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Credit: Jesse Zhang

While the COVID-19 pandemic served as a major interruption to their four years at the University, the Class of 2022's Penn experience was bookended by major on-campus, in-person community events and celebrations.

Across their four years, the Class of 2022 fought for change at the University and in Philadelphia, from challenging the sophomore housing policy to rallying behind graduate Mackenzie Fierceton in her battle with the University. The class turned out in record numbers on campus to vote in local and national elections and celebrated the election of former Penn Presidential Professor of the Practice and President Joe Biden.

Click below to relive the Class of 2022's four years at Penn.

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