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Helping Hands, Amiable Hosts Steer Guests Toward Fruitful Future

Whatever vestiges of winter lingered in the air and in the forecast, Saturday’s Open House visitors found abundant warmth in the amity and assistance of Penn College students, faculty/staff and alumni. The campus community helped potential students and their families process a seemingly overwhelming amount of information, putting into manageable and easy-to-understand form all the reasons why enrollment at a national exemplar could be one of the best decisions they make.

– Photos by student photographers Caleb G. Schirmer, Tia G. La and Zachery T. Kane

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