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Women's volleyball began its weekend with a win in straight sets over Columbia
Field Hockey defeated Penn and earned the right to host the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament
Tan Shanker '20 of New Zealand is interested in the mechanics of the US voting process.
Walter Crane's A Romance of the Three Rs, 1886 edition
Tan Shanker '20 of New Zealand is interested in the mechanics of the American election system
Tan Shanker '20, an international student from the UAE, reacts to midterms.
The exhibit includes early examples of wizardry in children's literature.
Jose Rico '18 designed a Wand Works simulation game.
U. Professor Wolfgang F. Danspeckgruber, left, with HSH Hans-Adam II at a private roundtable event in Bendheim 019 on Wednesday, October 17th. Photo courtesy of Richard Trenner '70.
Memorial candles are lit at the Pittsburgh vigil.
University community fills the McCosh 50 auditorium for the Pittsburgh vigil.
Measuring in at approximately 25 kilometers long, the country of Liechtenstein is nestled between Switzerland and Austria. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.