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A significant water main breach occurred Tuesday between 36th and 38th streets on Hamilton Walk near the Quad. Penn Fire and Emergency Services responded with an Incident Management Team (IMT), which was on scene to attempt to mitigate the impact on nearby Penn buildings. However, since the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is overseeing repairs, IMT members on scene were unable to comment on efforts to stop the flooding.PWD crews unearthed the pipe beneath Hamilton Walk and opened several fire hydrants in an attempt to decrease pressure in the water main. As of Tuesday evening, PWD crews were still pumping water from the crevice in order to start repair. Hamilton Walk was passable only across plywood bridges.Gregory Boyek | Staff Photographer
Penn women's soccer got their season off to a rough start after going 2-0 down to Maryland early on Sunday, but the Quakers fought hard and can draw positives from their performance, despite the final 3-1 score line.
Members of the Class of 2020 gathered in front of College Hall Monday evening to participate in Convocation, where Amy Gutmann officially welcomed freshmen to Penn. The event was followed by a dessert reception in the Perelman Quadrangle. Welcome Class of 2020!
Wednesday marked the beginning of Freshman Move-In. By Thursday afternoon, most of the Class of 2020 had taken campus by storm, with boxes filled with supplies for the coming year. For freshmen, move-in day is a momentous occasion. For some upperclassmen, it is a time to volunteer and help freshmen make this change. Take a look at the Class of 2020 as it begins its time at Penn. For more pictures, check out this photo gallery on the DP's Facebook page.
The sun wasn't the only thing that came out Wednesday afternoon as freshman pushed crates full of their belongings into New College House. University President Amy Gutmann took her motorcade to the aptly named New College House, opening its doors to students for the first time this semester. For more pictures, please visit this photo album on the DP's Facebook page.
Protesters from all over the United States flocked to Franklin D. Roosevelt Park for the Democratic National Conventional. The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke to some of them to document their stories.Photos by Guyrandy Jean-Gilles | Photo Editor
Sweltering heat didn’t stop hundreds of protesters from surrounding SEPTA’s AT&T station on Monday afternoon, just in time for the official start of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. They held signs with phrases like “Democracy Spring” and “Bernie or Bust,” and many in the crowd called for the party to reject presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton in favor of Vermont senator Bernie Sanders as the Democratic candidate for president in November. Sanders attempted to comfort his supporters in his speech later Monday night, when he said, “we have begun a political revolution to transform America and that revolution — our revolution — continues.” Sanders, who has not formally suspended his presidential campaign, stood by his July 12 endorsement of Clinton for the Democratic nomination.Read more of the Daily Pennsylvanian's coverage of the DNC at the DPolitics blog. Photos by Photo Editor Guyrandy Jean-Gilles, Design Editor Alex Graves and Staff Reporter Mitchell Chan
Black Lives Matter protesters marched past Penn's campus on Market Street around 8 p.m. on Sunday. They held signs and chanted, "Show me what democracy looks like, this is what democracy looks like," and "What do we want? Justice. If we don't get it? Shut it down." The march progressed to City Hall, with intermittent stops to allow individuals to speak about their experiences with racism and share ideas to enact tangible change. At City Hall, the largest group of people gathered to chant and share ideas and experiences, and then the march continued past it. Photos by Guyrandy Jean-Gilles | Photo Editor
Franklin Square, at 6th and Race Streets, is alight with Chinese lanterns each night until June 12. Philadelphia's first-ever Chinese Lantern Festival features 25 illuminated lanterns, hand-crafted giant flowers, a three story pogoda and a 200-foot-long Chinese dragon.  Photos by Guyrandy Jean-Gilles | Photo Editor
At around 6:45 p.m, an alarm went off at Harnwell signaling the start of a flood due to a broken sprinkler. Residential services worked hours to clear the flooded halls and rooms, starting with the seventh floor and working their way down. Students utilized nearby trashcans as makeshift water collectors in their rooms to mitigate the flooding as they waited for assistance from the school.The water eventually reached the mezzanine, with tiles collapsing from the ceiling.  Students who wished to be relocated for the night were accommodated by the school, as many must study for finals happening in the coming days. An article on the situation can be found here.Photos by Julio Sosa | News Photo Editor
During SPEC's annual Fling concert, EDM artist 3LAU and Chance the Rapper took the stage at Franklin Field. Although Chance almost cancelled his set due to illness, making the audience wait almost 90 minutes between 3LAU and Chance's performances, the show was a success. Chance played crowd favorites like "Sunday Candy" and "Cocoa Butter Kisses," while 3LAU played mashups of popular songs along with a few originals. Photos by Julio Sosa and Susanna Jaramillo
Penn Softball played a double header against Saint Joseph's at Penn Park on Wednesday, April 20th. Winning 7-0 in the first game, and 4-1 in the second, the team had a strong performance at Penn Park. Next up, the Quakers will be playing four games against Cornell this weekend at Penn Park.
Tuesday afternoon, La Salle headed to Meiklejohn Stadium to take on Penn baseball as the Quakers powered past the Explorers on the heels of a four-run fifth inning to win the midweek contest, 9-3.
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) 
On Sunday, Penn football held its annual Spring Game at Franklin Field, running a series of situational drills pitting coach Ray Priore's offense against its own defense as students and alumni watched.
The United Minorities Council hosted "Celebration of Culture 2016: FORMATION" in the Penn Dental School on Saturday night to bring together and showcase different cultures on Penn's campus. The event included ethnic food, a fashion show and dances by some of Penn's cultural groups including WAVE and Penn Yalla.Photos by Melissa Tustin-Gore | Staff Photographer
At approximately 3:50 a.m. a black Laredo Jeep speeding down Walnut Street collided with a white Toyota Solara at the intersection of 38th and Walnut, according to police and bystanders at the scene. Debris and glass littered the intersection, with police arriving on the scene shortly after the crash. The black Jeep was traveling at least 65 miles per hour and had sped past three red traffic lights before crashing with the Toyota, said taxi driver Mohammad Ali, who witnessed the event. (Photos by Julio Sosa | News Photo Editor) 
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held a rally Wednesday night on Temple's campus. The rally drew a crowd of over 10,000, of which not all could fit into the venue. 
On April 6, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke with members of Pennsylvania's AFL-CIO chapter about her plans to raise wages and protect American jobs. Among the labor sector, Clinton has a significant leg up on rival Bernie Sanders. (Photos by Olly Liu | Associate Photo Editor)