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Credit: Kylie Cooper

From the Philadelphia Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl victory to an unprecedented pandemic, the Class of 2021's four years at Penn were marked by celebrations, controversies, and change. 

While the COVID-19 pandemic marred their final three semesters, the graduates experienced a number of historic moments together, such as the election of former Penn Presidential Professor of Practice Joe Biden and a nationwide college admissions scandal. Students turned out in record numbers on campus to vote in local and national elections and challenged the administration on multiple fronts, including the sophomore housing policy and the name of Penn Law School.

Click below to read a recap of the Class of 2021's four years at Penn.

Credit: Chase Sutton (top-left), Illana Wurman (top-right), Kylie Cooper (bottom-left), Kylie Cooper (bottom-right)