The campus first of all is very large and spread out. Many building of the 1700s era. Very pretty campus.
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The first time I stepped on campus I knew that is where I wanted to go to college. There is an electricity there. Also, I believe it is an oasis in the middle of a very big, active city. The history and the architecture are...More
I visited the University of Pennsylvania twice in April 2017. It is my alma mater. It was great to walk around and remember my days here as a student. So many things changed. I was able to find the two dormitories where I lived as...More
An iconic school with museums that are astounding to say the least. U of P is a place to visit just because it is what it is .... a MUST SEE if you're in the city of Brotherly Love or even close to it.
Looking at a pamphlet announcing Willie Cole’s exhibit at the Arthur Ross Gallery, one might assume that this prolific and highly respected contemporary artist explores geometric forms in innovative ways. Far from it, as I learned during an on site visit of Cole’s On-Site exhibit....More
Great mix of classic and modern architecture. Outstanding University near center city. So much history too.
We traveled back to the campus in honor of my husband's graduation from this school 45+ years ago. It was sad to see all the fraternity houses that had been closed and abandoned, but the remainder of the campus still had its charms.
Loved the energy of this Ivy League community. The campus is beautiful with interesting architecture, lovely flower beds, and sculptures. There are food trucks with many choices of offerings from multiple cultures.
Attended the 123rd Penn Relays at Franklin Field. The weather was warm for this time of the year. Had an enjoyable three days of track & field activities.