Articles by Harry Cooperman
Senior column by Harry Cooperman | Life after deathI always tell people that my semester abroad in Paris was the highlight of my time at Penn. That’s partly because I was able to live in another country, speak a foreign language and see the world.
Paris dispatch: Solidarity, mourning in the face of terrorEverywhere I walk, there are signs of support and unity. “Je suis Charlie.” “Nous sommes Charlie.” I am — we are — Charlie.
Over 100 march through campus to protest Ferguson decision“Hands up, don’t shoot,” the protesters shouted as they marched onto College Green.
Philadelphia named finalist to host Democratic National ConventionThe Democratic National Committee, also known as the DNC, announced on Monday that Philadelphia will be one of three finalists that could host the party's 2016 national convention.
Fifteen Title IX complaints filed against Penn since 2002Fifteen Title IX complaints were filed against Penn since 2002, although federal officials did not find against the University in any of the cases.
Crime Log: Oct. 24 – Oct. 30See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between Oct. 24 and Oct. 30, 2014.
This Week in Penn History: Debating OSC disciplinary reportsA University committee was discussing whether Penn should release the names of students who were found responsible by the Office of Student Conduct of committing violent crimes or non-forcible sex offenses.
New sexual assault process discussed at U. CouncilPenn's General Counsel Wendy White confirmed in an interview after Wednesday's University Council meeting that Penn will implement its new disciplinary process for sexual assaults next semester.
Coming to a party near you: Penn AdministratorsThis effort is part of a new task force which aims reduce dangers related to heavy drinking including violence and hospital transports on campus
DPS investigates cyclist incident with alleged excessive forceThe Division of Public Safety is investigating an incident where a Penn Police officer allegedly used excessive force against a person riding her bicycle on campus, CBS News reported Thursday night.
DPS issues advisory after string of burglariesThe advisory said that items were stolen from homes on the west end of campus.
Girl dies after fall from 42nd and Locust apartmentAn eight-year-old girl died earlier today after falling out of an apartment building blocks away from campus, CBS Philly first reported Wednesday morning.
Former Penn track athlete charged with criminal mischiefFormer Penn track athlete Timothy Hamlett, a College junior, was charged with multiple charges of criminal mischief and one charge of reckless assault on Monday, his lawyer confirmed on Tuesday night.
Higher Ed RoundupRead about what happened at other colleges and universities last week
College senior's death ruled a suicideThe death of Theodric Reed, a College senior who studied English, was ruled a suicide, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed.
College senior dies in CaliforniaCollege senior Theodric "Theo" Reed died suddenly on Sunday at his home in California, according to an email sent out earlier today to students who knew him.
Crime Log: Aug. 8 – Aug. 14Two men trying to dine and dash without paying at Chilis and an unaffiliated man kicking an affiliated female are among the crimes reported in the Penn Patrol Zone between Aug. 8 and Aug. 14, 2014.
Former Penn Police officer charged with making false statements to fedsA former Penn Police Officer was charged on Tuesday with having a gun in a federal facility and making false statements to federal law enforcement officers.
Wharton undergrad research director to departMartin Asher, director of Research and Scholars Programs for Wharton undergraduates, will leave his position on August 22, 2014.