Snow at Penn (73 Weeks To Go)

By Kiera Reilly, C’93

We continue our #93tothe25th countdown by marking 73 weeks until our 25th reunion.

When I started my freshman year at Penn, I hoped that there would be snow while I was on campus. I was born in New Jersey, but while I was in middle school, my dad was transferred to Houston, Texas. I was missing snow, and I looked forward to seeing some at Penn.

Luckily, in early December of 1989, it snowed! The snow was not very deep, but there was enough to cover campus and make everything look pretty.

The date on the back of my photos is December 9, 1989. Do you have a favorite snow-day memory from Penn?

Upper Quad at the University of Pennsylvania in the snow, December, 1989

Upper Quad in the snow and sun

Lower Quad at the University of Pennsylvania in the snow, December, 1989

From Upper Quad looking down into Lower Quad

Furness Building at Penn in the snow, December, 1989

The Furness Building (now known as Fisher Fine Arts Library)

College Green at Penn in the snow, December, 1989

College Green in the snow

Penn Class of 1993 Reunion Countdown

December 16-17, 2016 marked 73 weeks until the 25th Reunion of the Penn Class of 1993 (May 11 – 13, 2018)! Join us we count down the weeks to our reunion #93tothe25th:

  • Do you have old photos or mementos from our time at Penn? Photos of Spring Fling? Football at Franklin Field? Classes at DRL? We are taking a trip down memory lane and would love for you to share your memories with our class in a future post. Please email us upenn1993@gmail.com!
  • Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram.
  • Classmates are invited to join our Facebook and LinkedIn groups.
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