Penn Program in Environmental Humanities Faculty Director and professor Bethany Wiggin's whiteboard.
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Vanessa Dib (right) is a leader on a very young but talented women's epee team.
Sophomore Vanessa Dib secured wins in all of her matches against defending national champion Columbia.
“I’m so happy that [the collection] could come here and be referenced later through the years, because it’s such a carefully kept archive,” Bryan said.
The exhibit showcased Bryan's original works used to create "Infinite Hope."
Ashley Bryan discussed illustrations and pieces of writing he produced during his time in the segregated United States Army.
Penn women's fencing had a strong showing at the PSU Garrett Open with seven top-10 finishes, including an eighth-place finish by sophomore epee Vanessa Dib.
Dr. Wiggin's whiteboard in her office.
Some of the posters hanging of Dr. Wiggin's wall.
Some of the objects on display were ancient distillation vessels and perfume containers like this amphora.
Ristvet showed students various perfume-related museum artifacts which were taken out of storage specifically for the event.
The event, "Sniff: Perfumed Oils of the Ancient World," had 60 students in attendance.
Museum curator and Anthropology professor Lauren Ristvet explained how scents are viewed differently in various cultural contexts.
On Nov. 13, the Penn Museum will host a Student Gala where students will be able to explore its new Africa and Mexico & Central America galleries before the public.
Students used scents like frankincense, amber, jasmine, and tobacco in their own perfumes they made.
The Penn Museum has planned several more Making Workshops for the upcoming academic year.