Articles by Molly Cohen
Penn police captain removed from position after allegedly assaulting Phila. high school studentSources said that DPS initially suspended Nicole McCoy with pay and then later permanently terminated her months after the incident on December 21.
Penn community to honor life of 2022 College graduate Jamie Albrecht at Kelly Writers HouseAs a Penn student, Albrecht won the 2022 Creative Writing Honors Thesis Prize for the poetry manuscript "What Have You."
Inaugural commanding DEI officer no longer with Penn Police after unannounced departureMcCoy's unexpected departure, which was not initially made public, leaves the position vacant.
President Joe Biden makes unexpected visit to Penn's campus, gallery at Addams HallThis is Biden's second time visiting campus as president.
Penn covers up sign of rowing center named after former coach amid sexual assault allegationsThe covering-up occurred two days after The Daily Pennsylvanian reported that the filmmaker, Jennifer Fox, demanded that the University remove Ted Nash's name from the rowing center.
Former Wharton vice dean resigns as Temple University presidentJason Wingard’s resignation comes after a series of recent events sparked outrage from members of the Temple community.
Penn Police officer discharged from hospital after being struck in purposeful hit-and-runThe incident happened at around 10:30 p.m. at 40th and Sansom Streets.
Students protest 76ers stadium proposal in Chinatown outside of Board of Trustees meetingProtestors remained outside the Inn at Penn for over two hours, and students and community members spoke to the crowd about why protecting Chinatown is important to them.
Protestors from Penn, Drexel call for direct University action to preserve UC TownhomesPenn does not own nor has plans to purchase the UC Townhomes property, and administrators have said that it does not have any direct control over the redevelopment plans for the Townhomes property site.
Fried chicken restaurant Wishbone closes University City location after 10 yearsWishbone offered a menu that included buttermilk battered chicken tenders and wings, mac and cheese, salads, biscuits, vintage sodas, and cornbread, along with an array of homemade dipping sauces.
'Safety and security is what we do': New chief of Penn Police talks prioritiesWilliams — who was appointed as the interim chief of police in May 2022 — was announced as the new chief of police on Jan. 17.
Shooting at 40th and Market streets prompts UPennAlert, results in one deathA 21-year-old male suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the face and neck. He was transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 9:50 p.m.
Penn denies allegations of foreign influence at Biden Center after House inquiry to MagillThe letter comes after reports of classified documents being found at the Penn Biden Center were announced on Jan. 9.
Annual MLK symposium to include service events, 1619 Project lectureThe symposium begins with the MLK Day of Service kickoff breakfast at Houston Hall.
The full interview: Liz Magill talks to the DP one year after her presidential nominationThe DP sat down with Penn President Liz Magill in her College Hall office on Jan. 9 to discus her first semester at Penn and the future of the University.
Wharton Dean Erika James talks new book, crisis leadership in interview with the DPJames told The Daily Pennsylvanian that she hopes the book will help people recognize challenges as a means to better prepare them with navigating future unexpected situations.
Former Penn professor and Penn Museum curator David Bourke O’Connor has died at 84O’Connor served as a professor of ancient Egyptian history and archeology and as a curator of the Penn Museum's Egyptian collection, according to the Penn Almanac.
Sheryl Crow performs at packed concert event celebrating Magill’s inaugurationThe celebration — which took place on Shoemaker Green on Oct. 21 — included free food from local vendors, giveaways of picnic blankets, and games, in addition to the live music.
Several colleges have used an artificial intelligence tool to track student protestsThe investigation– which was conducted by The Dallas Morning News and through a Pulitzer Center fellowship — shows that college police departments used the AI service Social Sentinel to monitor students’ social media activity.