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IT Students, Faculty Enjoy Late-Season Golfing Getaway


Derek E. Teay, Resident Assistant for the IT LLC, is surrounded by faculty support on the tee. Background, from left, are Spyke M. Krepshaw, instructor of  computer information technology; Sandra Gorka, associate professor of computer science; and Anita R. Girton, assistant professor of computer information technology.
Derek E. Teay, Resident Assistant for the IT LLC, is surrounded by faculty support on the tee. Background, from left, are Spyke M. Krepshaw, instructor of computer information technology; Sandra Gorka, associate professor of computer science; and Anita R. Girton, assistant professor of computer information technology. Teay is a software development and information management major.
Oliver B. Lenel makes it look easy, with a sure-handed stroke that sends his ball straight for the cup. Among others in his group is, at left background, Steven M. Umstead. Both are enrolled in the information technology: network specialist concentration.
Oliver B. Lenel makes it look easy, with a sure-handed stroke that sends his ball straight for the cup. Among others in his group is, at left background, Steven M. Umstead. Both are enrolled in the information technology: network specialist concentration.

Penn College’s Information Technology Living-Learning Community made its way to Hooplas in Muncy Township for a night of miniature golf on Tuesday. Faculty and students connected through putts, near misses and holes-in-one.  “Although this group often engages in educational learning opportunities on campus, they sure know how to cut loose and have some fun!” said Matthew C. Helf, Residence Life coordinator, who also provided the photos. The college’s Residence Life Office administers four such communities: automotive, health sciences, hospitality and information technology.

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