Tuesday afternoon, prospective students visiting for Quaker Days were shuffled onto tour buses destined for Old City. After the prospective students had become acquainted with Philadelphia, the buses turned toward the Franklin Institute— home of the third annual "Last Hurrah," the grand finale of the Quaker Days programming. Franklin Institute, having been transformed with hues of red and blue, was rented out by Penn specifically for the Quaker Days celebration. At the Last Hurrah the prospective students mingled, explored the institute's exhibits, enjoyed Dean Furda's shenanigans, and danced the night away. (Photos by Julio Sosa | News Photo Editor)
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