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For M&T junior Adele Li, tech is hardwired into her very being. She spoke about why she chose to join PennApps, the Penn organization that hosts the nation's largest and "premiere" student hackathon.
“Growing up as an Arab–American post–9/11 is probably one of the most defining features of my identity. It's a challenge living in a country which is very demonizing of the place of your origin and being from a place that is very demonizing of the place that you're arriving to—America," Omar Khoury (C '19) says. "There's always a sort of animosity between the East and the West, so my life is really just trying to navigate the various divisions.”
At age 14, Jay Fishman (E ‘21) didn’t even know fractions. Last semester, the computer science major took MATH240, which is the third course in Penn’s calculus sequence.
Chrissy Walker is the well–dressed Whartonite running the fashion scene at Penn. Although the northeast sucked the color out of the Austin native's wardrobe real quick, she hasn't let college change who she is. When she isn't managing Wharton 101 TA's, you can find Chrissy in a fine arts class or hanging out at the Rag and Bone store in Center City.
While most of us are used to seeing political debates in Washington D.C., last month, Houston Hall acted as a political forum where both Richard Murphy (C ‘19), executive director and acting president of College Republicans, and Dylan Milligan (W ‘20), president of Penn Democrats, met to discuss the 2018 midterm elections.
David Gordon (C ‘19) didn’t always plan to double major in biology and architecture. When he entered Penn, he knew he was interested in architecture and liked how the design curriculum was taught in a liberal arts context, but also recognized that he had a “science brain.” He hoped that taking classes in both fields would allow him to come to a decision. “And here I am now, still doing both,” David says.
While Gizem Saka’s students may know her for her expertise in economics, many would be surprised to learn of the Wharton professor’s impressive past as a national gymnastics champion and exhibition artist.
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Like most young ballerinas, Jacqueline Callahan loved The Nutcracker. “I did go to see The Nutcracker at the Pennsylvania Ballet,” Jackie said. “I think that that’s when I wanted to [start dancing].”
Kaylee Slusser never thought she would join Greek Life. Now, she's the President of the leadership for all sororities at Penn. And it's not her presidential debut, formerly serving as the President of Mock Trial. You can catch this Anna Kendrick wannabe at Copa when she isn't at the OFSL office.
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