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IT Students, Faculty Enjoy LLC Bowling Night

Sandra Gorka, Jacob R. Miller and Daniel W. Yoas – associate professors of computer information technology – gather with members of the IT Living-Learning Community at ABC Lanes.
Sandra Gorka, Jacob R. Miller and Daniel W. Yoas – associate professors of computer information technology – gather with members of the IT Living-Learning Community at ABC Lanes.

Three faculty joined 10 students from Penn College’s Information Technology Living-Learning Community for a Tuesday night of bowling at ABC Lanes, near campus at 1245 Park Ave. “It was a great night with pizza, gutter balls and laughs,” said LLC mentor Ryan Monteleone, an information assurance and cyber security major from Stevens. “We were all able to just leave the homework back at campus and enjoy some time with friends and faculty.”
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