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Answers Far From Trivial in PFEW Students’ Probing Pursuit

Hundreds of Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week students participated in a campuswide quiz game Wednesday afternoon that took them into several buildings and laboratories in a beat-the-clock activity that fostered friendly competition while giving them a close-up look at Penn College’s “degrees that work.”

– Photos by Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer

PFEW participants assemble in the Klump Academic Center prior to Wednesday's cross-campus adventure.
PFEW participants assemble in the Klump Academic Center prior to Wednesday’s cross-campus adventure.

A confident 'thumbs up" inspires a hunting party.
A confident ‘thumbs up” inspires a hunting party.

Employing technology in the process, students learn about sustainability.
Employing technology in the process, students learn about sustainability.

Visiting the dental hygiene clinic
Visiting the dental hygiene clinic

Admissions representative Mark R. Capellazzi (right), with PFEW students in the Field House
Admissions representative Mark R. Capellazzi (right), with PFEW students in the Field House

Walter V. Gower, assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, welcomes visiting teens to the collision repair lab.
Walter V. Gower, assistant dean of transportation and natural resources technologies, welcomes visiting teens to the collision repair lab.

Bradley M. Webb, assistant dean of industrial, computing and engineering technologies, adds to students' understanding of welding careers.
Bradley M. Webb, assistant dean of industrial, computing and engineering technologies, adds to students’ understanding of welding careers.

Patrick McCabe, coordinator of admissions/enrollment event services, reviews a "scavenger's" answers in the ACC.
Patrick McCabe, coordinator of admissions/enrollment event services, reviews a “scavenger’s” answers in the ACC.

Team projects line the auditorium wall.
Team projects line the auditorium wall.