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A Bigger, ‘Boulder’ Way to Promote Campus Life


Bradley M. Webb, director of student affairs administration (foreground), and Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer, aid the cause – brush stroke by painstaking brush stroke. (Photo by Joe Miller, manager of audio/visual services)
Bradley M. Webb, director of student affairs administration (foreground), and Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer, aid the cause – brush stroke by painstaking brush stroke. (Photo by Joe Miller, manager of audio/visual services)
Student leaders Whitnie-rae Mays (left) and April M. Tucker blend artistic ability and school spirit in adorning a new campus landmark Monday.
Student leaders Whitnie-rae Mays (left) and April M. Tucker blend artistic ability and school spirit in adorning a new campus landmark Monday.

Just in time for Welcome Weekend and the start of a new semester, a 26-ton billboard near the Bush Campus Center is sporting a fresh face for incoming and returning students. Using Wildcat Blue paint on a complimentary field of white, members of the Penn College community appropriately decorated “The Rock” with encouraging words in recent days – the first of many promotional messages to be shared via the unique addition to the institutional landscape.

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