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Industrial and Engineering Technologies Paramedic Technology Winners have been chosen inStudent Activities’annual Homecoming door-decorating contest, which once again showcased the spirit embodiedin Penn College’s academic schools, departments and offices. With the “Were You There?” theme, almost all of the seven entries did some sort of photo montage usually connected to their specific area. First placewent to theSchool of Industrial and Engineering Technologies. “They did a great job of broadening the theme to the different iterations of Penn College through the years, asking questions referencing the decades that Williamsport Technical Institute, Williamsport Area Community College and Pennsylvania College of Technology existed,” said Erin M. Datteri, assistant director of student activities for Greek life and leadership (who also provided the photos above). “The second-place office, Paramedic Technology, added an interactive ‘Twister’ theme, instructing the passersby to “Take a spin”¦and “˜Twist’ your way through the years.'” Other participants were the Children’s Learning Center, Academic Success Center, Admissions, Residence Life and Early Childhood Education. “All were really creative and, hopefully, students will enjoy seeing how the departments or offices have changed over the years,” Datteri said.

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