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Credit: Chase Sutton , Sukhmani Kaur, Kylie Cooper, Max Mester, Jesse Zhang, Anna Vazhaeparambil

Months into the Class of 2023's first year at Penn, students were instructed to evacuate campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Since then, these students have adjusted to changing health regulations, new University administrators, and the national political landscape. Graduating seniors witnessed the first change in Penn's presidency in nearly two decades and protested issues concerning them, the West Philadelphia community, and people around the world.

Click below to take a look at the Class of 2023's four years at Penn.