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From Garb to Grub, ‘Finale’ Has Imminent Grads Covered

Displaying one of the hottest ensembles of the season
Displaying one of the hottest ensembles of the season
All smiles at The College Store's traveling register is Jaret C. Brumbach, of Boyertown. Graduating with an associate degree in building construction technology, he already has a job lined up with J.R. Wegman Construction, of Douglassville.
All smiles at The College Store’s traveling register is Jaret C. Brumbach, of Boyertown. Graduating with an associate degree in building construction technology, he already has a job lined up with J.R. Wegman Construction, of Douglassville.
Soon-to-be-alumni enjoy the convenience of tackling pre-commencement tasks in one locale.
Soon-to-be-alumni enjoy the convenience of tackling pre-commencement tasks in one locale.
Tammy M. Rich, director of alumni relations (background) , and Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations specialist, check in future alums.
Tammy M. Rich, director of alumni relations (background) , and Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations specialist, check in future alums.
The school-by-school lineup for Penn College's May 16-17 commencement ceremonies
The school-by-school lineup for Penn College’s May 16-17 commencement ceremonies

Nearly 450 students who have petitioned to graduate in one of May’s three commencement ceremonies breezed through their last-minute chores at Monday’s Grad Finale. Held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in Penn’s Inn, near-alumni could snag their Community Arts Center tickets for the big day; buy their caps and gowns; order announcements; learn about their alumni benefits, such as career services, scholarship opportunities, campus privileges and their lifetime Penn College e-mail accounts; and enjoy free food and other giveaways.
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer, and Becky J. Shaner (center image)