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Malcolm K. LampkinIn this season of giving, Malcolm K. Lampkin reminds us that helping others is among the most meaningful presents of all.

Lampkin, of Horsham, a student college relations assistant enrolled in software development and information management, authored 2021’s final blog entry in Penn College’s “Give Thanks” series.

In addition to the career-making skills he’s sharpening in the campus’s information technology labs, Lampkin and his twin brother, Miles K., coordinated the delivery of 4,200 items for The Cupboard, a Bush Campus Center food pantry for students in need.

“Doing projects like these makes me feel good to give back to the community that I’m a part of, and to help my fellow students live more comfortably,” Lampkin said. “Thanks to my experience here, I feel as though I’ve made friends and connections I’m going to keep for the rest of my life. I’m very thankful for everything here at Penn College and I’m excited to see what’s next for me.”

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