English and Africana Studies Professor Herman Beavers stands with students in memory of victims of gun violence.
Penn students holding 371 signs (one for each mass shooting this year) and standing in silence for 497 seconds (for every person that has been killed by gun violence this year).
English Prof. Herman Beavers joins students to remember victims of gun violence this year.
Eagles fans demonstrating their toxicity levels by jumping into the freezing Schylkill River. photo by: @pdecherney
Campus is empty on thanksgiving. [maybe better than the first image.]
Camps is quiet on Thanksgiving.
The Penn in Kenya program stopped in Nairobi on their way back from shooting documentary films at the Kakuma Refugee Camp. Rising sophomore Laurel Jaffe made a new friend during the stopover.
Students in Prof. Peter Decherney's Penn-in-Kenya summer program prepare to travel to Northern Kenya to make short documentary and virtual reality films in a refugee camp. We will try to post more pictures from their trip.
Everyone is hiding in the White Dog until the rain lets up this afternoon.
Rainy day on Locust Walk.
Did you get your graduation LOVE photo?
Penn's English and Cinema Studies's Commencement party wouldn't be complete without tuxedo strawberries.
Beautiful day for a picnic in the Penn Museum garden.
Testing out regalia before the big day. #penngraduation2017
Ben is feeling a bit hemmed in as the campus is transformed for reunions and graduation. See you soon alumni and families!
Artists caricature students from GSE, SP2, and the Vet school at their end of the year party. (3 of 3)
Artists caricature students from GSE, SP2, and the Vet school at their end of the year party. (2 of 3)
Artists caricature students from GSE, SP2, and the Vet school at their end of the year party. (1 of 3)
Typical noon line at the Magic Carpet. What is your favorite food truck on campus--past or present?
Penn students in Cinema and Media Studies Prof. Peter Decherney's Multimedia Criticism (on the right) meet with recent alumni working in the film industry while attending the Tribeca Film Festival.
Penn students in Cinema and Media Studies Prof. Peter Decherney's Multimedia Criticism eat a quick dinner while waiting in line at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Penn students in Cinema and Media Studies Prof. Peter Decherney's Multimedia Criticism course walk the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The Penn alumni club of Westchester and Rockland Counties hosted a discussion between La La Land producer Fred Berger (C'03) and Cinema and Media Studies Professor Peter Decherney.