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Every day, students study and enjoy the historical mystique of the Fisher Fine Arts Library, the oldest library on Penn's campus. However, many students might not ever travel beyond the eye-catching Reading Room. This photo essay shows all of the many resources Fisher Fine Arts has to offer that may have been hidden before.
With finals season and warmer weather now here, The Daily Pennsylvanian has scoped out some of the best outdoor study spots on campus. Some are old favorites, others less known.
The 125th running of the Penn Relays pulled athletes from across the world to Franklin Field. Thousands of fans traveled from near and far to enjoy the three day carnival.
Hundreds of students, faculty, and peers gathered on College Green for Take Back the Night, an international movement and protest against sexual assault, domestic violence, relationship violence, and all other forms of sexual violence.
On March 25, The Daily Pennsylvanian took a deep dive into Krone’s daily life and what keeps him busy, whether it’s giving a tour for Kite and Key, meeting with various leaders on campus to discuss pertinent issues, or simply checking up on emails and staying up to date with classes.
Capping off Penn's annual celebration of LGBTQ culture, the QPenn and Queer Student Alliance Drag Show drew crowds to watch local professionals and student performers.
The Penn Museum opened a new exhibit Saturday showcasing its extensive Egyptian collection, allowing visitors to see how artifacts are conserved.The three-part exhibit, titled “Ancient Egypt: From Discovery and Display,” features more than 200 artifacts, many of which have have never been shown to the public before.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was named the first Penn Presidential Professor of Practice in 2017. Here's a look back in photos at Joe Biden’s visits to Penn since becoming a professor.
Karl Thornton (File Photo)