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Conference registration includes a light reception on Friday evening and breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Coffee and tea will be available between meals.

Recommendations for Friday dinner (~0.8 to 1.0 miles)

14 N Merion Ave
Great tacos and Mexican food

Pho Street
1001 W Lancaster Ave
A go-to spot for big portions and noodle soup.

Yamazaki Ramen
1011 W Lancaster Ave
Delicious ramen for a good price.

The Grog
863 W Lancaster Ave
Irish pub with a variety of appetizers
and sandwiches.

1003 1/2 W Lancaster Ave
Traditional Indian cuisine.

872 W Lancaster Ave
Custom pizzas and shares its space with an incredible cookie and ice-cream store.

1149 Lancaster Ave.
Burgers, pizzas, and pub classics


Check out the most Instagrammable spots on campus. As a conference team member for directions. Campus is small, and nothing is far away.

1. Sunken Garden
With a huge canopy and beautiful stonework, it is a great place to take a moment outside.

2. Pem Arch
Enjoy the architecture of Pembroke Arch, but make sure you and a friend don't walk on opposite sides of the friendship poles that precede the arch (or you might have to visit Athena in the Great Hall).

3. Athena in Great Hall
Bring an offering to Athena and she will reward you kindly! Mawrter leave gifts asking for wisdom and strength during finals or while writing papers.

4. Senior Row
Walk down this gorgeous tree-lined row in the heart of campus...which also happens to be the site of the May Day hoop race. Just watch out if you’re an undergraduate—walking the path from start to finish before your senior year will keep you from graduating!

5. Take a Self-Guided Tree Tour

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