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A ‘Finale,’ yes, but it’s only the beginning!

Balloons and signage convey the happiness of the mid-May occasion.
Balloons and signage convey the happiness of the mid-May occasion.
Students receive commencement tickets from Karen E. Wright, graduation assistant in the registrar's office.
Students receive commencement tickets from Karen E. Wright, graduation assistant in the registrar’s office.
Roni F. Fitzhugh, of Tobyhanna, graduating with an associate degree in welding technology and a bachelor's in welding and fabrication engineering technology, holds a major-related prop ... and gratitude for her support network. Students were encouraged to show their appreciation for the people who helped them along the road to commencement.
Roni F. Fitzhugh, of Tobyhanna, graduating with an associate degree in welding technology and a bachelor’s in welding and fabrication engineering technology, holds a major-related prop … and gratitude for her support network. Students were encouraged to show their appreciation for the people who helped them along the road to commencement.
Caps and gowns, as well as alumni merchandise, were available at The College Store's table.
Caps and gowns, as well as alumni merchandise, were available at The College Store’s table.
Armed with everything they need, soon-to-be grads leave to complete their last few weeks at Penn College.
Armed with everything they need, soon-to-be grads leave to complete their last few weeks at Penn College.

Tuesday’s Grad Finale in Penn’s Inn gave seniors an all-in-one-place opportunity to pick up commencement tickets, order graduation announcements, purchase their caps and gowns, shop for class rings and diploma frames, and learn about other services connected to their imminent commencement. Departing seniors could also enter their names to win some awesome graduation-related prizes!
Photos by Alexis M. Burrell, student photographer

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