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In Photos: Philadelphia protesters march for Daunte Wright and police abolition

Protesters marched through Center City and South Philadelphia on April 13 demanding justice for Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man who was killed by a Minn. police officer. document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2021/04/daunte-wright-black-lives-matter-philadelphia-protest-photo-gallery"



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In Photos: After a year off the field, Penn athletics returns to competition

After over one year without sporting events, the Quakers returned to competition on Mar. 27 under new health and safety guidelines. Here's what the first week of games looked like.  document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2021/04/spring-sports-local-competition-philadelphia-2021-photo-gallery"



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Opinion | How a Penn Grad Turned a Neurobiology Degree into a Professional Magic Career

Most Penn students hope to become doctors, lawyers, or consultants. Daniel Roy became a magician. Find out how and why he did it with Opinion Columnist Varun Saraswathula. If you want to learn more about Daniel and his work, check him out on social media: Website: https://danielroymagic.com/​ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR71...​ Instagram: @danielroymagic TikTok: @danielroymagic



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A Year of COVID-19 and Counting

As Penn passes the anniversary of campus closing in light of the pandemic, The Daily Pennsylvanian looks back on some of the year’s defining COVID-19 moments.



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In Photos: The pandemic’s mark on Penn’s campus, one year later

Last April, Daily Pennsylvanian photographers documented what campus looked like one month into the pandemic. We revisited some of the locations this month, one year into the pandemic, to see what's changed. document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2021/03/penn-campus-covid-one-year-later-coronaversary-photo-gallery"



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In Photos: Students relax on campus for two-day ‘Spring Stay’ in lieu of typical travel

During a spring break unlike any other, Penn hosted a variety of "Spring Stay" events from March 10-14. Here's how some students enjoyed spring break on-campus. document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2021/03/spring-stay-break-photo-gallery"



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Word on the Walk | What Does Black History Month Mean to You?

Beat Reporter Sheila Hodges asks Penn students and Philadelphia residents what Black History Month means to them and how they’re celebrating it this year.



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Photo Essay | Always seen, but what do they mean? The stories of 11 iconic campus sculptures

Penn's campus is enriched at every corner by illustrious works of art. From looming statues to intricate gates, these are eleven sculptures that bring campus to life. document.location = "https://www.thedp.com/article/2021/02/penn-campus-statues-art-architecture-photo-essay"



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Isolation Diaries: Sansom Place West

The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with three students from Sansom Place West, the dorm for students isolating after testing positive for COVID-19. This is what they had to say.