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While the shift to online classes brought the Class of 2020's senior year to an abrupt end without the usual celebrations and an in-person commencement, the pandemic should not overshadow their time at Penn. On campus, the graduates experienced historic moments together such as 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump’s election and the Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl victory. Students also challenged the administration on multiple fronts including a call for divestment from fossil fuels.

Click below to read a recap of the Class of 2020's four years at Penn.

Credit: Alex Fisher (top-left), Julio Sosa (top-right), Illana Wurman (bottom-left), Chase Sutton (bottom-right)