|As the home of many of Penn's heritage groups, the Arts, Research and Culture House (ARCH) is a stronghold of creativity and social awareness. Completed in 1929 in the Gothic Revival style, used for many of Penn's historic buildings, the ARCH continues to serve the University as the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships. The function of the building makes it symbolic of Penn's commitment to new and innovative ideas. This makes it an excellent backdrop for meetings, classes, or presentations held in its state-of-the-art classroom.
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