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PSU Architecture Students Make Traditional Trek to Masonry Lab


Instructor Glenn R. Luse addresses visiting Penn State students Mixing a fair amount of fun into their day's work are these guests, gathered 'round their archway Architecture students assess their work prior to the judges' inspection A mason's equivalent of being painted into a corner, perhaps? Jenna Collins, a Penn State sophomore from Camarillo, Calif., cheerfully becomes a stationary part of her group's creation Faculty and industry personnel judge the students' handiworkAbout 60 architecture students from The Pennsylvania State University made their annual journey to Penn College on Wednesday, their first since the Construction Masonry Building was dedicated last year. The School of Construction and Design Technologies (with substantial industry support) annually sponsors the event, which shares with the architecture majors the hands-on skills required to turn their artistry into actuality. Glenn R. Luse and Richard R. Motter, instructors of building construction, worked with the guests throughout the day, which ended with an informal competition among student projects.
First two photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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