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What are some choice unknown study spots? Where is the most effective SABS location? Who teaches the best classes? Which food joint is the most elite? Watch as the Penn 10 pass down valuable wisdom that only graduating seniors have. Over Zoom, of course.

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Sneha Advani

The director of FemmeHacks says she is not, in fact, building a robot to take over the world.

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Jazzy Ortega

Jazzy has perfected the art of business plans, Spotify playlists, and iced oat milk dirty chai lattes. 

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Jacob Hershman

Jacob, a campaign coordinator for Fossil Free Penn, feels an existential dread—and thinks you should, too.

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Lucy Corlett

Lucy discusses the fear and hilarity of shutting down a Board of Trustees meeting.

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AJ Brodeur

How AJ found his home at Penn through the Men's Basketball team

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Elizabeth Agege

Elizabeth defeated imposter syndrome on Locust Walk. Now she’s doing it in the pages of her first book, 'A Way Back Home.'

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Sam Friskey

Four years ago, Sam never would have predicted she’d become an award–winning playwright and staunch environmentalist.  Now, she's both.

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Hadassah Raskas

Hadassah’s sage advice for navigating Penn and quarantine: stay true to who you are, practice gratitude, and remember to take a breather. 

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Catherine de Luna

For Catherine, it's not about what accomplishments she's achieved at Penn. It's about the people.

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Chad Vigil

A Penn Band saxophonist reflects on pre–med, halal wings, and community.