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Resident Hospitality Students’ Midstate Adventure Includes Riverside Dining

From left, Quenise E. Jones, baking and pastry arts; Jonathan D. RIckards, culinary arts and systems; Resident Assistant Eileen Harrington, hospitality management; Sarah Anne E. Haines, culinary arts technology; Nicholas J. Boudman, culinary arts technology; Emily K. Lutz, hospitality management; and Andrea K. Irvine, hospitality management.
From left, Quenise E. Jones, baking and pastry arts; Jonathan D. RIckards, culinary arts and systems; Resident Assistant Eileen Harrington, hospitality management; Sarah Anne E. Haines, culinary arts technology; Nicholas J. Boudman, culinary arts technology; Emily K. Lutz, hospitality management; and Andrea K. Irvine, hospitality management.

The Hospitality Living-Learning Community made a Saturday outing to Hershey and Harrisburg to enjoy a day of fun and camaraderie, visiting attractions that included Chocolate World and shopping outlets. Appropriately, the group stopped for dinner at Char’s at Tracy Mansion Restaurant in Harrisburg. The Residence Life Office offers a variety of living-learning communities on campus, bringing beyond-the-classroom opportunities to freshman students enrolled in the same academic majors.
Photo by Frederick W. Becker, dean of business and hospitality