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Penn’s 263rd Commencement

The Class of 2019 took to Franklin Field on Monday, May 20, for Penn’s 263rd Commencement ceremony, where President Amy Gutmann urged graduates to “weave together a world better, freer, and more inclusive.”

Lauren Hertzler

2018: The Year in Review

The 2017-18 school year saw breakthrough research, innovative projects and collaboration that benefit students on campus and partners throughout the country and around the world.

Jill DiSanto

2018 Penn Commencement

Speaker Andrea Mitchell, an alumna and award-winning journalist, encouraged graduates to be curious, open-minded, and engaged.

Jacquie Posey

A Relays recap

The 124th running of the Penn Relays featured athletes from more than 200 colleges, 1,000 high schools, and professionals competing in the three-day festival.

Greg Johnson

Celebrating five years of working dogs at Penn

The Working Dog Center began with just a few puppies, and now, five years later, has trained some of the best noses in the business. Canine graduates have gone on to police work, search and rescue, and explosives, narcotics, and diabetes detection.

Katherine Unger Baillie

Commencement 2017: ‘use your freedom well’

Penn President Amy Gutmann celebrated the University graduates of the Class of 2017, along with family, friends, the academic community, alumni, and Commencement speaker Cory Booker, Democratic U.S. Senator for New Jersey.

Jacquie Posey