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Photo Essay | Penn’s standout moments from the 2010s

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 Story of 2019

As 2019 comes to a close, The Daily Pennsylvanian looked back on some of the highlights from the year.

Photo Essay | CultureFest celebrates Ramadan, Mid-Autumn Festival, and the Dragon Boat Festival

Museum guests were able to visit creation stations ranging from Posadas activity to Chinese calligraphy, stamping provided "passports" as they visited each station and traveled the world through the museum's galleries.  document.location = ""

Hi Penn: News Flash (12/9)

In the final Hi Penn of the year, Kelly Heinzerling recaps the new Penn Transit shuttle to Trader Joe's, the newly released Faces of Black Penn magazine, and more.

DP Sports Editor vs. Fencing Sabre Captain Miranda Gieg

The DP sent its very own sports editor Will DiGrande to try to beat Miranda Gieg, sabre captain of the Penn women’s fencing team. How will he do? Watch to find out!

Hong Kong democracy activist Nathan Law discusses protests

The current Yale student spoke in Houston Hall on Monday night as part of the Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy's "Politics on the Edge" lecture series.

Hi Penn: News Flash (11/25)

In this week's episode of "Hi Penn," Kelly Heinzerling discusses the new student-run diner coming to Houston Hall, the record $25 million donation to the School of Engineering, and more.

Photo Essay | The best on- and off-campus cafe study spots

As finals season approaches, The Daily Pennsylvanian has gathered the best cafes for studying in University City, West Philadelphia, and Center City. document.location = ""

Fighting for a sustainable future (pt. 3): The future of climate action

In the third and final episode of the DP’s three-part video series “Fighting for a sustainable future,” professors and students come together to discuss potential solutions and the next steps required to combat issues surrounding climate change on campus.