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As the opening weeks of the semester settle into a collegiate pattern, there’s at least one thing that won’t ever become routine: the variety of activities and opportunities for Penn College students. Among recent events – immortalized, yet again, by student photographers – were a Multicultural Lawn Party, a Student Engagement Meet-and-Greet, a CC Commons Karaoke Party, a Hiawatha wing cruise, and “Wildcat Wars” among on- and off-campus residents (and won overall by Lancaster/York halls).

– Photos by Juvy A. Orillaza and Tim Wegman, student photographers

Exhibiting the very definition of student involvement are (from left) Community Peer Educators Colin J. Jens (also a Wildcat wrestler), Katherine A. Downes and Alexis R. Price.
Exhibiting the very definition of student involvement are (from left) Community Peer Educators Colin J. Jens (also a Wildcat wrestler), Katherine A. Downes and Alexis R. Price.

A familiar face adorns the cornhole boards.
A familiar face adorns the cornhole boards.

Drumming up some good vibes
Drumming up some good vibes

Giant Jenga – always a crowd-pleaser
Giant Jenga – always a crowd-pleaser

Blue skies and bean bags
Blue skies and bean bags

As always, Chet Beaver (standing), coordinator of veteran and military services, and crew are ready to help where needed.
As always, Chet Beaver (standing), coordinator of veteran and military services, and crew are ready to help where needed.

The Wildcat men's basketball team lends a welcoming presence.
The Wildcat men’s basketball team lends a welcoming presence.

Finger food in a friendly atmosphere: bulgogi beef canapes from Korea
Finger food in a friendly atmosphere: bulgogi beef canapes from Korea

The Wildcat Events Board, ever receptive to new faces
The Wildcat Events Board, ever receptive to new faces

Representing the OTA Club are Carissa N. Rutledge (left), an occupational therapy assistant major from Williamsport, and Elizabeth A. Dixon, the program's clinical director.
Representing the OTA Club are Carissa N. Rutledge (left), an occupational therapy assistant major from Williamsport, and Elizabeth A. Dixon, the program’s clinical director.

Joining staff for the meet-and-greet in the Student Organization Center are two members of the Classic Cruisers Club (at right).
Joining staff for the meet-and-greet in the Student Organization Center are two members of the Classic Cruisers Club (at right).

Welding technology major Taylor J. Elliott, of State College, offers his rendition of "Mr. Cellophane" from "Chicago."
Welding technology major Taylor J. Elliott, of State College, offers his rendition of “Mr. Cellophane” from “Chicago.”

It's gonna take a lot to drag us away from this all-star lineup, fronted by Student Government Association President Patrick C. Ferguson (center), singing Toto's "Africa."
It’s gonna take a lot to drag us away from this all-star lineup, fronted by Student Government Association President Patrick C. Ferguson (center), singing Toto’s “Africa.”

Teaming up for one of Broadway's enduring duets – "For Good," from "Wicked" – are applied management classmates (and baking and pastry arts alumni) Natascha G. Santaella (left) and Gloria F. Boronow.
Teaming up for one of Broadway’s enduring duets – “For Good,” from “Wicked” – are applied management classmates (and baking and pastry arts alumni) Natascha G. Santaella (left) and Gloria F. Boronow.

The fire pit on the Campus Center Patio adds a warm glow to the occasion.
The fire pit on the Campus Center Patio adds a warm glow to the occasion.

Tamaka Carter, of Williamsport, a business administration: management concentration major, included Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" in her playlist ...
Tamaka Carter, of Williamsport, a business administration: management concentration major, included Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” in her playlist …

... while "Foxy" donned appropriate footwear when her inspired set turned to "Boogie Wonderland."
… while “Foxy” donned appropriate footwear when her inspired set turned to “Boogie Wonderland.”

Dining Services employee Crystal J. Zankel gives her all to performances of "New York, New York" and "Silver Wings."
Dining Services employee Crystal J. Zankel gives her all to performances of “New York, New York” and “Silver Wings.”

A trio serves up the timeless "Tequila."
A trio serves up the timeless “Tequila.”

When "How is everything?" needn't be asked!
When “How is everything?” needn’t be asked!

What's not to like about a West Branch journey?
What’s not to like about a West Branch journey?

All aboard for a paddleboat adventure
All aboard for a paddleboat adventure

Tasty food and true friendship
Tasty food and true friendship

Cheryl Y. Hammond, Dining Services' special events manager, concocts one of the night's special sauces.
Cheryl Y. Hammond, Dining Services’ special events manager, concocts one of the night’s special sauces.

The Hiawatha travels eastward on the river, leaving a beautiful sunset in its wake.
The Hiawatha travels eastward on the river, leaving a beautiful sunset in its wake.

A uniquely clad athlete encourages teammates.
A uniquely clad athlete encourages teammates.

With bragging rights at stake, team spirit was everywhere.
With bragging rights at stake, team spirit was everywhere.

Action in the kickball arena, an event ultimately won by Clinton, Delaware and Juniata halls
Action in the kickball arena, an event ultimately won by Clinton, Delaware and Juniata halls

A midair grab
A midair grab

Good sportsmanship = never a bad idea
Good sportsmanship = never a bad idea

 

 

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