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Penn Medicine Day in the Life 2014

It’s fall, and with fall come a few annual traditions: the leaves changing color, pumpkin spice everything, Christmas decorations a full two months early, and — most relevant to us here at Penn Medicine — the Day in the Life project. It’s a yearly visual documentation of life here at the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine that we’ve documented on this blog twice before (here and here), and, as someone who considered photography a fun hobby even before getting hired here, I think it’s one of the most entertaining things we do all year.

If you look back at my first Day in the Life entry on this blog, you’ll notice how awestruck I am by the scale of Penn Medicine. Funny thing: it’s even more massive now. With Penn Medicine University City opening a few months ago and the Henry A. Jordan M’62 Medical Education Center (a name dwarfed only by the size of the building to which it will refer) coming soon, Day in the Life here at Penn Medicine is bigger than ever and will only continue to grow.

With that out of the way, now to the real bread and butter of the project (and this post): the pictures. You can find ‘em in the slideshow below. Let us know what you think!

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