One year ago, Penn asked all students who had gone away for spring break not return to campus, aiming to limit the spread of COVID-19. Students who had remained on campus were instructed to move out of their residences by March 15 — a date that was later extended to March 17. This spring break, Penn asked all students to stay.
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Penn's campus is enriched at every corner by illustrious works of art. While these installations serve the practical purpose of convenient meeting locations for students, many of them also have intriguing backgrounds and unbeknownst meanings. From looming statues to intricate gates, here are 11 statues that bring campus to life.
For the first time since March 2020, thousands of Penn students are living in on-campus housing. The University welcomed students back for the spring semester on Jan. 10, and the move-in period continued until Jan. 17. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, new restrictions and guidelines resulted in a move-in week unlike any other. Here's what it looked like.
Philadelphia’s annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade was canceled this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that didn’t stop some Mummers and residents from marching down 2nd Street to protest Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and celebrate the beginning of 2021.
Although Penn's campus may be closed this semester, there are still plenty of places to get some fresh air and work outside before the weather gets too cold. Here are 15 on-campus locations that are great for attending online classes, studying, and catching up with friends while following social-distancing guidelines.