.
“The lack of such notice on this occasion was a big misstep by the school, and they are lucky no Penn students ended up in the crossfire," Engineering sophomore Jordan Rosen said.
On Friday night, when a gunman opened fire on a Philadelphia Police sergent’s cruiser, Penn Police Office Ed Miller jumped into action.
Nicholas Glenn shot two police officers and four bystanders, including a 25-year-old woman who died from her injuries. He was later killed during a firefight with other Philadelphia Police responders.
The suspect, a white male with blond hair, is still at-large and the investigation, coordinated between Penn Police and the Philadelphia Fire Department, is still ongoing.
A UPennAlert was sent around 11:15 p.m. Sunday evening describing a "Robbery no weapon at 4200 Pine St."
"Officer Miller’s bravery underscores the courage and professionalism of our Penn Police force," Gutmann said. "We are blessed to have the best university police department in the nation."