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Holiday cheer conspicuous in office decorating contest

Student Engagement delivers a sweet treat to Bush Campus Center visitors.
Student Engagement delivers a sweet treat to Bush Campus Center visitors.
The home of Wildcat Athletics is reimagined as an igloo in the year's runner-up effort.
The home of Wildcat Athletics is reimagined as an igloo in the year’s runner-up effort.
Hung with care are stockings (and accoutrements) in the Residence Life Office.
Hung with care are stockings (and accoutrements) in the Residence Life Office.
Putting the "elf" in "selfie" are (clockwise from top) Jennifer McLean, associate dean of student affairs; Elliott Strickland, vice president for student affairs; and Robin S. Enderle, student affairs specialist.
Putting the “elf” in “selfie” are (clockwise from top) Jennifer McLean, associate dean of student affairs; Elliott Strickland, vice president for student affairs; and Robin S. Enderle, student affairs specialist.
Two mascots? It's the holidays; the more, the merrier!
Two mascots? It’s the holidays; the more, the merrier!

Ten campus offices donned their festive best for a decorating competition organized by the Student Affairs Social and Professional Development Committee, creating a colorful array to put everyone in the mood. The Office of Student Engagement took first prize with its candyland-themed entry, claiming the coveted Reindeer Trophy and a cookie platter. The second-prize Santa Trophy was won by Athletics, and the Elf Trophy for third place went to Residence Life. Others taking part were The College Store, Counseling Services, The Cupboard, Dining Services, Disability Services, Penn College Police and Student Affairs.
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