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Mini-Golf Offers Stress-Reliever for IT Students

Group therapy, one putt at a time
Group therapy, one putt at a time
Fun and friends, under the lights: From left are Kenneth H. Bloom, of Spring Run, and Jessica M. Kurtz, of Morrisville, both majoring in information technology: network specialist concentration; and Michael K. Wagner, of Center Valley, majoring in information technology: information assurance and security concentration.
Fun and friends, under the lights: From left are Kenneth H. Bloom, of Spring Run, and Jessica M. Kurtz, of Morrisville, both majoring in information technology: network specialist concentration; and Michael K. Wagner, of Center Valley, majoring in information technology: information assurance and security concentration.
Jacob R. Miller, associate professor of computer science, shows how it's done.
Jacob R. Miller, associate professor of computer science, shows how it’s done.
Bringing a touch of the pool table to the putting green is Rafael Correa, an information technology: information security and assurance concentration major from Montville, N.J.
Bringing a touch of the pool table to the putting green is Rafael Correa, an information technology: information security and assurance concentration major from Montville, N.J.

Fifteen students from the Information Technology Living-Learning Community and six faculty members from Penn College’s School of Business and Computer Technologies enjoyed a miniature-golf getaway to Hooplas Family Fun & Grill in Muncy Township this week. “The students all had a great time and thought it was a perfect way to give their minds a break on a Tuesday night,” said Brian D. Walton, the school’s coordinator of matriculation and retention (who also supplied the photos). The active IT group represents one of Residence Life’s six LLCs, academic-themed campus housing options that offer a variety of engaging activities outside the classroom.

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