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Electrical Occupations Student ‘Tri’-umphs in Latest Photo Contest


The Spring 2008 winner of the PCToday photo contest, which challengingly sought campus depictions of triangles, is “Rock ‘n’ Puddle,” David P. Fabrizio Jr.’s orange-filtered look at a sidewalk after a downpour. An electrical occupations student from Coatesville, he wins $25 gift certificates from the College Store and Food Services.

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