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New Student Blog Showcases Creative Talents

The creative work of two Pennsylvania College of Technology student photographers is being shared via a new website – the Penn College Student Blog. Created by Marc T. Kaylor and Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographers in College Information and Community Relations, the blog features personal introductions by the students and regular posts showcasing their college experiences.

Marc T. Kaylor
Marc T. Kaylor
Whitnie-rae Mays
Whitnie-rae Mays

The blog is also featured on the Current Students page of the college’s website.

Kaylor, a junior in aviation maintenance technology who hails from Annville, joined the CICR staff in November. He earned his Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and Powerplant license in 2012. He is a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity, holding the treasurer position for the Penn College chapter, and is president of the Inter-Fraternity Council on campus.

Mays holds an associate degree in advertising art and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in technology management. Originally from Birdsboro, she joined the CICR staff in January 2011. Mays is also a Community Assistant and Presidential Student Ambassador and holds the position of vice president of public relations for the Student Government Association.

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