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The path of an early-morning shoveler contrasts with the heavy, wet snow that covered sidewalks and lawns ...
The path of an early-morning shoveler contrasts with the heavy, wet snow that covered sidewalks and lawns …
... and clung like cotton candy to trees outside the Bush Campus Center.
… and clung like cotton candy to trees outside the Bush Campus Center.
Green - the color of spring, interrupted - makes its persevering presence known through the rapidly melting snow.
Green – the color of spring, interrupted – makes its persevering presence known through the rapidly melting snow.
Tire tracks on a parking lot form an interesting criss-cross pattern as the morning snowfall makes a solar-powered surrender.
Tire tracks on a parking lot form an interesting criss-cross pattern as the morning snowfall makes a solar-powered surrender.

Spared winter’s repeated parting shots as storm after storm barreled up the coast, Penn College was snagged by a post-Easter snowfall that prompted a two-hour delay on Monday morning. Student photographer Rachel A. Eirmann made good use of the reprieve, capturing nature’s beauty before it vanished as quickly as it came. Climatic curiosity also brought WNEP’s Kristina Papa to campus, where she included comments from Clayton A. Kochenderfer, an engineering design technology major from Lewistown, in an evening piece about the spring surprise.

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