This University-wide photo project produced more than 800 images

The University put out a simple request last week: “Show us a day in your life at Penn.” They asked students, faculty and staff to “help us illustrate a single day on campus and at Penn around the world” by snapping and submitting photographs on Nov. 14, 2012. More than 800 photos were posted to the University-wide project, Day in the Life of Penn. You can see the full album on Flickr, but here are a few images that caught our eye, presented in (roughly) chronological order:

Early morning on Locust Walk. (Photo by Luis Cornejo)

12:45 p.m.: The dancing satyr statue, which overlooks the Penn Museum’s Warden Garden.

1:17 p.m.: Drs. Julie Clark, Jessica Midence and Jeffrey Runge perform a minimally invasive colonoscopy on a dog in the Ryan Veterinary Hospital’s minimally invasive surgery suite. (Photo by John Donges)

3 p.m. in the Anne and Jerome Fisher Fine Arts Library. (Photo by Rafiat Kasumu)

Penn students visiting a market in Zürich, Switzerland.

6:52 p.m.: Theater Arts students rehearsing in the Annenberg Center. (Photo by Iris Leon, Office of the Vice Provost for University Life)

1L reading (Photo by Zahir Rahman)

Also, in case you missed it, here’s the Flickr album from the first “Day in the Life of Penn” event this past April.

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