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Class of 2014 | Theatre & Performance Studies
Scenes from the 64th Latke-Hamantash Debate
Justin Kern, AB'04, PhD'10, began forming the ideas for these photos as an undergrad.
Fourth-year identical twins combined football with a world-class education.
A peek at the Student Activities Fair, where students showed off extracurricular talents from juggling to salsa dancing.
Third-year Julie Huang discusses her time aboard an oceanography research vessel.
A look at the traditional O-Week parting ceremony at Hull Gate.
By Sara Olkon
Rising fourth-year Nikhil Maddirala sends us a postcard from India, where he learned the art of Vipassana meditation.
Class of 2011 | Mathematics
This Scav fanatic's quirky hobbies include unicycling and formal logic.
Third-year Lexie Tabachnick sends us a postcard from a theater camp for Israeli and Palestinian children in Jerusalem.
Second-year Rachel Mittelstaedt sends us a postcard from Costa Rica, where she has spent the summer working with HIV/AIDS patients.
Nicolas Duque updates us on his summer adventure: teaching English in Hong Kong.
Kelsey Ganser sends us a postcard from the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
Blair Thornburgh sends us a postcard from the fields of the Pennypack Farm & Education Center.
Third-year Ben Samuels-Kalow helps CPS students connect with their inner Shakespeare.
Woodlawn Collaborative aims to unite students with neighboring communities.
Meet the winners of the 2010 Llewellyn John & Harriet Manchester Quantrell Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Third-year Johnny Kozlar built it, and they came.
UBallet to debut student-choreographed "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
B-J residents use "Mini-Scav" to rev up enthusiasm for Scav Hunt.