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All the Tasty Trappings, With None of the Travel!

Automotive student Gibreel B. Conteh, of Philadelphia, feeds an appetite as big as his smile.
Automotive student Gibreel B. Conteh, of Philadelphia, feeds an appetite as big as his smile.
Mary E. Haines (left) and Barbara A. Kohler are among the Dining Services workers ...
Mary E. Haines (left) and Barbara A. Kohler are among the Dining Services workers …
... serving up succulent clams ...
… serving up succulent clams …
... and shrimp and sausage.
… and shrimp and sausage.
Awash in camaraderie and clad in lobster bibs are (from left) students Cameron Brown, of Tower City; Taylor Delp, of New Berlin; Maura K. Mengel, of Mount Carmel; Haydn T. VanDyk, of Ramsey, N.J.; and Jordan A. Sims, of Norristown.
Awash in camaraderie and clad in lobster bibs are (from left) students Cameron Brown, of Tower City; Taylor Delp, of New Berlin; Maura K. Mengel, of Mount Carmel; Haydn T. VanDyk, of Ramsey, N.J.; and Jordan A. Sims, of Norristown.

The Keystone Dining Room was the setting for a “Low Country Boil” Thursday evening, when students enjoyed the Southern coastal equivalent of a New England clambake – heaping portions of shrimp, clams, mussels, corn, potatoes and andouille sausage prepared by Penn College Dining Services.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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