Not rain, nor a spooky Halloween holiday, nor even a football loss could scare away the more than 3,000 proud Quaker alums who returned to campus for Homecoming Weekend Featuring Arts & Culture, held October 31 through November 2.
Homecoming 2014 marked the sixth year of the Arts & Culture at Penn theme, and returning Quakers experienced campus anew, awash in celebration of the rich academic, artistic, and cultural experiences available on this diverse urban campus many called home during their time here.
From film screenings to food tastings, from concerts to athletic events, from Quakerfest to arts festivals and tours, from educational events to celebrations of innovation and engagement, Homecoming Weekend 2014 Featuring Arts & Culture featured something for everyone.
“We continue to be so pleased with the energy, enthusiasm, and huge level of participation in Homecoming created by the addition of the arts and culture programming,” said F. Hoopes Wampler, Assistant Vice President, Alumni Relations. “Homecoming is now a dramatically enhanced Penn tradition where alumni from all over the world come back to campus each fall to learn, create, connect, engage, and cheer in a whole new way.”
For more photos from this event, see the album on Phanfare.
For highlights from Homecoming Weekend 2014 Featuring Arts & Culture, watch the video.