1. More than 2,400 students streamed onto College Green on Aug. 26 for ConvocationThe ceremony is one bookend to the Penn experience. The next time the class will march as a group is at Hey Day in their junior year. They’ll be together for a final time at Commencement in May of 2018.

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    Photos by Stuart Watson

  2. From Nintendo Club to Ballroom Dancing to Chess to Music on College Green, NSO had a little something for everyone.

  3. As seen at Penn, August 15-21

  4. Since you started 32 years ago, in what way has your role changed the most?
    "I think the most striking thing about how things have changed around here, including what I do, is interactive with how the society we live in has changed. It’s a very different world in the U.S. since 1982, 32 years later. If anyone had said in 1982 that nearly half the states in the U.S. would have approved marriage for same-sex couples, we would have laughed them out of the room. … That doesn’t mean we don’t have a long way to go, because we still do. But as the world has changed, students have changed. Now, we regularly have 16- and 17-year-old high school students visit often with their parents to find out what it would be like to be at Penn as an out LGBT person. That never would have happened when I first started."

    Bob Schoenberg
    Penn LGBT Center

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    Photo by Scott Spitzer

  5. As seen at Penn, August 9-14

  6. "One of the nicest things is watching a student go from, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about, and are you sure I can learn this?’ to, by the end of the program, ‘Yeah, I got this.’

    Deborah Becker
    Practice Associate Professor of Nursing
    Penn Nursing Science

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    Photo by Scott Spitzer, University Communications

  7. Have you ever delivered anything unusual?
    “Nothing out of the ordinary, although we have delivered stuff to the Penn Medicine,” he says. “I will just leave it at that.”

    Jeff Gasko
    Mail Carrier
    Penn Mail Services

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    Photo by Scott Spitzer, University Communications

  8. Did you make it out to the Eagles practice on Franklin Field yesterday, Quakers? From 1958 to 1970, the Eagles played at Franklin Field full-time.

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  9. Now where did we put that 6,500-year-old skeleton?

    The rediscovery of a bones that had been separated from their identifying documentation in a Penn Museum storage room could provide new information about the origins of the little known Ubaid-period population in Southern Iraq.

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  10. Curious how we’ve captured the spectacular views shared here in the past week? Look closely at this video for a clue.