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Meeting a middle school goal – and proving a guidance counselor wrong – Benjamin M. Schappel, a CAD student, peer mentor/tutor and the college’s first commuter assistant, developed Smorgas Board Co.
Meeting a middle school goal – and proving a guidance counselor wrong – Benjamin M. Schappel, a CAD student, peer mentor/tutor and the college’s first commuter assistant, developed Smorgas Board Co.
Schappell soars above the Lifland Skatepark, between Williamsport’s Elm Park and Original Little League Field.
Schappell soars above the Lifland Skatepark, between Williamsport’s Elm Park and Original Little League Field.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: A drummer, a skater and a tinkerer, computer aided product design student Benjamin M. Schappell credits his inventive nature to summer visits with his grandfather.

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