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*Penn junior Shelby Fortin* will try to lead the women’s swim team to victory in two dual meets this weekend. Fortin has already set two school records this season for the Quakers, who haven’t competed since Jan. 19.
The DP reports from the 52nd Presidential Inauguration of President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.
After a week of recruitment, girls received bids from sororities on campus Wednesday night at Perelman Quadrangle.
*Senior Melissa Parratto* is hoping to end her career at Sheerr Pool on a high note against Yale and Dartmouth on Saturday. The veteran has logged times in the 100 and 200 meter butterfly, 1000m freestyle and 200 and 400m individual medleys in her final season for the Red and Blue.
*Junior Shelby Fortin* shined for the Quakers in a 159-140 loss to Columbia on Friday at Sheerr Pool, winning three individual races and taking part in a record-setting performance.
Coach Al Bagnoli led Penn to its sixth straight victory over Princeton on Saturday. In 21 years at the helm, Bagnoli has 17 wins over the Tigers.
"Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the Palestra Monday evening to support President Barack Obama's campaign for re-election.":http://www.thedp.com/r/f2478c6c
In the first of the DP's Word on the Walk political series, reporter Neyha Sheth asked how people viewed their next president. *Related:* "Would you vote for a third-party candidate?":http://www.thedp.com/multimedia/26307 "What is the most important issue in this election?":http://www.thedp.com/multimedia/26343
*Wide receiver Whit Shaw* is one of eight seniors on the sprint football team. The upperclassmen must lead the young squad Saturday against Army.
Sprint football defeats Mansfield 16-13 with a field goal from Kai Peng at the end of the fourth quarter.
*Penn sprint football coach Bill Wagner* has been at the helm for 43 years and has led the Quakers to four CSFL championships. He also was an assistant baseball coach until 2005.