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As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City. document.location = ""
It was a decade of firsts: the first Penn alumnus to be to elected President of the United States, the first Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory, and the first Women's March. document.location = ""
The Penn Museum unveiled the Sphinx that changed locations for the first time in nearly a century on June 12. document.location = ""
The celebration helped to foster more inclusion, support, and recognition of FGLI students. document.location = ""
The protestors continued chanting outside the Inn for about 20 minutes after the meeting was shut down. document.location = ""
Many of the items Penn students and faculty use on campus end up in the wrong place. Here's how to properly dispose of styrofoam, light bulbs, and electronic waste on Penn's campus. document.location = ""
Penn managed to overcome Brown with a 22-yard field goal, giving the Quakers their first Ivy win of the season. Here are some of the best images from the Daily Pennsylvanian photographers who attended the game. To read the recap, click here. 
Take a look at some of the most captivating images from the 2018-19 Penn women's and men's basketball seasons taken by Daily Pennsylvanian photographers.
Guests at the celebration participated in many traditional activities like calavera face painting, making vibrant paper flowers, and eating "pan de muerto," a sweet bread. document.location = ""
There were a variety of edible interpretations of books including "The Catcher in the Rye" and "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie". document.location = ""
The semesterly event features various activities hosted by Penn's different environmental groups. document.location = ""
Despite the rain, many attended the ceremony at the plaza in front of Meyerson Hall, which will be redesigned, renovated, and named Stuart Weitzman Plaza.  document.location = ""
Penn football's disheartening home opener featured their new 1970's throwback uniforms and a new Quaker mascot. document.location = ""
Take a look at DP Multimedia's favorite moments from last season's ten Penn football games. The season was filled with wild wins and losses and cinematic moments like the ones below.  document.location = ""
Over 60 students attended "Sniff: Perfumed Oils of the Ancient World," the first of several workshops in Penn Museum's 2019-2020 Making Workshop series. document.location = ""
Thousands of students and other protestors filled the streets of Center City to advocate for policy changes to help resist the present and future effects of climate change. The march in Philadelphia was a part of the second 'Global Climate Strike,' a series of simultaneous protests across the world.  document.location = ""
Penn President Amy Gutmann revealed the name at an event celebrating the first cohort of fourth-year residents in NCH's Heyman Courtyard, flanked by blue and red balloons and filled with students with backpacks and staff members in suits. document.location = ""
The 31st Annual Philadelphia Pride Parade marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and commemorated the accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ movement. Notable speakers and performers at the event included Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenny, Governor Wolf, Drag Queen VinChelle, and musician David Hernandez.  document.location = ""
This season was an immense success for Penn men's lacrosse. It was the team's first 6-0 record in Ivy play since 1984, as well as its first NCAA quarterfinal appearance since 1989. document.location = ""
Every day, students study and enjoy the historical mystique of the Fisher Fine Arts Library, the oldest library on Penn's campus. However, many students might not ever travel beyond the eye-catching Reading Room. This photo essay shows all of the many resources Fisher Fine Arts has to offer that may have been hidden before. document.location = ""