Philadelphia celebrates the 4th of July with a concert and fireworks.
Students enjoy a weekend of Spring Fling, with a concert starring David Guetta and other festivities.
The Wharton and Penn Law Boxing Clubs organized their 10th Annual Fight Night last Saturday, bringing together students from the two schools to fight it out in a ring at the Class of 1923 Ice Rink. The proceeds from the event will be going to charity, and it is the second-largest individual fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia, a nonprofit that provides after-school programs for youth in the community.
Check out photos of the Quakers defeating Princeton to win the Ivy League title and the celebration afterwards at the Palestra.
A new exhibition featuring more than 150 works from Korea opened yesterday at the Philadelphia Museum of Art amongst a monk performance and a fashion show yesterday. The exhibition contains national treasures and artifacts from the Joseon Dynasty, supplemented by interactive touch-screen displays that allow visitors to interact with the exhibits in digital form.
On Presidents’ Day, the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia, Division of Public Safety, Penn Athletics, the Philadelphia 76ers and Mr Magic Family Entertainment collaborated to hold a carnival for 200 children. The carnival included basketball skills stations led by Sixers instructors, basketball arcade games, a Connect Four station, dance and arts stations, mini golf, airbrush stencil art, balloon and magic stations, green screen photography, and more.
PennApps, a college hackathon hosted semesterly at the University of Pennsylvania, was held this weekend. Teams from different universities came together to hack and code within the 48-hour time period.
The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a tour around the newly-renovated ARCH building, which houses student meeting rooms, CURF, cultural centers and more. The ARCH Building also hosted a re-opening celebration that included the official opening of Rick Bayless’ cafe inside the building, Frontera.
Snapshots of Penn’s Ivy League opener against Princeton as the Quakers came away with a crucial 77-74 victory.