Articles by Najma Dayib

02/25/19 5:00am
Feb. 10: At the Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, at about 12:30 a.m., a male suspect verbally threatened an officer and proceeded to attempt to stab the officer in the neck with a pen. 
02/10/19 4:26am
Jan. 26: A theft was reported at Thai Singha House located at 3906B Chestnut St. with losses totaling more than $200. A Canada Goose jacket was stolen.
02/04/19 1:12am
The group hosts workshops and provides online resources to help Penn students avoid various cases of fraud.
01/28/19 1:50am
The suspect, who is reported as a 5'4" 30 to 40-year-old male, allegedly approached the complainant and indecently touched the complainant’s buttocks.
01/25/19 9:45pm
A UPennAlert was sent out Friday afternoon alerting students about the burglary on the 100 block of South 39th Street.
01/25/19 5:36am
Jan. 16: On the 100 block of S. 40th Street, at around 9:40 a.m., a 26-year-old male was stopped for investigation for a prior retail theft. He then proceeded to run from police officers. 
01/22/19 2:11am
At around 7:15 p.m., students said they heard an announcement over the PA system informing them there was an emergency and to stay in the stairwells. 
11/28/18 3:17am
Building on prior research that examined class stratification and other social factors, Meredith Tamminga is specifically looking at the reasons behind changes in the pronunciation of various words.
11/19/18 3:34am
At Penn, Levy was the women’s tennis coach and played tennis for four years as an undergraduate. The Robert P. Levy Tennis Pavilion is named for him. 
11/06/18 6:31am
The project found that contrary to popular belief, most students spent their summers outside of the coveted fields like technology and finance, engaging in other types of activity.
10/25/18 4:53am
At a dedication ceremony with President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett Tuesday, Ronald and Leonard Lauder, 1965 and 1954 Wharton graduates, respectively, presented the donation.
10/15/18 12:09am
1982 College graduate Ruth Turner and her husband 1982 College graduate and 1985 Penn Law David E. Schulman created a research fund to promote student research at the Center.
09/27/18 11:53pm
International students who major in STEM-designated programs are eligible for an extension allowing them to work in the U.S. on their student visa for a longer time than graduates with other degrees. 
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