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Celebrating uncommon allegiance


Stars, stripes and a patriotic serving line
Stars, stripes and a patriotic serving line
Giveaways – everyday reminders of selfless service – are offered by college veterans organizations.
Giveaways – everyday reminders of selfless service – are offered by college veterans organizations.
Empty tables across campus, courtesy of the college's Veterans Affairs Office, pay silent tribute to fallen heroes.
Empty tables across campus, courtesy of the college’s Veterans Affairs Office, pay silent tribute to fallen heroes.
Students pay tribute through their patronage of Bush Campus Center dining unit.
Students pay tribute through their patronage of Bush Campus Center dining unit.

A Veterans Celebration, sponsored by Dining Services in CC Commons, offered “all-American fare” to the Penn College community on Thursday. The event, one of several on campus in conjunction with Veterans Day, gave students pause to honor the military service of their classmates.
Photos by J.J. Boettcher, student photographer 

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