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Ready to put their nursing degrees to work are (from left) Alayna R. Bertothy, of Philipsburg; Danielle N. Dent, of Bloomsburg; Francesca B. Monse, of Selinsgrove; and Luke M. Spang, of Palmyra.
Ready to put their nursing degrees to work are (from left) Alayna R. Bertothy, of Philipsburg; Danielle N. Dent, of Bloomsburg; Francesca B. Monse, of Selinsgrove; and Luke M. Spang, of Palmyra.
One month from their procession from students to alumni, December's commencement candidates line up in The College Store.
One month from their procession from students to alumni, December’s commencement candidates line up in The College Store.
Wildcat outfielder Dylan M. Scaringi (left), of Coatesville, and teammate Evan A Vigna, a first baseman from McAdoo, get a pre-commencement boost from a familiar friend.
Wildcat outfielder Dylan M. Scaringi (left), of Coatesville, and teammate Evan A Vigna, a first baseman from McAdoo, get a pre-commencement boost from a familiar friend.
Tassels – with no hassles! – await soon-to-be-grads.
Tassels – with no hassles! – await soon-to-be-grads.
Nicholas Brock Santalucia, a health information management major from Williamsport, picks up his academic regalia – and earns an endorsement from the college mascot.
Nicholas Brock Santalucia, a health information management major from Williamsport, picks up his academic regalia – and earns an endorsement from the college mascot.

The College Store was filled with imminent alumni on Tuesday afternoon as it hosted a Grad Finale for students who have petitioned to walk across the Community Arts Center stage on Dec. 16. Commencement tickets, caps and gowns, and “all the information you need to enter the world after graduation” were conveniently available under one roof.
– Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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