University President Amy Gutmann kicked off her visit to New College House with smiles and selfies as she greeted new students.
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Maria (left), a rising freshman in Engineering, just moved to Penn's New College House from Ukraine.
Many more freshmen, eager to begin their Penn experience, will be moving in tomorrow just before the start of New Student Orientation.
President Gutmann posed with students in New College House's airy courtyard.
Marsha Edwards, from Miami, Florida, is excited to live in the "very beautiful" New College House. This academic year is its first in use since its completion.
Upperclassmen, volunteering to help freshmen move in, pushed boxes for the new students.
Maria (left), a rising freshman in Engineering, moved to Penn's New College House, her first choice in housing, from Ukraine.
University President Amy Gutmann kicked off her visit by talking to students and taking some selfies.
President Gutmann posed with freshmen in New College House's interior courtyard.
Many more freshmen, eager to begin their Penn experience, will move in on Thursday, just before the start of New Student Orientation.
Here's a list of vocabulary that will help you survive your first year at Penn.
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