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Confidence, determination propel Wildcat runner to success

Student-athlete Dean R. Fulton, a business administration: marketing concentration major from Palmyra, is no stranger to hard work. In the classroom and on the cross-country course, he’s committed to giving his all. “What I love about cross-country is I think it’s really a mental game,” he says in a Wildcat Spotlight video posted to the college’s YouTube channel. “I think it really pushes the boundaries of yourself as a person, how you behave in other aspects of life. It teaches you a lot of good life lessons.” In this 3½-minute profile (that also features coach Nicholas R. Patton), you’ll meet our very own trailblazer, learn what fuels his passion for perfection and hear why it’s so easy to call Penn College home.

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