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College Cements Bond With Penn State Landscape Architecture Majors


Thirty landscape architecture majors from The Pennsylvania State University received valuable hands-on experience in Penn College’s masonry lab this past week. The traditional exercise gave Penn State students the opportunity to work with materials and processes that are often part of their designs: brick, block, artificial stone and archways. Penn College students served as instructors in the Construction Masonry Building during the Tuesday afternoon visit.

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