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Students organize to march in protest of the repeal of DACA on Wednesday, Sept. 13. The Trump administration's elimination will affect an estimated 800,000 DREAMers across the United States, pending further action by Congress. This March follows a statement released by President Amy Gutmann, Provost Wendell Pritchett and EVP Craig Carnaroli on September 6th pledging to protect and defend Penn students who may be affected by these events. Sam Holland | Associate Photo Editor
This past weekend, students from Penn and other universities gathered for the biannual PennApps. They filled the rooms and hallways of the Engineering quad coding, sleeping, and eating. Joy Lee | News Photo Editor
Monday night, the class of 2021 gathered on College Green for Convocation. President Amy Gutmann, along with others, officially welcomed the new freshmen class to Penn. Daniel Xu | Staff Photographer
On May 15, 2017, seniors, faculty, administrators, family, and friends gathered in Franklin Field to celebrate the graduation of Penn's class of 2017. This was Penn's 261st Commencement. // Carson Kahoe | Senior Photographer
We were able to sit down with several of Penn's senior athletes and discuss their feelings on retirement. Some had their season end abruptly, while others spent hours wondering when (and how) their collegiate career would end. The athletes had varying perspectives on how their careers turned out and what the future would bring for them, but all of them had many valuable memories to share. Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor
Athletes from all across the country and the world came to Franklin Field this weekend to compete in the 123rd Penn Relays, with competitors ranging from middle school students to Olympians to masters athletes. Penn track and field had a strong showing as the team set school records in the women's 4x800, men's distance medley, women's 100m hurdles, women's 4x1500, women's 4x100, and women's hammer throw.  Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor
On Thursday, April 27th, Penn's campus was swamped with hat-biting, cane-wielding juniors in red shirts as they marched down Locust Walk to celebrate Hey Day, the transition into senior year. Photos by David Zhou and Idil Demirdag
Amidst Friday's evening showers, Tinashe and Zedd took the stage at Penn Park for this year's fling concert. They performed hits such as Company and Closer to a crowd of drenched attendees, keeping the student body animated throughout the inclement weather.Photos by Julio Sosa
With music blaring and family members looking on from the stands, Penn football took to the field this past weekend to play their annual spring scrimmage. Freshman Tyler Herrick and junior Will Fischer-Colbrie both took snaps throughout the game as Coach Priore continues to look for a replacement for the team's senior quarterback Alek Torgersen. Tight end Matt Norton, defensive lineman Taheeb Sonekan and running back Abe Willows also made themselves known and will be on Priore's radar for the 2017 season.Photos by Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor and Sam Holland | Associate Photo Editor
Students gathered on college green today to celebrate Penn Holi in color. The event started out with performances by Penn Hype, Onda Latina, Penn Masti, Penn Thillana, Penn Raas, and Pan-Asian Dance Troupe. Then at 3:30pm, college green turned into a field of colored powder.  Joy Lee | News Photo EditorPhotos by David Zhou, Pranay Vemulamada, Mark Shtrakhman, and Sam Holland
On the evening of April 6, 2017, Penn students marched across campus to protest sexual, relationship, and domestic violence. A tradition at Penn, Take Back the Night is organized by Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP). This year's event included a keynote speaker, march, and survivor speak-out.  Joy Lee | News Photo Editor
The spring sports season has seen a host of successes so far in 2017, with women's lacrosse ranked in the top 10 nationally, track and field breaking various school records, and baseball winning ten of its last 11 games.Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor
On Saturday April 1, Penn Fashion Collective's week long Penn Fashion Week culminated in their "Neo-Renaissance" fashion show. This was both student-organized and student-run. The runway featured Penn students modeling outfits designed by their peers. // Joy Lee | News Photo EditorPhotos by Katie Zhao | Contributing Photographer
Former Vice President Joe Biden had his second official visit to Penn today since it was announced he would be a professor at Penn. He participated in a Q&A session with President Amy Gutmann, where they talked about everything from international politics to President Donald Trump.Photos by Ananya Chandra
Penn SPEC had their Fling lineup release celebration to celebrate this year's performers: Zedd and Tinashe. Members of SPEC threw balloons in the air on Locust Walk, each with a piece of paper inside, and students rushed to pop the balloons. Two lucky students, Irene Su and Katrina Seykora, were the winners of free fling tickets for this year's concert.Photos by Ananya Chandra
Are you ready for Fling? Check out these past photos of Fling from 1984 to 2016, and get excited for one crazy fun weekend! Joy Lee | News Photo Editor
No. 12 Penn women's basketball lost a heartbreaking game to No. 5 Texas A&M 63-61 in the first round of the NCAA tournament after leading by 21 points with 9 minutes left in the game.Photos by Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor and Ilana Wurman | Senior Photographer 
After a surprisingly warm February, last night, snow storm Stella made its way across the Northeast and blanketed Penn in a sheet of white. Classes have been canceled as the snow continues to fall today. Students are enjoying the day off in this winter wonderland. Joy Lee | News Photo Editor
Penn women's basketball capped off an incredible season by defeating the Princeton Tigers 57-48 to win the inaugural Ivy League Basketball Tournament. Zach Sheldon | Sports Photo Editor