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In Photos: Renovating College Hall, brick by brick

Just over six months since renovations began on the west wing of College Hall, The Daily Pennsylvanian took a tour of the construction site for an inside look into the changes coming to this historic landmark and the stories behind them. document.location = ""

In Photos: Penn community welcomes Class of 2027, transfer students to campus

From meeting Penn President Liz Magill during move in to spending an evening at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and witnessing the annual Convocation ceremony, these first moments for the Class of 2027 and transfer students marked their early transition to Penn. document.location = ""

In Photos: Protesters march from Chinatown to City Hall, opposing proposed 76ers arena

Here's how Philadelphia protested the plans to build a new basketball arena in the Chinatown area. document.location = ""

Wharton senior talks about her Penn experience and future plans

Abby Shaffer talks about her experiences at UPenn and her plans after college during an interview with the DP's Recruiter's Row.

In Photos: Penn community "Takes Back the Night"

Penn's annual Take Back the Night event took place last week. The evening included speeches, performances, a march through campus, and concluded with a survivors' vigil. document.location = ""

Penn Students Protest for RA Union Recognition

Around 70 students and community members joined a rally on Penn's campus in support of resident advisors and graduate assistants’ efforts to unionize. The rally comes after the University argued that RAs and GAs are “not employees” in response to their recent filing for official union recognition. Penn instead classified the group as student leaders with an “educational relationship” to Penn since they are not on the payroll. The rally, which was organized by United RAs at Penn, was held on Friday and featured guest speakers such as Philadelphia mayoral candidate and 1993 College graduate Helen Gym. Read more:

Penn Class of 2027 Regular Decision Acceptance Reactions

Penn announced regular decision admission results for the Class of 2027 after receiving a record number of applications. More than 59,000 students applied to Penn this cycle, the largest first-year applicant pool in Penn's history, and over 4,500 more applications than the Class of 2026 and over 3,000 more than the Class of 2025. Read more:

In Photos: How the Penn community celebrated Holi 2023

Here's how the Penn community celebrated Holi 2023: Embrace Your Colors. document.location = ""