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Top row (from left to right): Phoebe Sterba, AJ Brodeur, Nia Akins, Adam Goldner, and Mark Evanchick. Middle row (from left to right): Alexa Hoover, Kyle Wilcox (second to left), and Kyle Thorton, Kyle Gallagher, and Mitchell Holcomb. Bottom row (from left to right): Christian Scafidi, Peter Matt, Evan Lee, and Ryan Betley.
Sophomore Anthony Artalona is just one of Penn's 11 wrestlers in the Engineering school.
Sophomore Anthony Artalona
One pitch in the "Your Big Idea" challenge promoted themed-walks and landed in the semifinals.
One of the semifinalist pitches included the idea of having a wellness advisor for every department in Penn's graduate schools.
The Penn Glee Club performed at the conclusion of the event, after all of the ideas had been pitched.
CIS classes are usually completely full and typically have waitlists.
An order of Wawa Sizzlis are a crucial part of junior pitcher Christian Scafidi's pregame routine.
Single-degree CIS students who want to apply for a bachelor’s and master’s degree will need to complete all undergraduate coursework within eight semesters with the new Accelerated Master's Program.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington is looking like a contender for Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors after a strong first year for the Quakers.
College sophomore Sarah Khan is one of the three founders of the club.
(From left to right) Baotram Nguyen, Ouen Mali, and Sarah Khan, three of the leaders of the new Penn Heroes club.