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Milestones, breakthroughs, and anniversaries marked the 2018-19 school year.
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.”
The University of Pennsylvania’s 263rd Commencement ceremony will be held on Franklin Field on Monday, May 20.
Author, public-interest lawyer, and advocate Bryan Stevenson will deliver the address at the University’s 263rd Commencement on Monday, May 20, and be awarded an honorary degree.
Vice President and University Secretary Leslie Laird Kruhly discusses her career and the work of her office. After 19 years, Kruhly will retire from her role in June.
Speaker Andrea Mitchell, an alumna and award-winning journalist, encouraged graduates to be curious, open-minded, and engaged.
Honorary degree recipients throughout Penn's history have represented the highest ideals of the University, and are the 'best in class' in their own right.
Penn’s 262nd Commencement will be held at Franklin Field on Monday, May 14. Here are 10 helpful facts to guide you through this year’s event.
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.
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NBC Foreign affairs correspondent and Penn alumna Andrea Mitchell addressed the class of 2018 on Monday, sharing her experiences and offering the new graduates guidance for life after college.
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