Oh the irony: from AEPi to Transplant House

3940 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA and UPenn
AEPi “Hollywood”, 1993

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For the amount of “libations” that was consumed in my fraternity over the years, it seems strangely ironic that this new building will be housing recovering livers.  : )

Check out what the new building looks like after the jump!

UPenn and 3940 Spruce Street and AEPi
(Amrit Malothra/DP Staff Photographer)

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Read more from the DP HERE

Watch my 2009 video tour through campus mourning the loss of the AEPi house and showing a then barren plot of land HERE

Other changes on campus through the years HERE

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One thought on “Oh the irony: from AEPi to Transplant House”

  1. Noah Sferra says:

    heh, heh, heh

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