Articles by Anna Vazhaeparambil

04/26/24 3:37am
The encampment began amid a rally of hundreds of Penn students, faculty, and Philadelphia community members in support of Palestinians.
12/12/23 1:51am
The Daily Pennsylvanian documented the stories of 2023 — the triumphs and obstacles, the joys and heartbreaks, of a community feeling the consequences of events around the world. In a year defined by student-led activism on campus, see the images that capture a pivotal moment in Penn and Philadelphia's history.
12/11/23 2:14am
See how The Daily Pennsylvanian photographers documented Magill’s presidency, from her official confirmation to the Congressional hearing that preceded her resignation.
12/06/23 4:59am
See how The Daily Pennsylvanian photographers captured the over five-hour-long hearing in front of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce on Dec. 5.
11/09/23 2:41am
Students volunteers and voters showed up to the polls on campus, contributing to a historic result in the 2023 Philadelphia mayoral election.
09/14/23 11:00pm
From drills with weighted mannequins to two-minute, head-to-head scrimmages, here is a morning at football training camp, captured by The Daily Pennsylvanian's photographers ahead of game day.
08/29/23 12:36am
From meeting Penn President Liz Magill during move in to spending an evening at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and witnessing the annual Convocation ceremony, these first moments for the Class of 2027 and transfer students marked their early transition to Penn.
02/14/23 11:53pm
An outcome that might have broken the spirits of many sports fans across the country seemed to actually bring the city closer together Sunday night.
12/07/22 11:36pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian’s photographers documented the stories of 2022 as the Penn community felt the ripple of events around the world. These images postmark the end of another tumultuous year as another looms on the horizon.
10/24/22 11:22pm
Liz Magill was officially inaugurated as Penn’s ninth president on Oct. 21, 2022. Her inauguration also coincided with Homecoming weekend when thousands of alumni returned to campus, fusing both celebrations in one. While crowds gathered to witness Penn football’s historic 6-0 winning streak, the game was interrupted by Fossil Free Penn protestors, delaying the second half by over an hour and resulting in 19 student arrests.
04/13/22 7:50pm
Spring Fling returned in a weekend festival titled “Revival of the Fling” on April 8 and 9. Here’s a look into how students experienced in-person Spring Fling for the first time in two years.
02/22/22 12:05am
Penn's men's squash team — ranked No. 1 in the country and undefeated until Sunday — lost the College Squash Championships to Harvard in a painful 4-5 defeat.
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