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How many students does it take to change a light bulb at Penn?

Only one – but he gets six credits for it.

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Benjamin Franklin was not a man who believed in the merits of relaxation. Not content with setting up fire services and the US Post Office, acting as international diplomat or inventing the stove, the lightning rod and bifocal spectacles, he also found the time to found one of the top academic institutions in America - the University of Pennsylvania.

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