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A socially distant wave across the fairway
A socially distant wave across the fairway
Aidan J. Turner, an industrial design major from Fogelsville, exhibits finesse on the green.
Aidan J. Turner, an industrial design major from Fogelsville, exhibits finesse on the green.
A dimpled invitation to come out and play
A dimpled invitation to come out and play
Snaking one's way to a hoped-for birdie
Snaking one’s way to a hoped-for birdie
Enjoying some early-semester diversion are Brian J. Bustard, an industrial design major from Alva, Fla., and nursing student Callie A. Sobolewski, of Budd Lake, N.J.
Enjoying some early-semester diversion are Brian J. Bustard, an industrial design major from Alva, Fla., and nursing student Callie A. Sobolewski, of Budd Lake, N.J.

Working their magic to provide winning activities for students – not only during the “PC3” start of the semester, but year-round – the Office of Student Engagement transformed the lawn of the Thompson Professional Development Center into a challenging nine-hole miniature golf layout on Friday night.
Photos by Tim Wegman, student photographer

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