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Penn football returns to Franklin Field for spring scrimmage

With music blaring and family members looking on from the stands, Penn football took to the field this past weekend to play their annual spring scrimmage. Freshman Tyler Herrick and junior Will Fischer-Colbrie both took snaps throughout the game as Coach Priore continues to look for a replacement for the team's senior quarterback Alek Torgersen. Tight end Matt Norton, defensive lineman Taheeb Sonekan and running back Abe Willows also made themselves known and will be on Priore's radar for the 2017 season.Photos by Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor and Sam Holland | Associate Photo Editor



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Penn Holi 2017: Celebrate Your Colors

Students gathered on college green today to celebrate Penn Holi in color. The event started out with performances by Penn Hype, Onda Latina, Penn Masti, Penn Thillana, Penn Raas, and Pan-Asian Dance Troupe. Then at 3:30pm, college green turned into a field of colored powder.  Joy Lee | News Photo EditorPhotos by David Zhou, Pranay Vemulamada, Mark Shtrakhman, and Sam Holland



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Take Back the Night

On the evening of April 6, 2017, Penn students marched across campus to protest sexual, relationship, and domestic violence. A tradition at Penn, Take Back the Night is organized by Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP). This year's event included a keynote speaker, march, and survivor speak-out.  Joy Lee | News Photo Editor



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Spring sports in full bloom

The spring sports season has seen a host of successes so far in 2017, with women's lacrosse ranked in the top 10 nationally, track and field breaking various school records, and baseball winning ten of its last 11 games.Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor



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Penn Class of 2021 Acceptance Reactions

Watch admitted Quakers react to their acceptances into the University of Pennsylvania! Read our editorial: What potential Quakers need to know. http://www.thedp.com/article/2017/04/editorial-accepted-students



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"Neo-Renaissance" Fashion Show

On Saturday April 1, Penn Fashion Collective's week long Penn Fashion Week culminated in their "Neo-Renaissance" fashion show. This was both student-organized and student-run. The runway featured Penn students modeling outfits designed by their peers. // Joy Lee | News Photo EditorPhotos by Katie Zhao | Contributing Photographer



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Biden visits Penn

Former Vice President Joe Biden had his second official visit to Penn today since it was announced he would be a professor at Penn. He participated in a Q&A session with President Amy Gutmann, where they talked about everything from international politics to President Donald Trump.Photos by Ananya Chandra



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SPEC Fling headliner reveal celebration

Penn SPEC had their Fling lineup release celebration to celebrate this year's performers: Zedd and Tinashe. Members of SPEC threw balloons in the air on Locust Walk, each with a piece of paper inside, and students rushed to pop the balloons. Two lucky students, Irene Su and Katrina Seykora, were the winners of free fling tickets for this year's concert.Photos by Ananya Chandra



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Research at Penn: Part 1, Social Impact Microfinance

In the first part in a series of research projects here at Penn, learn about attempts to improve the world of social impact microfinance. Simon Oh walks us through his work, experiences, and goals.