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Off-Campus ‘Walk Around’ Greets New, Returning Students

Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer, pays a visit Scott E. Kennell, director of athletics (left), and Strickland greet an off-campus tenant Kennell leaves information for an absent renter Nearing another stop on the tourThree groups of faculty/staff volunteers conducted a “Walk Around” of off-campus neighborhoods surrounding Penn College on Tuesday evening introducing themselves to tenants, welcoming new and returning students to the fall semester, distributing information about apartment living and an upcoming Block Party, and answering any questions. Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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