New Perspective

Author: Lisa Marie Patzer

For the past 18 months, I have walked to work from West Philly, entering campus on Woodland Walk.  This is where the School of Veterinary Medicine sits with the beautiful water fountain out front and the amazing image by Eadweard Muybridge in the lobby.

Vernon and Shirley Hill PavilionEadweard Muybridge

My daily route takes me by the Hamilton Walkway entrance and continues down Woodland Walk by The Quad.

Hamilton Walkway Entrance

The Quad

Finally, I make my way across Spruce Street, passing by the Class of 1956 Trolley, behind what is soon to be the Wistar Institute, then by the LOVE sculpture on College Green to Sweeten Alumni House.

Class of '56 Trolley Car

LOVE

Sweeten Alumni House

Starting next week, this will change as I am moving to a new location.  My entry point to Penn’s campus will shift to the South East side and I will walk by the Penn Museum, Franklin Field, and Irvine Auditorium.

Penn Museum

Franklin Field

Shelter from the Storm, Franklin Field
Photo by Steve Minicola, University Communications

Irvine Auditorium, Interior (number 8)

2012 Day in the Life of PennPhotograph by Steven Minicola

Irvine Auditorium, Exterior
2012 Day in the Life of Penn
Photograph by Steven Minicola

Although I have become familiar and comfortable with my walk from West Philly, I’m excited to see what new things I can learn about campus now that I will have this different perspective.

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