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‘Hall-o-Wars?’ Them’s fightin’ words!


Residence hall and off-campus teams competed in a weeklong series of challenges – dodgeball, a Mario Kart tournament, pumpkin carving, Quizzo and bowling – during the recent “Hall-o-Wars” competition.

– Photos by J.J. Boettcher and Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographers

Catherine E. Weatherman, an engineering design technology major from Ringtown, and Tylor S. Eltz, of Spring Grove, enrolled in information technology sciences-gaming and simulation, display their handiwork.
Catherine E. Weatherman, an engineering design technology major from Ringtown, and Tylor S. Eltz, of Spring Grove, enrolled in information technology sciences-gaming and simulation, display their handiwork.

Large-scale fun on the big screen
Large-scale fun on the big screen

Taking deliberate aim
Taking deliberate aim

A particularly stylish design incorporates bat wings into a devious grin.
A particularly stylish design incorporates bat wings into a devious grin.

Talking strategy
Talking strategy

The Penn's Inn crowd, in thrall of competition
The Penn’s Inn crowd, in thrall of competition

Brothers in arms, sharing the fun of the free-for-all
Brothers in arms, sharing the fun of the free-for-all

Judges review the diverse entries.
Judges review the diverse entries.

Ready on the firing line
Ready on the firing line

Enjoying the video-game portion of Hall-o-Wars
Enjoying the video-game portion of Hall-o-Wars

Snagging a smartphone reminder
Snagging a smartphone reminder

At "one" with the universe
At “one” with the universe

Collaborating on their pumpkin project (the gooey part included) are 2018 human services alumna Keri D. Fargus (left) and Bernice C. Weaver, of Newville, majoring in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration.
Collaborating on their pumpkin project (the gooey part included) are 2018 human services alumna Keri D. Fargus (left) and Bernice C. Weaver, of Newville, majoring in residential construction technology and management: building construction technology concentration.

 

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