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Places to Go, People to See: Open House Traffic as Brisk as Early Spring

Helpful and friendly Penn College students, employees and graduates – the largest group of alumni volunteers for an Open House to date – welcomed thousands Saturday, encouraging prospective enrollees and their families to make the most of their visit. Guests were afforded across-the-board opportunities to learn about one of the nation’s leaders in applied technology education: attending information sessions, visiting with faculty in labs, touring with Presidential Ambassadors and talking with students about campus life.

– Photos by Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer; Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor;
Becky J. Shaner, alumni relations specialist; Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer;
Carol A. Lugg, coordinator of matriculation and retention, School of Natural Resources Management;
and Cletus G. Waldman Jr., clinical director, radiography

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