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May Brings a Pre-Finals Warm-Up: 72 Degrees (that work)


Troy L. Confer, a building automation technology: heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology concentration major from Watsontown, finds a contemplative spot just outside the Madigan Library.
Troy L. Confer, a building automation technology: heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology concentration major from Watsontown, finds a contemplative spot just outside the Madigan Library.
Even those who stayed indoors, like these patrons of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center atrium, basked in the warmth of imminent summer.
Even those who stayed indoors, like these patrons of the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center atrium, basked in the warmth of imminent summer.
Plenty of blue sky and seasonal greenery: a pleasant backdrop for finals prep on the library patio.
Plenty of blue sky and seasonal greenery: a pleasant backdrop for finals prep on the library patio.
And at the end of a hard day, a backyard bash! Resident Assistants Chesnya I. Cherelus, a pre-physician assistant student from Elmont, N.Y., and Darren S. Kanagy, a manufacturing engineering technology major from Huntingdon, prepare for an evening cookout for residents of the Campus View Apartments.
And at the end of a hard day, a backyard bash! Resident Assistants Chesnya I. Cherelus, a pre-physician assistant student from Elmont, N.Y., and Darren S. Kanagy, a manufacturing engineering technology major from Huntingdon, prepare for an evening cookout for residents of the Campus View Apartments.

So many tests, so little time … and, just to complicate things further … so much gorgeous weather. What’s a conscientious collegian to do? Combine sunshine and studying, of course! A Wednesday walk around campus found students striking an easy balance between hitting the books and catching some rays, some of them simultaneously.

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