The majority of Penn students who spend 7 days eating, studying, (and sometimes sleeping) outside don’t live in canvas-walled, bamboo-roofed huts–they’re forced to brave the weather without the help of God.
In our latest edition of “Who Wore It Best,” we present you with pictures of those funny-looking wooden structures (as 2/3 of you refer to them) that resemble a public art project turned construction site. Sukkathon 2012, a Sukkah-building competition in honor of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, has managed to get some publicity thanks to its omnipresence on campus, and you can vote for your favorite Exodus-chic design below! Text in the # of your favorite Sukkah to (415)-5-SUKKAH, too! So 2000 years ago.
Number 1: Colors and Crafts, located at 4004 Pine.
Number 2: Open Party Sukkah, located at 40th and Spruce.
Number 3: The Tower, located on 40th and Locust.
Number 4: WearCare, located in Rodin Field (photo courtesy of Flickr).
Number 5: Frat Shack, located right outside Du Bois.
Number 6: Home Is Where the Hut Is, located outside Harnwell (photo courtesy of Flickr).
Number 7: Secret Sukkah, located between Commons and Harnwell.
Number 8: American Turf, located by the Compass.
Number 9: The Lovud Shack, located in Annenberg Plaza.
Number 10: The Sukkah Enterprise, located in the Engineering Quad, behind the Music Building.
Now the question is…