Articles by Ece Yildirim

09/16/20 1:32am
Outside the venue, at least 200 people gathered for an anti-Trump demonstration organized by Refuse Fascism Philly and the Penn Community for Justice. 
09/09/20 12:45am
According to the Division of Public Safety's website, the perpetrators were two men on two different dirt bikes, possibly chased by a dark-colored Honda Pilot SUV last seen heading east on Chestnut Street at 34th Street.
09/07/20 1:24am
Police Free Penn, a social justice group formed in June, plans to continue to host informal lectures, or teach-ins, throughout the semester. 
09/07/20 12:17am
The rally, which was endorsed by campus groups Penn Community for Justice and Police Free Penn, included an hour of speeches in front of City Hall before the crowd marched to the Philadelphia Police headquarters.
02/27/20 8:55pm
In this week's crime log, personal thefts in campus buildings and assault on an officer making an arrest.
02/13/20 7:54pm
In this week's crime log: thefts from Huntsman, Van Pelt, and CVS. On January 31, a confidential case of rape was reported.
01/27/20 12:00am
Currently, students can connect to Penn Police by picking up the phone from any of the 700 blue light phone boxes on campus. The proposed change would replace the boxes' phones with a button.
12/05/19 7:12pm
The event featured TED-style talks from three Penn faculty members who study how pain is perceived by the brain. 
11/17/19 9:39pm
The app — “This App Saves Lives” — offers rewards for safe driving in the Philadelphia region that can be redeemed at popular restaurants.
11/12/19 8:07pm
The study found that acetate, a product of alcohol breakdown in the liver, travels up to the brain's learning centers to affect how mouse models respond to alcohol in the environment. 
11/05/19 5:54pm
The event featured four Latina poets: Marta López-Luaces, Lizabel Mónica, Azahara Palomeque, and Mercedes Roffé.
10/20/19 7:57pm
The course, "Archaeology in Pop Culture," will be offered as a freshman seminar taught by Anthropology professor Douglas Smit. 
09/16/19 11:33pm
At the event, which was organized by Benjamin Franklin Scholars, Duckworth gave what she called a “highlight reel” of her best-selling book “Grit" to a crowd of over 40 students. 
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