As classes end and reading days roll around, Penn students start gearing up for the last hurdle before winter break: finals.
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For many Penn students, Thanksgiving break means going back home to reunite with family, catch up on sleep and feast on turkey. But for many international students, the four-day break isn’t long enough for them to fly back home.
It was a clean sweep.
Welcomed by a sea of applause, former Director of the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University Nadinne Cruz stepped up onto the podium and greeted her audience, saying, “I speak as a practitioner who has stumbled, fallen and experimented with a lot of things.”
Penn students head over to Penn Park to enjoy its athletic and recreational facilities, but in reality, they miss the true gem that’s housed in the park. Tucked away in a corner next to the tennis courts stands a wooden hexagonal apiary — or bee yard — proudly run by the Penn Beekeeping Club.