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At William Penn, there is no “typical” student. We don’t fit into anyone’s mold. We set our own expectations. Life here is characterized by a community that honors individuality and team spirit. Because we know that’s how personal success is defined, and the way each of us achieves it is different for everyone.

The William Penn campus is alive with student activities all year long, offering a seemingly endless range of opportunities to engage with fellow students, discover new interests, and make friends.

You have the passion. With more than 40 student organizations, we provide platforms for you to bring those passions to life.

At William Penn, there is no “typical” student. We don’t fit into anyone’s mold. We set our own expectations. Life here is characterized by a community that honors individuality and team spirit. Because we know that’s how personal success is defined, and the way each of us achieves it is different for everyone.

The William Penn campus is alive with student activities all year long, offering a seemingly endless range of opportunities to engage with fellow students, discover new interests, and make friends.

You have the passion. With more than 40 student organizations, we provide platforms for you to bring those passions to life.

“Street Life” by William H. Johnson is a painting depicting the Harlem Renaissance era. If you take a closer look at the colorful background, it portrays the exuberance felt by African American’s during this cultural enlightening time period. What I find really interesting is the fact that it seems as if these African Americans are trying to fit into “upper class” life. The gloves on her hands and the feather in his hat seem as if they are trying to say that upper class is not discriminatory towards race, as though Johnson was trying to convince people that African Americans can be rich and high class despite popular belief.

The colorful, abstract background might be emphasizing that the Harlem Renaissance was a time of cultural enlightenment for African Americans. The vibrant colors of the piece are pointing to how during that era the rest of America started to embrace and adopt parts of black culture. The vivid paints describe how life for African Americans got a bit brighter as the rest of America started to take part in and understand their culture.

Таксист (1976)
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Very little is known for certain about William Shakespeare. What we do know about his life comes from registrar records, court records, wills, marriage certificates and his tombstone in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon.

William Shakespeare was baptised on 26 April 1564 at Holy Trinity in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Traditionally his birthday is celebrated three days earlier, on 23 April, St George's Day.

John Shakespeare married Mary Arden, the daughter of Robert Arden, a farmer from the nearby village of Wilmcote. In 1556 John bought the main part of the house in Henley Street which is now known as the 'Birthplace' and their family, including William, grew up there (see photo). John's principal business was that of a glover, but he also traded as a wool and corn merchant, and he is recorded in 1570 as being involved in money-lending.

At William Penn, there is no “typical” student. We don’t fit into anyone’s mold. We set our own expectations. Life here is characterized by a community that honors individuality and team spirit. Because we know that’s how personal success is defined, and the way each of us achieves it is different for everyone.

The William Penn campus is alive with student activities all year long, offering a seemingly endless range of opportunities to engage with fellow students, discover new interests, and make friends.

You have the passion. With more than 40 student organizations, we provide platforms for you to bring those passions to life.

“Street Life” by William H. Johnson is a painting depicting the Harlem Renaissance era. If you take a closer look at the colorful background, it portrays the exuberance felt by African American’s during this cultural enlightening time period. What I find really interesting is the fact that it seems as if these African Americans are trying to fit into “upper class” life. The gloves on her hands and the feather in his hat seem as if they are trying to say that upper class is not discriminatory towards race, as though Johnson was trying to convince people that African Americans can be rich and high class despite popular belief.

The colorful, abstract background might be emphasizing that the Harlem Renaissance was a time of cultural enlightenment for African Americans. The vibrant colors of the piece are pointing to how during that era the rest of America started to embrace and adopt parts of black culture. The vivid paints describe how life for African Americans got a bit brighter as the rest of America started to take part in and understand their culture.

At William Penn, there is no “typical” student. We don’t fit into anyone’s mold. We set our own expectations. Life here is characterized by a community that honors individuality and team spirit. Because we know that’s how personal success is defined, and the way each of us achieves it is different for everyone.

The William Penn campus is alive with student activities all year long, offering a seemingly endless range of opportunities to engage with fellow students, discover new interests, and make friends.

You have the passion. With more than 40 student organizations, we provide platforms for you to bring those passions to life.

“Street Life” by William H. Johnson is a painting depicting the Harlem Renaissance era. If you take a closer look at the colorful background, it portrays the exuberance felt by African American’s during this cultural enlightening time period. What I find really interesting is the fact that it seems as if these African Americans are trying to fit into “upper class” life. The gloves on her hands and the feather in his hat seem as if they are trying to say that upper class is not discriminatory towards race, as though Johnson was trying to convince people that African Americans can be rich and high class despite popular belief.

The colorful, abstract background might be emphasizing that the Harlem Renaissance was a time of cultural enlightenment for African Americans. The vibrant colors of the piece are pointing to how during that era the rest of America started to embrace and adopt parts of black culture. The vivid paints describe how life for African Americans got a bit brighter as the rest of America started to take part in and understand their culture.

Таксист (1976)
# 88 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Anna Kendrick »
# 150 on STARmeter

Other Works | Publicity Listings | Official Sites | Contact Info