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Nearly 50 years later, an idea that never gets old


CPE David A. Gadalla, an aviation maintenance technology major from Mechanicsburg, and Sammie L. Davis, coordinator of diversity and cultural life, plant the seeds for a greener planet,
CPE David A. Gadalla, an aviation maintenance technology major from Mechanicsburg, and Sammie L. Davis, coordinator of diversity and cultural life, plant the seeds for a greener planet,
A tie-dyeing station was among the attractions, with commemorative T-shirts ...
A tie-dyeing station was among the attractions, with commemorative T-shirts …
... awaiting participants' unique and colorful designs. Adding that personal touch is Olivia C. Ferki, of Richboro, a plastics and polymer engineering technology major.
… awaiting participants’ unique and colorful designs. Adding that personal touch is Olivia C. Ferki, of Richboro, a plastics and polymer engineering technology major.
Against an apt array of solar panels, CPE Alexis J. Medero, a civil engineering technology student from Levittown, invites passersby to join the fun.
Against an apt array of solar panels, CPE Alexis J. Medero, a civil engineering technology student from Levittown, invites passersby to join the fun.

Penn College’s Community Peer Educators led a celebration and dialogue about Earth Day on Monday, setting an example for environmental stewardship through a number of activities in a fittingly pleasant outdoor setting. The observance – marked nationally since 1970 – will continue with an organized Williamsport cleanup on Sunday, arranged by Diversity & Community Engagement and beginning at 1 p.m. on the Klump Academic Center patio.

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