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Fall Tradition Remains Festive Despite Change in Locale


Student April M. Tucker collects her winnings from a spin of the Williamsport Crosscutters prize wheel.
Student April M. Tucker collects her winnings from a spin of the Williamsport Crosscutters prize wheel.
The Physical Fitness Specialist Club, among campus organizations aligned with academic majors, spreads the word about wellness.
The Physical Fitness Specialist Club, among campus organizations aligned with academic majors, spreads the word about wellness.
Students of Musical Development, chosen as the college's Most Improved Organization during the 2012-13 year, provides the entertainment.
Students of Musical Development, chosen as the college’s Most Improved Organization during the 2012-13 year, provides the entertainment.
A patchwork of campus groups and civic organizations fills the floor of the Field House, where the event was moved under the perceived threat of rain.
A patchwork of campus groups and civic organizations fills the floor of the Field House, where the event was moved under the perceived threat of rain.
Cru was among the faith-based groups represented at the Fall Fiesta.
Cru was among the faith-based groups represented at Fall Fiesta.

Moved indoors when clouds threatened, Tuesday’s eighth annual Fall Fiesta – sponsored by Student Activities and ordinarily held on the ATHS mall – introduced students to the countless ways they can get involved on campus and in their community. A variety of vendors representing student groups and Penn College departments shared Field House space with volunteer fire departments, religious organizations and local businesses – all hoping to attract student attention.

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