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Health Sciences Living-Learning Community Hits the Lanes


Members of the Health Sciences Living-Learning Community enjoy a night out with their faculty adviser at Faxon Lanes.
Members of the Health Sciences Living-Learning Community enjoy a night out with their faculty adviser at Faxon Lanes.
Students ham it up during the fun, community-building break from campus and homework.
Students ham it up during the fun, community-building break from campus and homework.

The School of Health Sciences Living/Learning Community is well under way again this academic year. “We have a motivated and energetic Resident Assistant, Lauren Fura, and a willing and involved group of ‘pre’ health science students,” said Marie G. Smith, assistant professor of dental hygiene and faculty adviser for the community. So far this semester, there have been several events, including a meet-and-greet, a wellness/fitness presentation, and, on Thursday, Sept. 27, a bowling outing at Faxon Lanes in Loyalsock Township. Approximately 20 students participated; many more educational and fun activities are planned for the remainder of the year.
Photos by Sharon K. Waters, dean of  health sciences

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