Big Questions Ep. 18: University of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania is one of the best universities in the world. Founded by Benjamin Franklin and part of the Ivy League, Penn is known for its dedication to public service, its remarkable balance of academic rigor and a vibrant social life, and its groundbreaking school of medicine (Perelman, the first in the United States) and collegiate business school (Wharton, also the first in the United States). Crimson went to Penn to ask some big questions: What's the best thing about Penn? What's the worst thing? What do students do on weekends? What did they write their application essays about? Watch to find out!

Disclosure: We are in no way affiliated with Penn.

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