Articles by Madeleine Lamon
Man accused of murdering Blaze Bernstein set to appear in court again in AugustBlaze Bernstein, a Penn sophomore, went missing while home in California for winter break in January 2018 before his body was found in a local park.
Penn's board of trustees approves hundreds of millions for construction costs at meetingThe trustees also approved the creation of two new master's degrees in genetic counseling and biomedical informatics through the Perelman School of Medicine.
Judge revokes bail set for former Penn student's alleged murdererSamuel Woodward's next pre-trial hearing is slated to take place in January 2019.
CBS airs film on former Penn student Blaze Bernstein and his alleged killer in '48 Hours' episodeEntitled "In the Name of Hate," the nearly hour long episode featured interviews from Bernstein's friends and family.
Former Penn classmates remember Jerry Rabinowitz: ‘I don’t think I’ve ever met a finer human being’Rabinowitz died as one of the 11 people killed in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting massacre.
Penn stands in solidarity at vigil for victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shootingPenn President Amy Gutmann condemned the recent increase in anti-Semitic incidents in the United States and paid homage to Penn graduate Jerry Rabinowitz, who was among those killed in the attack.
Penn grad sues Castle for negligence after flaming marshmallow causes permanent scarringDavis's complaint states the alleged incident took place at a fraternity event, "Magic Gardens Halloween," on Oct. 27, 2017 at an off-campus venue at 5126 Warren St.
Attorney steps down from representing man accused of murdering Penn student Blaze BernsteinThe judge also continued Samuel Woodward's post preliminary hearing arraignment until Nov. 9.
Judge orders man charged in murder of Penn student Blaze Bernstein to stand trialThe evidence and testimonies presented at the pre-trial hearing provided the most vivid glimpse into the interactions and relationship of Woodward and Bernstein leading up to Bernstein's death.
Longtime Penn Women's Center Director Litty Paxton becomes associate dean in AnnenbergAs the PWC Director, she oversaw the establishment of Penn Violence Prevention and the center's first lactation room.
Man charged with murder of Penn student Blaze Bernstein denies hate crime chargesSamuel Woodward, 21, could face life in prison without parole if convicted of the crime with the sentencing enhancement of a hate crime.
The cast of 'Creed II' spotted on Penn's campusEarlier this month, 'Creed' star Michael B. Jordan and his co-stars, Sylvester Stallone, and Tessa Thompson were spotted in various locations across Philadelphia.
After 'disparaging' comments on black students, Amy Wax barred from teaching first-year courseThe announcement came days after the launch of a petition calling on Penn Law's dean to take action against Wax for stating that black students have never graduated top of their class.
Penn admin. call for suggestions on how to improve procedures around sexual harassmentThe email asked recipients to submit their 'ideas and suggestions' on how to improve Penn's policies around sexual harassment by Apr. 6, adding that comments would be kept confidential.
Penn's cost of attendance will exceed $70,000 next year — a 3.8 percent increaseTuition will increase from $47,416 to $49,220, room and board from $15,066 to $15,616, and fees from $6,118 to $6,364, according to the resolution posed at Board of Trustee meeting today.
In new op-ed, Amy Wax slams lack of 'civil discourse,' alleges that Penn asked her to leaveWax alleges that Law School Dean Ted Ruger asked her 'to take a leave of absence next year and to cease teaching a mandatory first-year course.'
Deans at Penn's graduate schools have emailed students urging them to vote against a unionGraduate students received permission in December 2017 from the Philadelphia National Labor Relations Board to hold an election deciding whether or not they will form a union.
How Penn experienced the historic Super Bowl win for the EaglesTo gauge reactions across campus and Philadelphia, The Daily Pennsylvanian dispatched reporters across the city to see how fans are responding.
An armed robbery near 35th and Chestnut streets prompts UPenn alertThe Division of Public Safety's website described the suspect as a roughly 20-year-old thin, black man, donning an orange jacket.