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Decorated Doors Unlock Expressions of Campus Leadership


A "Candy Land"-type board game winds its way through Early Childhood's winning contribution.
A “Candy Land”-type board game winds its way through Early Childhood’s winning contribution.
Ducklings play "Follow the leader" in Student Activities' colorful design.
Ducklings play “Follow the leader” in Student Activities’ colorful design.
Information Technology Services combines flight, philosophy in thoughtful entry.
Information Technology Services combines flight, philosophy in thoughtful entry.

The winners of the “Lead the Way” door-decorating contest, held in conjunction with this weekend’s Penn College Homecoming festivities, have been announced: First place − and winner of a big cookie cake donated by Dining Services − went to Early Childhood Education, Student Activities placed second, and Information Technology Services took third.
Photos by Michael J. Hersh, assistant director of student activities for programming

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