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Campus Housing Communities Break Bread – and Break the Ice – During Startup BBQ

First-year representatives from each of the four Living-Learning Communities are, from left: Logan R. Brooks, automotive technology management: automotive technology concentration, Damascus, Maryland; Kerianne Connelly, pre-dental hygiene, Feasterville-Trevose; Naja B. Williams, baking and pastry arts, East Orange, New Jersey; and Joseph H. Griep, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation, Le Roy, New York.
First-year representatives from each of the four Living-Learning Communities are, from left: Logan R. Brooks, automotive technology management: automotive technology concentration, Damascus, Maryland; Kerianne Connelly, pre-dental hygiene, Feasterville-Trevose; Naja B. Williams, baking and pastry arts, East Orange, New Jersey; and Joseph H. Griep, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation, Le Roy, New York.
Shirts honoring each of the four communities are lined up for participants.
Shirts honoring each of the four communities are lined up for participants.
In the atrium of the PDC, Living-Learning Community students line up for engaging eats, including sandwiches, baked beans and macaroni salad.
In the atrium of the PDC, Living-Learning Community students line up for engaging eats, including sandwiches, baked beans and macaroni salad.
Paul L. Starkey, Penn College’s vice president for academic affairs/provost, addresses the gathering of Living-Learning Community students and their faculty, staff and student mentors.
Paul L. Starkey, Penn College’s vice president for academic affairs/provost, addresses the gathering of Living-Learning Community students and their faculty, staff and student mentors.
Taking a healthy bite of barbecue are Health Sciences freshmen: from left are Benjamin D. Meier, pre-physician assistant, Fleetwood; John D. Henigin, pre-nursing, Indiana; Austin T. Startoni, pre-nursing, Lebanon; and Timothy F. Schwartzer, pre-emergency medical services, Bensalem.
Taking a healthy bite of barbecue are Health Sciences freshmen: from left are Benjamin D. Meier, pre-physician assistant, Fleetwood; John D. Henigin, pre-nursing, Indiana; Austin T. Startoni, pre-nursing, Lebanon; and Timothy F. Schwartzer, pre-emergency medical services, Bensalem.

Students in Penn College’s Living-Learning Communities – themed housing arrangements for first-year Dauphin Hall residents in majors related to automotive, health sciences, hospitality or information technology – were treated to a get-acquainted barbecue in the Thompson Professional Development Center on Tuesday evening.

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