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This freshman really hates finals

Before we dive into a new year of some exciting alumni and undergrad news (and I’ve got a ton of it coming soon), some more class projects recently have come to my attention worth noting.

As we can all attest, at one point or another, finals have gotten the best of all of us.

Having experienced his first semester of finals, freshman
Ben Grinberg (C’11) thinks the desire for success during finals turns all of us into animals.

See what I mean and check out his class project video for Video I!

Watch Ben’s interpretation of some of the animals you’ll find in Penn’s library
(this is great!)

Starring:
Allison Karic (C’09) — Turtle
John Vilanova (C’09) — Rhino
Genna Erlikhman (C’09) — Ape
Ben Grinberg (C’11) — Writer/Director/Guy
Jenny Birnkrant (C’10) — Cat
Megan Reilly (C’10) — Ostrich
with voice overs by Sean Kelly (C’11)

Click here to check out other class video projects!

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